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  • so who we drafting next year

    figure i would start this early with our 1st overall pick who we drafting?

  • #2
    seriously man?
    The Double Champ is here!
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    • #3
      Shabazz
      @sweatpantsjer

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      • #4
        If I'm right, don't we have to draft 1,2 or 3 or not draft?
        Attitude Is A Choice.

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        • #5
          not this year. we have to blow next year then get Wiggins
          Twitter - @thekid_it

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          • #6
            013 first round draft pick from Toronto
            Toronto's own 2013 1st round pick to Oklahoma City via Houston (Top-3 Protected and 15-30 Protected in the 2013 Draft, top-2 protected and 15-30 protected in 2014, top-2 protected and 15-30 protected in 2015, top-1 Protected and 15-30 protected in 2016, top-1 protected and 15-30 Protected in 2017 and unprotected in the 2018 Draft. [Houston-Toronto, 7/11/2012 and then Houston-Oklahoma City, 10/27/2012]


            http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/dra...rafts/detailed


            Most likely Raps draft no one.

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            • #7
              come on guys we can't give up yet

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              • #8
                15th pick! ...Wow, for once its much better to just barely hit 8th seed, rather than fall into the lottery!
                The Baltic Beast is unstoppable!

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                • #9
                  Matt52 wrote: View Post
                  013 first round draft pick from Toronto
                  Toronto's own 2013 1st round pick to Oklahoma City via Houston (Top-3 Protected and 15-30 Protected in the 2013 Draft, top-2 protected and 15-30 protected in 2014, top-2 protected and 15-30 protected in 2015, top-1 Protected and 15-30 protected in 2016, top-1 protected and 15-30 Protected in 2017 and unprotected in the 2018 Draft. [Houston-Toronto, 7/11/2012 and then Houston-Oklahoma City, 10/27/2012]


                  http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/dra...rafts/detailed


                  Most likely Raps draft no one.
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                  Thanks Matt. Didn't know about the '15-30 protected' part of the deal.

                  Lucky OKC. They have a good team and a good additional pick as well. Reminds me of when the Pistons were dominating and drafted 2nd(if I'm right, from Memphis). They blew it though by drafting Milicic.
                  Attitude Is A Choice.

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                  • #10
                    mediocrity is our only philosophy. always do everything half assed.

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                    • #11
                      akashsingh wrote: View Post
                      mediocrity is our only philosophy. always do everything half assed.
                      Oh, so you're a philosophizer now?

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                      • #12
                        All we need is to reach the playoffs and everyone will be happy - we'll have longer offseason, a chance to draft someone, both Casey and BC saves their jobs
                        (Sorry for poor English )

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                        • #13
                          enlightenment wrote: View Post
                          15th pick! ...Wow, for once its much better to just barely hit 8th seed, rather than fall into the lottery!
                          Unless the Raptors are guaranteed to make the playoffs every year between 2013-2018, the best idea might actually be for the Raps to be the best team to NOT make the playoffs, thereby surrendering the #14 pick in a very weak draft.

                          PICK WILL BE TRADED IF...
                          2013: between #4-14
                          2014: between #3-14
                          2015: between #3-14
                          2016: between #2-14
                          2017: between #2-14
                          2018: between #1-60

                          - it could very well be the worst pick to giveup (best, from the Raps' perspective)
                          - it would remove the uncertainty around the pick, allowing GM/scouting/etc... to better plan for the future
                          - it would put future 1st round picks (starting with 2015 pick) back in play for potential trades, giving BC yet another asset to work with
                          - it would mean the Raps were in a dogfight for the playoffs (good for fans and players), but just missed, which would make the team that much hungrier next season


                          Obviously I'd love the Raps to be a perennial playoff team but, if they're ever going to miss the playoffs in the next 6 seasons, it might be best to miss them this season. There are definite, tangible benefits of doing so.
                          Last edited by CalgaryRapsFan; Tue Nov 20, 2012, 10:30 AM.

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                          • #14
                            james mcadoo
                            @sweatpantsjer

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                            • #15
                              Good points and I agree with you.

                              Im hoping now to barely miss the playoffs. ughhhhh I wanted to cheer for playoffs this year too ):
                              The Baltic Beast is unstoppable!

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