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    Default Raptors DRAFT history (Masai Edition)

    for those of you who hate on Masai, look at this


    Raptors

    Pick#
    20 - Bruno Caboclo
    20 - Delon Wright
    9 - Jakob Poltl
    27 - Pascal Siakam
    23 - OG Anunoby
    (Also drafted Norman in the second)


    vs


    Magic

    Pick#
    4 - Aaron Gordon
    5 - Mario Hezonja
    11 - Domantas Sabonis (Not with the team)
    6 - Jonathan Isaac
    33 - Wesley Iwundu (Not with the team/G-League)



    Vs

    Kings

    Pick#
    8 - Marquese Chriss (Not with the team)
    6 - Willi Cauley Stein
    8 - Nik Stauskas (Not with the team)
    34 - Frank Mason III
    59 - Isaiah Cousins (Not with the team/ G-League)


    masai ujiri and his team with late first rounders arugably drafted better than both Magic and Kings who had numerous low lottery picks
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    Neither Sabonis nor Chriss were really picked by these teams, they were picked for Indy/Phoenix respectively.

    Also comparing track records to the dumpster fires that are the Magic and Kings doesn't tell us much.

    But Masai has done a solid job finding value where we've been picking.

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    Site still broken. Sigh.

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    Since the Bruno pick Masai is basically 6-6 last three drafts (including FVV). Powell's contract might turn into an issue but I still believe in him and if you look at just the player value, he's pretty good for a mid-second rounder

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    Quote Abbas wrote: View Post
    for those of you who hate on Masai, look at this


    Raptors

    Pick#
    20 - Bruno Caboclo
    20 - Delon Wright
    9 - Jakob Poltl
    27 - Pascal Siakam
    23 - OG Anunoby
    (Also drafted Norman in the second)


    vs


    Magic

    Pick#
    4 - Aaron Gordon
    5 - Mario Hezonja
    11 - Domantas Sabonis (Not with the team)
    6 - Jonathan Isaac
    33 - Wesley Iwundu (Not with the team/G-League)



    Vs

    Kings

    Pick#
    8 - Marquese Chriss (Not with the team)
    6 - Willi Cauley Stein
    8 - Nik Stauskas (Not with the team)
    34 - Frank Mason III
    59 - Isaiah Cousins (Not with the team/ G-League)


    masai ujiri and his team with late first rounders arugably drafted better than both Magic and Kings who had numerous low lottery picks
    THIS IS THE BEST ARGUMENT AGAINST TANKING. Raptors and Spurs trust the process, but their process is DEVELOPMENT.. FARMING TALENT, not being shit for 5 years in a row.
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    Quote enlightenment wrote: View Post
    THIS IS THE BEST ARGUMENT AGAINST TANKING. Raptors and Spurs trust the process, but their process is DEVELOPMENT.. FARMING TALENT, not being shit for 5 years in a row.
    Naw, that's just an argument for competent management.

    Leafs and Raptors both finally got it right by starting at the top. Rebuild at the bottom all you want - if executive management is mediocre, your team will be mediocre.
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