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They're a mess...but yeah, Derozan is fun to watch. I really like Bargnani, but they refuse to play him at PF. They should just trade him, and build it around DeMar. It's annoying seeing Bargs at C.
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While Drew Gooden isn't the most ideal starter in the world at PF, but drafting Tristan Thompson is not the solution for the Milwaukee Bucks...Ersan Ilysova is a much better player than he's given credit for and Larry Sanders is a developing big, much like Thompson would be...when it comes down to it the Bucks have the biggest issue of them all, THEY CAN'T SCORE! John Salmons was overpaid to stay with the team and isn't the player long term that he showed in the four months after the Bucks acquired him from Chicago in 2010 and Corey Maggette is physically gifted but is often injured and doesn't put his skills together on a consistent basis...Carlos Delfino is a quality player and fits well as a starter at the 3 for Milwaukee but behind him there is absolutely nothing at the 2 or 3 position for the squad; Bogut is a lock at the 5 and there's no doubt that Jennings will start at point guard so that's why i've ignored those positions...so the Bucks greatest spot of attention should be looking for a player that can play the 2 or 3 position and has the upside to fill the role as one of the team's primary scorers and in my opinion there's only one player who can do that early on and long term...Klay Thompson

if you wanna go with a big for the Bucks at 10 then please make it Donatas Motiejunas
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While Drew Gooden isn't the most ideal starter in the world at PF, but drafting Tristan Thompson is not the solution for the Milwaukee Bucks...Ersan Ilysova is a much better player than he's given credit for and Larry Sanders is a developing big, much like Thompson would be...when it comes down to it the Bucks have the biggest issue of them all, THEY CAN'T SCORE! John Salmons was overpaid to stay with the team and isn't the player long term that he showed in the four months after the Bucks acquired him from Chicago in 2010 and Corey Maggette is physically gifted but is often injured and doesn't put his skills together on a consistent basis...Carlos Delfino is a quality player and fits well as a starter at the 3 for Milwaukee but behind him there is absolutely nothing at the 2 or 3 position for the squad; Bogut is a lock at the 5 and there's no doubt that Jennings will start at point guard so that's why i've ignored those positions...so the Bucks greatest spot of attention should be looking for a player that can play the 2 or 3 position and has the upside to fill the role as one of the team's primary scorers and in my opinion there's only one player who can do that early on and long term...Klay Thompson

if you wanna go with a big for the Bucks at 10 then please make it Donatas Motiejunas
Motiejunas is a huge risk. He plays soft, and we all know how soft foreign players fair in the NBA. Everyone says that they can bulk up, but that's not gonna happen. He wouldn't have the desire to put the time into bulking up.

I think Burks or Thompson would be great picks for the Bucks.
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He could add 5-10 pounds but he is not a softy Euro at all. He has a questionable motor but he does not play soft. Just because he isn't a banger doesn't mean he's soft.
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He could add 5-10 pounds but he is not a softy Euro at all. He has a questionable motor but he does not play soft. Just because he isn't a banger doesn't mean he's soft.
That's pretty much what a soft player is. I don't know what kind of definition you have for it. He avoids contact, can easily get over-powered getting rebounds, and he won't be strong enough to defend in the post.

And this opinion, by someone who lives in England, and actually watches him play.
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Motiejunas is a huge risk. He plays soft, and we all know how soft foreign players fair in the NBA. Everyone says that they can bulk up, but that's not gonna happen. He wouldn't have the desire to put the time into bulking up.

I think Burks or Thompson would be great picks for the Bucks.
I'm curious to hear why you think Thompson or Burks would be great picks for Milwaukee, especially Thompson.
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He didn't play like one at UConn, but he has the ability to be one. He was the best player at UConn so he had to be the #1 option. Great passer, ball-handler, and knows how to lead a team.
He is too short. I think some sites are being generous by saying he is 6'0. Then again, JJ Berea showed you can be small and still become successful.
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I'm curious to hear why you think Thompson or Burks would be great picks for Milwaukee, especially Thompson.
They need another shooter to help out Jennings. Salmons isn't that reliable, and they aren't going to re-sign Redd. Not having another option hurt Rose in the playoffs, but they play defense to somewhat even it out, but the Bucks don't have that luxury.
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He is too short. I think some sites are being generous by saying he is 6'0. Then again, JJ Berea showed you can be small and still become successful.
http://www.draftexpress.com/nba-pre-...po s=0&sort=2

But he's 6'1" in shoes. Those sites that have him at 6'0" are just rounding. Nothing really wrong with that though.
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They need another shooter to help out Jennings. Salmons isn't that reliable, and they aren't going to re-sign Redd. Not having another option hurt Rose in the playoffs, but they play defense to somewhat even it out, but the Bucks don't have that luxury.
ok, my bad...in your post i thought you were referring to Tristan Thomspon rather than Klay haha
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OK guys, my biggest question.

SHOULD THE WOLVES DRAFT DERRICK WILLIAMS AND TRY TO TRADE BEASELY, OR SHOULD THEY TRY TO TRADE THE 2ND PICK FOR ANDRAY BLATCHE OR JARED DUDLEY OR ANY OF THOSE SCRUBS THE MEDIA HAS BEEN THROWING AROUND?
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If your only 2 options are Dudley or Blatche I say draft Williams and trade Beasley.
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Draft Williams and trade Beasley. Unless we can trade #2 for McGee. Or if we can get Irving at #2 (we can only pray the Cavs do the smart thing).
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I would not take Derrick Williams with the 2nd pick because I just don't see his game translating very well to the NBA, especially with where the Wolves would need him to play...he doesn't come in with the ability to play the 3 because he's not athletic enough to guard that position and his best fit, whether he thinks so or not, is to play 4 where the Wolves already have Kevin Love...and even at the 4, on a team other than the Wolves, he's got the offensive ability with being able to shot all around the floor but he's undersized and not physical enough to mix it up with guys on the defensive end and rebounding in the league
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Wait until after the offseason to decide. I hardly watched the Raptors last year because I despised the make-up of the team. If I'm unimpressed by the moves Colangelo makes this offseason I'll stay in hibernation until he's gone. If he adds leadership, physicality and defense then I'll start to care and probably watch most of the games this year.
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Any chance the Cavaliers roll the dice and take Biyombo at #4?
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It would be incredibly dumb of them to do something like that. There will be guys at #4 that could help that team immediately, and have star potential. Biyombo offers a ton of upside, but i think he's at least two years away from developing into someone that can help produce at the NBA level. I agree 100% with STRIP when he says that the right move for the Cavs should be Derrick Williams at #1 and their choice of Kemba Walker/Brandon Knight at #4.
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I like the idea of going Kyrie and Kanter better, myself. Irving, Hickson, and Kanter wouldnt be a bad starting nucleus. Hickson's all they got...drafting Williams to play SF, meh.

I'm excited for the draft...even though, Orlando isnt expected to make any moves. Hell, they cancelled all their prospect workouts too. Cool.
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It would be incredibly dumb of them to do something like that. There will be guys at #4 that could help that team immediately, and have star potential. Biyombo offers a ton of upside, but i think he's at least two years away from developing into someone that can help produce at the NBA level. I agree 100% with STRIP when he says that the right move for the Cavs should be Derrick Williams at #1 and their choice of Kemba Walker/Brandon Knight at #4.
Why should the Cavs care if it takes him two years to develop? It's not like their close to contending.
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Why should the Cavs care if it takes him two years to develop? It's not like their close to contending.
I agree with your thought there. Irving and Biyombo in 3-4 years could give the Cavs a real nice combo.
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Brandon Knight will be a Raptor if we trade up or if he falls to number 5.


btw, how good of a SF could Ed Davis be
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Ed Davis is in no way a 3. He's a PF. Kind of between a 4 and 5. But he should be playing PF.
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