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4 minutes ago, beekay414 said:

You realize Brogdon is a 2/3, not a PG, right?

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Just now, DirtyDez said:

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So who would you have them draft instead?

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2 hours ago, resilient part 2 said:

I will LOL if LAL takes White. not because WHITE doesn't deserve this pick, but just to see the look on Lonzo or Lavar's face.

Like Boston's picks. Glad to see you not hating on Boston after that but whipping we gave you in game 1 (ducks for Cover)

LA just needs another Coby tbh

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4 minutes ago, seminoles1 said:

So who would you have them draft instead?

Whoever the team we’re picking for wants. Or roll the dice on Reddish’ upside since this draft is trash. 

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1 hour ago, DirtyDez said:

The Suns aren’t adding a 20 yr old combo guard to this mess lol...  We are trading for Dinwiddie or signing Brogdan to an offer sheet.

Who are both combo guards. 

But trading for a dude who will leave in two years is pretty silly. We trade the pick for a dude who will help us get the 11th seed and leave. Cool. 

The two things I want most this offseason is to draft Culver and sign Brogdan. Booker, Culver, Brodgan is enough passing from the PG/SG positions to make it work. Plus Culver and Brogdan can play good defense.

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7 minutes ago, 11sanchez11 said:

Who are both combo guards. 

But trading for a dude who will leave in two years is pretty silly. We trade the pick for a dude who will help us get the 11th seed and leave. Cool. 

The two things I want most this offseason is to draft Culver and sign Brogdan. Booker, Culver, Brodgan is enough passing from the PG/SG positions to make it work. Plus Culver and Brogdan can play good defense.

Thought Dinwiddie signed a longer deal than that.  Scratch him off the list.

 Culver does nothing for the Suns unless they don’t plan on Oubre coming back.

 

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Just now, DirtyDez said:

 Culver does nothing for the Suns unless they don’t plan on Oubre coming back.

he is a two guard that can pass and play defense. and has good size. and can post. 

in the long run I think Booker and Culver can start at the 1-2 together. and then whoever the pg guards can get posted up by the other. If you guaranteed me he was gonna be a good spot up shooter, I would take him #2. I'm pretty sure if he is there we take him but I doubt he will be. 

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On 5/14/2019 at 9:15 PM, 11sanchez11 said:

Lottery of what I would do (not what I expect the teams to do):

1. Pellies - Zion
2. Grizzlies - RJ
3. Knicks - Ja
4. Lakers - Culver
5. Cavs - Reddish
6. Suns - Garland
7. Bulls - Coby White
8. Hawks - Bol Bol
9. Wizards - Hunter
10. Hawks - NA-W
11. Wolves - Brandon Clarke
12. Hornets - Doumboya
13. Heat - Little
14. Cs - Jaxson Hayes
 

I love the Hawks picks of Bol Bol and NA-W here. Hunter would be another choice I would love there.

Garland praying he doesn't end up in Phoenix lol

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17 hours ago, BoltsFan937 said:

1. New Orleans - Zion Williamson

2. Memphis - JA Morant

3. NYK - RJ Barrett

4. LA Lakers - Darius Garland

5. Cleveland - Deandre Hunter

6. Phoenix - Coby White

7. Chicago - Cam Reddish

8. Atlanta - Bol Bol

9. Washington - Jaxson Hayes

10. Atlanta - Jarrett Culver

If Culver is there at 10 that's a nice steal. 

This lottery really screwed Atlanta. I wanted them to get Zion.

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1. New Orleans - Zion Williams | F | Duke

2. Memphis - Ja Morant | PG | Murray State

3. New York - RJ Barrett | SG | Duke

4. Los Angeles - Cam Reddish | SF | Duke

5. Cleveland - Jarrett Culver | SG | Texas Tech

6. Phoenix - Darius Garland | PG | Vanderbilt

7. Chicago - Coby White | PG | North Carolina

8. Atlanta - DeAndre Hunter | SF | Virginia

9. Washington - Jaxson Hayes | C | Texas

10. Atlanta - Bol Bol | C | Oregon 

 

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11 minutes ago, NYRaider said:

1. New Orleans - Zion Williams | F | Duke

2. Memphis - Ja Morant | PG | Murray State

3. New York - RJ Barrett | SG | Duke

4. Los Angeles - Cam Reddish | SF | Duke

5. Cleveland - Jarrett Culver | SG | Texas Tech

6. Phoenix - Darius Garland | PG | Vanderbilt

7. Chicago - Coby White | PG | North Carolina

8. Atlanta - DeAndre Hunter | SF | Virginia

9. Washington - Jaxson Hayes | C | Texas

10. Atlanta - Bol Bol | C | Oregon 

 

Bless you for the Cavs pick. For me it’s going to be either Culver or Hunter.

Edited by candyman93

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2 hours ago, candyman93 said:

Bless you for the Cavs pick. For me it’s going to be either Culver or Hunter.

I like either one of those guys in Cleveland. I don't think either guy has star potential but they should both be high quality starting 2-way players for a long time. Neither guy needs the ball in his hands to be effective either so they compliment Sexton well. 

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6 hours ago, TheRealMcCoy said:

If Culver is there at 10 that's a nice steal. 

This lottery really screwed Atlanta. I wanted them to get Zion.

I think as this process moves along, Garland will separate himself as the clear choice at 4.  Granted the Lakers are so dysfunctional there's no telling what they'll do.   But even if they package it in a trade for Beal, then Washington should take him as Beal's replacement.  I think an athletic wing like Hunter makes a lot of sense for Cleveland, Phoenix is obviouslyy going best PG left,  and I think Chicago will (and should) gamble on Reddish's upside at 7.  That would leave Culver for Atlanta at 8 or 10 as I think Washington would be looking for a big at 9.  

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Didn't know where to put this but I thought it was kind of sad that taco Falls never had his own pair of shoes because they can't make any shoes that big, hopefully somebody steps up and makes his personal own dress shoes

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20 hours ago, 11sanchez11 said:

he is a two guard that can pass and play defense. and has good size. and can post. 

in the long run I think Booker and Culver can start at the 1-2 together. and then whoever the pg guards can get posted up by the other. If you guaranteed me he was gonna be a good spot up shooter, I would take him #2. I'm pretty sure if he is there we take him but I doubt he will be. 

Culver is still 2-3 years away from being a better/equal NBA player than Oubre, Bridges and Warren IMO, which is fine for a team not worried about taking the next step.  I don’t think the Suns plan under Jones is more patience after last year’s debacle.  

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