Some Cat named Drummond he might be good. lol
BK with a big night 26 points with 7 dimes zero turns and yanks some balls out of our lottery pile.
24 & 16 for Greg and a broken nose for Knight
Those two guys continuing to improve are going to yank a lot of balls out of our lottery pile. 11% chance to win as opposed to 19% just last week is huge. Knight's a tough kid, if they let him, he'll play.
I am completely jumping of the Perry Jones wagon he has shown me nothing but good hops. I would love Gilchrist maybe we get a lucky bounce of the balls.
What's your read on this McAdoo kid from UNC? He's flat out skyrocketed into the lottery during the tourney.
Didn't Jones initially declare last year then withdraw? He's not projected in our range though, probable late first rounder.
As for Barnes, always thought the guy was overrated. Two guard who can't create his own shot? No thanks. Carolina guy though so MJ might go for him.
Last edited by freedom&justice; 03-25-2012 at 11:53 PM.
Here is someone I know nothing about only 19 years old too. Should be there for us at our pick too.
Arnett Moultrie 6-10 PF Mississippi State / Junior
One of the most athletic bigs in the country, Moultrie is a force on the glass and scores in a variety of ways. He can even step out and bury college three pointers. With great length and agility, Moultrie is an intriguing option for teams looking for size and athleticism. Despite Mississippi State's struggles, missing the NCAA tourney, Moultrie's stock remains high as the consensus among NBA scouts is that he's a likely lottery pick.
Comparison: Jermaine O'Neal Stats: 15.8 ppg, 10.6 rpg, 1.1 apg
Rookie season salary*: $2,885,520 Ranking: 3rd Power Forward / 2nd Junior
^I like him. If he falls to the second round, I say grab him. Projected as a late first rounder right now.
What should Detroit do?
Chad Ford (1:52 PM)
They really, really need a big. If they were to get Anthony Davis, I think the Pistons would suddenly be in great, great shape. He's the perfect fit next to Greg Monroe. I think they're hoping for Thomas Robinson or Andre Drummond if they don't get the No. 1 pick.
Not saying anything we don't already know, but his new mock draft has us taking Cody Zeller (eew). The win tonight hurt us in terms of draft positioning, but it's always nice to beat the Cavs.
if we miss out on Davis and MKG I want Thomas Robinson
looks like we will be choosing between PJ III,Henson and Sullinger with the ninth pick
Nothing's guaranteed. It's a lottery. We could end up anywhere.
Tank game? Bynum finishing the game in place of the 60% shooting Brandon Knight. Wow. Good to know Frank knows his priorities eh?
Edit: Missed the Wiz game - wtf? Monroe got benched there. Are they taking turns riding the pine at the end of games now?
Last edited by freedom&justice; 04-07-2012 at 05:58 AM.
Soooo...after all the teams ahead of us started tanking, we've fallen way behind on the Ping Pong Ball front, likely picking between 8-9 once again. Damn GS and Cleveland tanked HARD.
Screwed were in no mans land at 9. We can hope to get a lucky bounce of the balls not likely though.
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