2008 NBA Draft: Top 5 Lists

Wed, 06/25/2008 - 11:00am


Derrick RoseDerrick Rose 1. Eric Gordon

2. Derrick Rose

3. Joe Alexander

4. Russell Westbrook

5. Deron Washington


1. Derrick Rose

2. Mike Taylor

3. Bo McCalebb

4. Russell Westbrook

5. Jerryd Bayless


1. Joey Dorsey

2. Richard Hendrix

3. Kevin Love

4. DeVon Hardin

5. Eric Gordon

Explosiveness (Guards):

1. Derrick Rose

2. Eric Gordon

3. Russell Westbrook

4. Jerryd Bayless

5. Sonny Weems

Explosiveness (Forwards):

1. James Gist

2. Joe Alexander

3. DJ White

4. Darrell Arthur

5. Patrick Ewing Jr.


1. Alexis Ajinca

2. JaVale McGee

3. Shawn James

4. DJ White

5. Luc Richard Mbah A Moute


1. Jaycee Caroll

2. Chris Lofton

3. OJ Mayo

4. Dusan Sakota

5. Shan Foster

Ball Handlers:

1. DJ Augustin

2. Derrick Rose

3. Mario Chalmers

4. Gary Forbes

5. Kyle Weaver


1. Jason Richards

2. DJ Augustine

3. Drew Lavender

4. Kevin Love

5. Reggie Williams


1. Russell Westbrook

2. Marcus Dove

3. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

4. Mario Chalmers

5. Kyle Weaver


1. Joey Dorsey

2. Michael Beasley

3. Jason Thompson

4. DJ White

5. Kevin Love

Post Skills:

1. Kevin Love

2. Roy Hibbert

3. Brook Lopez

4. Michael Beasley

5. Kosta Koufos


1. Drew Neitzel

2. Jerryd Bayless

3. Derrick Rose

4. DeMarcus Nelson

5. Eric Gordon


1. Anthony Randolph

2. Joe Alexander

3. Anton Ponkrashov

4. Jason Thompson

5. Kyle Weaver


1. Brian Butch

2. Chris Lofton

3. Aleks Maric

4. Vladimir Golubovic

5. Roy Hibbert

Basketball IQ:

1. Kevin Love

2. Danilo Gallinari

3. Reggie Williams

4. Josh Duncan

5. Mario Chalmers

High Risk:

1. DeAndre Jordan

2. JaVale McGee

3. Alexis Ajinca

4. Anthony Randolph

5. Donte Greene

Best Potential:

1. Derrick Rose

2. Michael Beasley

3. Jerryd Bayless

4. Russell Westbrook

5. Anthony Randolph

2nd Round Steals:

1. DJ White

2. Gary Forbes

3. Kyle Weaver

4. Davon Jefferson

5. Sonny Weems


1. Bryce Taylor

2. Reggie Williams

3. Jaycee Carroll

4. Damjan Rudez

5. Derrick Low

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boo no love for my man

boo no love for my man Brandon Rush for length and defense

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JJ Hickson

Hickson is considered one of the strongest prospects in this draft class. I'd stick him in there at #5. Perhaps have a seperate 'Strength' category for guards.

 Great lists!

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oj mayo

y do u guys continue to disrespect oj mayo. how come he is not in there with the most athletic, explosive, and quickest guards. did he not record on of the best vertical jumps in the orlando pre-draft camp, did he not have one of the fastest time in the sprints, so y do u guys continuissly suck derrick roses dick. dont get me wrong he is gud and he shuld have a great nba career, but there is no denying that besides mike beasley, oj mayo is the next possible candidate for rookie of the year, he is capable of bieng a lockdown defender, and im confident that in a system like miami where dwyane wade can create his own shots and will do most of the ball handling anyway, mayo would thrive at point gaurd. i see him as a stephon marbury with a better jump shot. sure he didnt always make the best decisions, but this is the perfect place for him he could learn under dwyane wade. dwyane wade seems to think that oj would fit in well. and quite frankly i he has wades trust then y not.

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no love for oj mayo

tell me why you guys continue to diss oj. if im mistaken, he did have one of the highest vertical jump at the orlando predraft camp, and he did time in with one of fastest time for gaurds why is he not in there with the most athletic and most quick guards when he posted better times and numbers then them. all i have to say is quit sucking derrick rose's penis. real talk

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Siirler Hikayeler Fikralar Programlar Guzel Sozler Resimler freetemplates Taylor was arguably Oregon’s best player last season, but his 6-foot-4 frame makes him a undersized at the next level. Nonetheless, his scoring ability, length and athleticism give him a chance to make in in the league.

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