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That's a big difference

That's a big difference financially too. If you look at Tyrus Thomas and LaMarcus Aldridge, the difference is that LaMarcus (#2) makes $5,844,000 million and Thomas (#2) makes $4,743,000 million in 2009-2010. That's a $1.1 million difference. That usually seems like chump change in the NBA but that will pay for Darrell Arthur's salary in 2009-2010. It makes some sense for the Grizz who, no offense, are trying to save some money every chance they get.

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Damn...

Damn, now I am going to HAVE to put Bryant into my mock draft. Seriously, I can't not put him in the 2nd round now after all this talk about him. Especially if he does get drafted I won't be able to forgive myself. My friends and I always have a friendly little wager about the 2nd round by the way, in case you thought I took the draft THAT seriously (and was emotionally unstable...well, I am but not in regards to the NBA Draft).

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John Bryant

Is at best a back up center and worst the 3rd center off the bench he is not that good when you look at his rebounds they all came off of free throw misses

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wow

When did this message get turned into your little gay dating game. I cant believe I read all those gay remarks!

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auber

another rookie in the starting lineup wouldnt help us
i feel we trade the pick but not take a big

we already got darrell arthur

trade the pick and get some help for the bench

go after a PF in free agency and more help for the bench

i can see charlie v giving up 16 and 8 next year

if the bucks dont sign him back

gasol
charlie v
rudy
mayo
conley

4-8 pick whichever team offers the most or best players
rubio sure as hell aint the answer
we already got a PG that cant shoot
y draft another

let jaric, buckner, go

bench with arthur, hak, darko, freeagent, rookie, rookie

hak can score off the bench
darko has his nights
the freeagent im thinking flip murray he can play pg/sg and can score wit the best of bench players
rookie tyreke evans , or james harden

and the 27th pic draft a pg

thats just my input

GO GRIZZ

yes im a memphis native

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If we can't get a 2-8 swap

If we can't get a 2-8 swap done with new york, or a 2-4 swap with Sacramento I think we just draft Rubio and see where it goes. I like arthur, but he reminds me of a Marvin Williams clone and is better suited for the bench. I just see them ending up with Jordan Hill when everythings said and done.

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Btowns got a straight man crush for John Bryant. I had fun with it though last night haha

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the look

They both probably got that crazy eye! (molestation)

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I haven't you ever just

I haven't you ever just looked at some one and thought man. That guys a child molester. I totally get that vibe off John Bryant.

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hey auber whats up man?

hey auber whats up man?

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LOL...i saw him on to catch

LOL...i saw him on to catch a predator...he's the one that brought wine coolers and condoms to that 13 year old girl's home

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hey whats up... does any of

hey whats up... does any of u guys like stephen curry?

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qhaynes123 do u like curry

qhaynes123 do u like curry at number 6 for the timberwolves?

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I have him at 6 check out my

I have him at 6

check out my mock

http://www.nbadraft.net/node/6353

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hey say yes if u think curry

hey say yes if u think curry would fit in to the timberwolves organization....explain why

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Curry can be a good PG/SG he

Curry can be a good PG/SG

he could lead a team and help Love, Jefferson and Brewer improve their game

and he can be a team's sharpshooter and late game scorer

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jefferson's already really

jefferson's already really good...the problem is that the timberwolves have like 5 really good people they will get in the draft........and the wolves r going to keep like 10 of the same people in the 15 man rost and only 12 can be active..it sucks

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Curry is good but he can

Curry is good but he can only shoot there are pointguards like ty lawson and eric maynor that can rebound and get asssists to

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john bryants a good player

john bryants a good player and will be drafted but he scares me and I really dont trust him

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he should go late round 2 in

he should go late round 2 in 5os

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i think he will be the 75th

i think he will be the 75th pick

That means 15th overall pick in the NBDL draft.

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who else other than

who else other than thabbeet can average more impresive college numbers at center. Bryants amazing

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top centers

top centers

thabeet
mullins
boban
nevill
bryant
hicks
siler

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No he is not...he played a

No he is not...he played a couple of ok NBA players now.

Lets compare.

John Bryant played in the WCC, where the Zags are thier only threat. He played the Lopez twins once.

Blake Griffin played in the Big 12. Cole Aldrich, Mike Beasley, Julian Wright, Darell Arthur, Craig Brackins.

Jordan Hill played in the Pac-10. Brook and Robin Lopez, Kevin Love, Jon Brockman, Cole Aldrich, Ryan Anderson

Hasheem Thabeet played in the Big East. DeJuan Blair, Terrence Jennings, Samardo Samuels, Luke Harangody, Greg Monroe, Roy Hibbert, Big Baby Davis

and all these guys are or will be NBA guys. Bryant played 3 quality big men, Griffin 5, Hill 7 and Thabeet 7.

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Bryant would be a good pick

Bryant would be a good pick late second round and has a good chance to back up at center or even start

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hes a good young player but

hes a good young player but still needs to fix his weight problem

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Guess that didn't work out

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