2nd Round Impacters
There are many good second rounders this year
Do u think any of them will be able to put up 10 points a game there rookie year....?
Mine - - - Dionte Christmas, Tyrese Rice(i know risky pick) and Jeff Pendergraph(maybe)
Who do u think.........................
aj abrams,robert dozier,Josh Akognon
I think he could be a very good rookie. Coming off the bench for a championship caliber team, i could see him getting 8ppg, 4 rpg, 1 spg, 1bpg, which are respectable rookie numbers. Also, is it just me or do the seniors who get drafted seem to have an easier adjustment to the league then other players (excluding lottery picks)?
I have to agree i think Danny Green can do some good in his first season if he gets some good minutes. He can get his shot going at times and he can be very strong going to the hoop so i think if he gets good quality minutes he can make stuff happen.
Yea, you probably havent watched him but he is a crazy scorer with alot of potential...I think he will be a 10 ppg scorer as a rookie and then explode in yr.2
My pick is Toney Douglas.
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Josh Akognon, Lester Hudson, Ben Woodside, Marcus Thornton, Jermaine Taylor
Ben Woodside!!!!, Toney Douglas, and Dante Cunningham
wesley matthews, robert dozier, dante cunningham, dionte christmas could all be good role players down the line.
Woodside is a beast!
ben woodside will be in the d-league at best throughout his whole career
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keep an eye out for casspi, jerebko, and sergio lull on the euro side...
personally im a big fan of jerel mcneal, danny green, and and jeff adrien as they play both sides of the ball, a huge advantage in getting early burn.
Mine are , Tyrese Rice,Geviers Vasques,Sam young
I really like Jonas Jerebko. I think he will be a fantastic bench player if he lands with a good team with plenty of scoring options.
Nick Calathes, Danny Green, Jeff Adrien or Mileko Tepic could be a steal in the 2nd round..
Depending on which team gets him, he can be a good spark off the bench.
Say with Utah, getting 12mins at point guard to keep D-Will fresh all game and your tempo on offense remains relatively the same.
I think one guy who is definitely getting over-looked is Jerel McNeal. There haven't been a lot of undersized guards coming out of the city of Chicago that have been NBA busts. Their history is pretty good.
Undersized Chicago Guards in the NBA:
Like I said, there haven't been too many undersized GUARDS from Chicago, who have been NBA busts. I don't expect Jerel McNeal to be either.