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All-Stars in This Draft

This draft is considered to be very weak, of course, we wouldn't know that for sure until the players step on the court, but the general consensus is that there aren't going to be many/any star players in this draft. The fact is, that there will be players in this draft that may surprise us and eventually be star players. Which players do you think will eventually make an All-Star appearance from this year's draft class?


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Trey Burke

the only one I TRULY believe in without a shadow of a doubt....there's others i could see making it eventually in the right situation such as Ben Mac but all the others If I can see them making it I can also see them not making it......ShaBazz will probably make an all star team too but I could at the same time see him having an OJ Mayo type career which isn't bad but he's never made an allstar team

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Paul, Westbrook, Rose, Rondo,

Paul, Westbrook, Rose, Rondo, Irving, Wall, Parker, Rubio, Curry, Lillard. Who's Bruke beating out to earn a spot? Burke is entering an era in the league were there are already 6-7 potential Hall of Famers playing the same position, (not counting Nash and Kidd who are past their primes and locks to make the hall).

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Paul, Westbrook, Rose, Rondo,

Paul, Westbrook, Rose, Rondo, Irving, Wall, Parker, Rubio, Curry, Lillard. Who's Bruke beating out to earn a spot? Burke is entering an era in the league were there are already 6-7 potential Hall of Famers playing the same position, (not counting Nash and Kidd who are past their primes and locks to make the hall).

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I think Noel could, also

I think Noel could, also Burke and Oladipo both have outside shots. There's bound to be at least 2 or 3, some you'd never guess like any 2nd rounder

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I see Noel having the best

I see Noel having the best chance, it would be hard for Burke to make it with so many elite point guards now a days and even upcoming point guards

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Shooting Guards

In my opinion I think that a lot of good shooting guards will come out of this draft. That position is one that the league is starting to lack in when it comes to stardom. McLemore, Dipo, Bazz, Caldwell-Pope, Hardaway Jr all have a good chance to become great shooting guards and if there is a position that excels in this draft it is the 2.

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well when you put it like that

yeah it'll be tough but I do think he'll have an allstar LEVEL career......

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maybe

Mclemore, Oladipo, Noel,Bennett. Not any sure shots, but the right team and hard work I could see these guys making it.

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I really think Noel could be

I really think Noel could be the type of player to put up 11-12 RPG, 3 BPG and 1.5 SPG in his prime. Even if he's only scoring 10 or so points per game, he could make a few all-star games on defensive impact alone.

I think McLemore will be an All-Star too. He might never be an elite top 10 player in this league but he's talented enough to make a few All-Star teams especially with a dearth of young SGs in the league (Harden looks like an All-Star keeper but EG is always injured and Beal and Waiters are still really raw).

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CJ McCollum in my opinion is

CJ McCollum in my opinion is a mix bewtween Lillard and Curry. People are sleeping on this guy because he is looked as a under sized sg, but so were Curry and Lillard as well.

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Shooting guard

Is currently the weakest position in the NBA. Lot of teams choose to put a PG at SG and have a second playmaker in the lineup with a stretch PF because of how weak that position currently is.

Avery Bradley, Chauncey Billups, Jason Kidd, Devin Harris, Eric Bledsoe, Luke Ridnour and others have been playing SG most of the time this season.

Last years draft has provided us with pure shooting guards like Beal, Waiters, Ross and Lamb. This coming draft will once again add some depth to the position that is in need of shooting guards.

I still remember the days of Kobe, Carter, McGrady, Allen, Jones, Finley, Richardson, Houston, Stackhouse, Hamilton and others and to me that was a great era of NBA basketball.

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