share

BRANDON WRIGHT OR ANTHONY RANDOLPH

J-CHRISTOS
Registered User
Joined: 07/04/2009
Posts: 190
Points: -6
Offline
BRANDON WRIGHT OR ANTHONY RANDOLPH

Who's better out of the two


butidonthavemoney
butidonthavemoney's picture
Registered User
Joined: 02/26/2009
Posts: 6178
Points: 9879
Offline
Anthony Randolph

They are both girls. They braid each others hair in the locker room. True story.

J-CHRISTOS
Registered User
Joined: 07/04/2009
Posts: 190
Points: -6
Offline
Hey

How do you expect me to respond to that. HAHA

da guru
Registered User
Joined: 07/04/2009
Posts: 189
Points: -139
Offline
randolph- super athletic

randolph- super athletic odom

rhbisp
Registered User
Joined: 05/17/2009
Posts: 30
Points: 76
Offline
Yep, Randolph

He's the one the Warriors like more because he's longer and has a better offensive skill set. He's the projected starter for next year, so the guys that see them practice everyday probably agree.

J-CHRISTOS
Registered User
Joined: 07/04/2009
Posts: 190
Points: -6
Offline
SO

What was all the fuss about Wright,I remember at the draft Steven A Smith talking about how big of a mistake for the bobcats to trade this guy,plus why would the warriors get two of basically the same players, but with a few differences

NBAdraftRoom.com
Registered User
Joined: 04/24/2009
Posts: 22
Points: 12
Offline
Randolph by far

Anthony Randolph showed in his first year that he has the upside to be an All Star and perhaps a superstar. The Warriors got the steal of the draft last year. B. Wright on the other hand has decent upside but lacks the natural feel for the game that great players are made of.

Stanford hoops
Registered User
Joined: 04/15/2009
Posts: 1541
Points: -76
Offline
cuz they thought he would be

cuz they thought he would be better then he is now (wright)

tkd720man
Registered User
Joined: 03/31/2009
Posts: 41
Points: 12
Offline
The big deal with Wright was

The big deal with Wright was that everybody thought he had the magic P-Word - Potential.

Which he did. And still does. But he should've been developing that potential while playing in Chapel Hill, not riding the bench for Golden State.

He's a case study in why you shouldn't jump to the NBA at the first mention of your name in the lottery.

Stanford hoops
Registered User
Joined: 04/15/2009
Posts: 1541
Points: -76
Offline
tkd720man

good point..as far as a gm and fan but as a player i cant lie i would have jumped at the chance too as soon as possibly if im projected that high rather then risk the dreaded fall ala chase budinger or donald williams( i know yall remeber him)

Stanford hoops
Registered User
Joined: 04/15/2009
Posts: 1541
Points: -76
Offline
tkd720man

good point..as far as a gm and fan but as a player i cant lie i would have jumped at the chance too as soon as possibly if im projected that high rather then risk the dreaded fall ala chase budinger or donald williams( i know yall remeber him)

Meditated States
Meditated States's picture
Registered User
Joined: 04/29/2009
Posts: 2861
Points: 622
Online
Randolph

Randolph

knicksfreak
knicksfreak's picture
Registered User
Joined: 05/09/2009
Posts: 1409
Points: 244
Offline
Randolph

I never thought Wright was as impressive as anybody made him out to be in college. He is an athletic big man but he is very frail and very raw. He cant stay healthy. He isnt even a great shot blocker for his body type.

Art22mac
Registered User
Joined: 05/11/2009
Posts: 4
Points: 2
Offline
Nelson sucks...

both are talented and both are very different styles.

Wright is for sure a post player with a solid jump shot and great length, but he's too small.

Randolph is a string bean and probably better suited for the small forward spot. He's lighter than Wright which is pretty bad.

I watched Wright all through college and he show every sign of being a good NBA player very similar to Chris Bosh. He played in the ACC which is usually a pretty good test for talent.

Randolph was decent at LSU and shows alot of Potential.

In all honesty this question (Randolph or Wright) is unfair because both could play together. The real Question should be Wright and Randolph or Don Nelson? He's been killing rookies for years (sans Dirk)
and His style of Offense only provides entertainment and not much substance. If either talent can get off GS and out from under Don Nelson then they have a chance to shine.

Stanford hoops
Registered User
Joined: 04/15/2009
Posts: 1541
Points: -76
Offline
yeah thats a strect saying

yeah thats a stretch saying similar to bosh..bosh was a better college player and better rookie..better jump shot better hands and more agressive..also better defense and quicking lateral movement

J-CHRISTOS
Registered User
Joined: 07/04/2009
Posts: 190
Points: -6
Offline
Nelson

Don Nelson one of the most notable coaches in the league lot of wins,but he does not know how to develope talent,and I hear coach Nelson wasn't too fond of Randolph Mullin had to tell Nelson to play him,another thing about Nelson with all those wins he has,he never seem to get far in the playoff what's up with that

RSS: Syndicate content