i remember a couple months back he was a lock in the top 12. now hes falling into the early 20s. i thought this kid was good. you cant tell me aint atleast up there with teague, lawson,
I dunno much about him, but from wat ive read and heard, I kinda like him with my hawks if bibby leaves, and we cant sign ramon sessions
Maynor has the best leadership qualities out of any player in this draft IMO.
He would fit in well with Minnesota. I hope they get him at 18 and DeRozan at 6.
IM sorry t wolves fans but mccants seems like evans with no handle but way more athleticism
They also have carney and brewer is just a defensive player..WHERE DOES EVANS FIT IN.. To much talent in the league right now that doesnt get a chance to develop, because of first rounders that are put out there to play because of hype and the next new crop...this is not fair
why is it not fair its basketball. Its all part of the game. There's always going to be new talent coming along in every sport its part of life.
Maynor is by far one of the best guards in this years draft. He should be one of the first few points taken IMO. He has the complete game, its not much he cant do and he has the leadership to lead a team on the NBA level. Plus he that unteachable asset which is KILLA INSTINCT!!
hes a great leader, hes clutch, and had the best statistics of any point guard in the draft. but scouts are concerned about his ability to add weight and his athleticism, particularly foot speed, comes into question.
ummm about brewer..in college he was a definsive player..so far in the nba he has been getting lit up, turns the ball over and cant score..the way his career is going he will be in europe soon..and evans and mccants are nothing a like mccants is a better shooter but strictly a 2 cuz his handles are suspect evans can play point as well as sg although his jumper needs work..plus he has a higher ceiling as far as potenial..mccants is more like ellington...as far as maynor i liek his game but he has been dropping hard because of not so good workouts...some are saying (sites ive read) that it wouldnt be suprising for him to drop out of the first round....that may just be a smoke screen by some teams picking later so he can drop and they can get him
I think he will be a lottery pick. I like the athleticism
I think Maynor is the second best point in the draft after Rubio. He's got the size(6'3), the experience(4 years in college), so he won't be a project like other guards( Jrue Holiday). If Maynor had played at an ACC or Big East school he probably wouldv'e been a lottery pick last year and maybe the top pg this year. Whoever gets this guy is gonna get a steal.