Flynn still to low on your board
Check out article. He will be the 1st small PG taken and will be a top 20 pick this year.
If players like Greg Monroe, Jrue Holiday, Jonny Flynn, Kyle Singler, Jeff Teague, Manny Haris, Paul Harris, Austin Daye, Tyreke Evans, and perphaps Ricky Rubio, who aren't projected to enter the 2009 NBA Draft on many draft boards, do decide to enter next years draft, that's already going to feature the likes of Blake Griffin, James Harden, Brandon Jennings, Hasheem Thabeet, BJ Mullens, and Stephen Curry as the headliners for the 2009 NBA Draft, it would make a very special draft. Greg Monroe to me, has Chris Webber/Amare Stoudemire potential, if he hones his game, stays aggressive for a whole game, and becomes more selfish because at times he looks for his teammates to much and defers. Jrue Holiday has the potential to be a cross between Dwyane Wade and Baron Davis, but without as much hops as both of them. Jonny Flynn can be a right handed version of Travis Best. Kyle Singler is a more physical version of Mike Dunleavy Jr., without the real nice handle. Jeff Teague to me, has the potential to be the next Kevin Johnson, a point guard that has a knack for scoring, but can also get his teammates involved, not mention assualting the rim every now and then with a ferious dunk or two. Manny Harris is a flat out scorer that can light it up from anywhere. Manny to me, is a more disciplined version of former Wolverine, Jamal Crawford. Paul Harris is gonna help out any team he goes on instantly on the defensive end, he's a smaller version of Ron Artest. Austin Daye is a mix between Yi, Rashard Lewis, and Keith Van Horn. Tyreke Evans to me is a shorter version of Jamal Mashburn. Evans has crazy ball handling skills, he's very strong, he's not too fast or athletic, but still can score in bunches. Ricky Rubio off potential alone, will be a top 5 pick, although I'm not too sold on him. I think he's gonna struggle for a while with his offense and turnovers his first few years in the league, but Steve Nash struggled his first few years and he eventually became a back to back MVP, so you never know.
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Siirler Hikayeler Fikralar Programlar Guzel Sozler Resimler freetemplates Taylor was arguably Oregon’s best player last season, but his 6-foot-4 frame makes him a undersized at the next level. Nonetheless, his scoring ability, length and athleticism give him a chance to make in in the league.