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Greg Monroe with the third pick- I'm serious

He's got the size. His skill set is light years ahead of every other big in the draft. Some people think he's too soft. These are the three things they said about Tim Duncan the year he came out. These are the same three things they are saying about Greg Monroe. I believe two of them. If the Nets are serious about drawing in a couple of big time free agents, they need to pick a guy who is ready now. Greg Monroe is ready now. You can put Monroe in the high post with Lopez on the block or Monroe on the block with Yi in the high post. The nets already have good shooters and good slashers on the perimeter. Monroe is as rare a passing big as Webber or Walton (Yes, that's right. I'm spanning generations to describe this kid's game). Humphries can be that fourth, really physical presence for them. Also, I'd much rather watch Williams continue to develop at a Wade-like pace (and defend like Wade) than gamble on Turner's all around game overcoming his more average physical gifts. Taking Favors only works out down the road, maybe. Johnson is the only other choice for me but I think Monroe is just too special. There.That's what I got. Tear into it.

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I think Monroe is one of the most NBA ready players

coming out this Year...At 3 is a stretch...It's likely at 5 or 6 exchanging picks with the Kings or Warriors...Monroe and Lopez would be good duo..I think Greg Starts over Yi day 1...Yi being the Third big...Cousins is a strong possibility for the Nets too...If they see him him as a PF/C then he makes perfect sense...Monroe is a PF that can play out of position at times...but Cousins is one summer of serious conditioning and he's 20/10...He or Lopez could play the 4 or 5...so GM over Cousins is the real choice at 3...I believe Favors will fall to 4 and be traded with the 16th pick to Philly for Evan Turner...

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That's what I got. Tear into

That's what I got. Tear into it.

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That's what I got. Tear into

That's what I got. Tear into it.

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The key for Coach Doc Rivers

The key for Coach Doc Rivers is getting the most out of Milicic when the team does need that extra size in the middle. When engaged, Milicic has been a productive player. eeping him engaged has seemed to be the challenge, especially in a bench role.

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Despite all of the personnel

Despite all of the personnel changes shooting guard Lou Williams, the Hawks’ marquee free agent signing this past summer, believes the team isn’t in rebuild mode, but sort of a transitional restructuring period in the first year of general manager Danny Ferry’s tenure.

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The special attention he

The special attention he receives from opposing defenses present a problem, and Davis has struggled to score the ball at times as a result, but he still posted 13.4 points and 10.0 rebounds per game over five preseason games.

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