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Hoping that The Profiles For Art Parakhouski and Mac Koshwal Can Be Updated ASAP

blackflash234
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Hoping that The Profiles For Art Parakhouski and Mac Koshwal Can Be Updated ASAP

I can't wait until the profiles for those last 2 players get updated. There the only 2 guys I think on NBADRAFT.net 2010 mock draft with no rating or scouting report. Once I'm able to see them, I'd then be able to update my mock and configure who's going where.


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I've seen Parakhouski and I

I've seen Parakhouski and I know a little about him, although I'll admit it isn't a whole lot.

From what I've seen Parakhouski is very productive, and is a very strong player. He is from a small school, but has held his own against greater competition. He has a good jumper in the post and could be a productive backup center. He is not very fast or athletic, but you have to give credit to a guy who averaged 13 rpg in college basketball no matter the conference. I think he'll go in the 35-45 range, probably after Alabi and Jordan and before Pittman as far as teams looking for centers in the late 1st and 2nd rounds.

Like I said, I haven't seen him a lot, but I hope that helps a little until his profile is updated.

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Mac Koshwal will be a

Mac Koshwal will be a defensive minded role player who is good for 6 fouls and the occasional mid-range jump shot. Think Josh Powell for the Lakers.

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