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This club is exclusive for fans of guys people are sleeping on who will have Major impacts in the league
1. Paul George= My favorite Rookie next year
2. Hassan Whiteside= Will be a beast watch hopefully he falls to Chicago I want him to play with Rose
3. Elliot Williams= Can Score Score and oh yeah Score
4. Kemba Walker= Shoulda came out this year woulda been the 2nd PG picked behind Wall but he's gonna be Nasty I see him a Baby Tim Hardaway at best so in the Draft of 2011 watch out
anybody you think is underrated or being slept on
Omar Samhan, Mikhail Torrance, Lance Stephenson, Darington Hobson, Quincy Pondexter, and Jerome Randle are all sleepers
Whiteside will end up being a beast
Favors will turn out to be amazing
Ed Davis and James Andersen will not live up to there selections
The Pacers will reach on Bledsoe or Hayward
IDK if he is being slept on but I think Jordan Crawford is really underrated. He's one of the few guys in this class who can create his own shot. Something execs covet at the NBA level.
As far as Omar Samhan. I would be SHOCKED if he turned out a steady long-term NBA career. If he has success in the league, that would absolutely amaze me. He has some of the slowest footwork I have ever seen, even for a big man. Its painful to watch, yet effective in the NCAA against weaker competition. But when he has to go against guys like Howard, KG, Duncan, its gunna be murder.
I agree with you HD on Paul George. I'm liking the kid more and more the more I see/hear about him. I wouldn't be too surprised if a team takes him pretty early though. I think he's the guy teams are trying to play on the DL (down low not dleague), hoping they can snatch him up as late as possible. I see him surely going top 20, but I won't be all that surprised to see him go even top 15.
Loving me some PG right now. If the Sixers trade down with Minny, I hope they take PG at the 16th pick.
Yeah he could surprise some GM's who pass on him if he gets in the right situation he'll be a top player in this draft a few years from now. I see the standouts in the draft being:
just from an underrated standpoint