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Mock Draft that's a little different.

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Mock Draft that's a little different.

Made my entire mock last night with comments. I put a bit of research into it, hoping to repeat the success I had in last year's mock contest.

http://www.nbadraft.net/nba_mock_drafts/comments/52796


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Mike Muscala

I don't think anyone has put Mike Muscala in the 1st round, however lists him as one of the second rounders with most potential. I really like your idea of him in San Antonio.

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I think with Muscala's skill

I think with Muscala's skill set and smarts it wouldn't surprise me if he goes late 1st/early 2nd.

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I really like your draft,

I really like your draft, maybe the best I've seen, (personal taste) I too like Muscala in the first round, it shows you have put time and thought into your mock. This draft is so even in regards to talent, it just becomes a matter of likes and tastes, example
As a Jazz fan I think they will go big at 14 and it could be BeBe or it could be one of several other bigs, Plumblee, Gobert, Olynyk, Dieng, Withey, it depends on what they are looking for, BeBe & Gobert & even Withey are defensive shot blockers, Olynyk is a 7' stretch 4 type, at point guard unless MCW fall to the Jazz, everyone left on the board will be a tier 5 player and they could go in alot of directions and not have a big difference in talent. I have said this several times , if it were me I could pick for the Jazz I'd take Giannis at 14 and a big like Gobert at 21 and look for a point guard in free agency. One more week , it should be interesting.

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