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Mullins

Mullins had a so/so summer league debut. How do you think he fares in the regular season? Obviously not a polished offensive force or really a defensive one either, but does his size and athleticism on a center weak team allow him to contribute in his rookie season?


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i dont think

he will be a game change or anything like that but i think his skills are a bit underrated , some people talk about him like he is a 7 footer that never touched a ball in his life, he can be a solid contributer off the bench next season

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He isn't polished but, i

He isn't polished but, i think he can contribute as well. He is just going to have to up his D, even at Ohio State he really didn't have great shot blocking or rebounding numbers, i think thats going to be his biggest hurdle, but he can really run the floor for a big which will help him a lot in the league

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If he developed into a Tyson Chandler

Type he might be a pretty good pick. He might have a little more offensive potential than Chandler but does not rebound like him.Tyson was not much early either, he got better.

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Mullins Will Keep the Bench Warm

I've said this repeatedly, BJ Mullens has lots of talent but no understanding of the game. He was the one player who needed at least another year in college to get stronger and learn the nuances of the game. He might some day reach his potential but I seriously doubt it.

In my opinion, BJ Mullens will be eaten alive in his first year in the NBA.

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