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Perfect Places for Prospects to be Drafted

1.Wall to the Kings...They could win the lotto or trade up for Wall, pair him with Evans and become nasty back court for the future...
2.Cousins...TWolves...Love or Big Al will get them another pick in lotto or Wingman so adding the best big in the draft and possibly best fit in triangle with his skill set and top 5 potential
3.Turner...Sixers...I have a strong feeling the Sixers will win lottery or trade into the top 3 and Draft Turner..could see them trade Iggy and their top 10 pick for Turner and another 1st rounder...a team could get Iggy and a player in top ten like Monroe/Aminu/Favors??if he slips...all for Turner and a second pick(Minny makes this moves..Iggy fits the Triangle and they would'nt lose Love or Big Al to get him...just Turner and a mid first) hopefully a defensive big like Whiteside is there...Turner and the Sixers are match made heaven and with Iggy and a top ten pick I think they could get him
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Wall-Evans not perfect...

Wall-Evans not perfect... Sorry.. Both are ball dominant guards with no jumper. It could definitly work but to say its the perfect place for Wall is a joke.

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Cousins---Kings--Evans and Cousins could potential wise dominate the league like Kobe and Shaq not as dominate but two building blocks for the future and cap room

Wall---Pistons---the one team with tradition and that had vets in place to help Wall grow. he can def be big time in MO Town

Turner---T'Wolves---they need him and he needs a team that has movable pieces to build aroung him along with pieces in place

Favors---Nets---They need an athletic 4man he's their guy

Johnson---Warriors---plays multiply positions and thats a must in GS

Monroe---Jazz---I see the perfect fit in Sloans system

Henry---Celtics---If he falls which he mights he can dominate but Jazz is a good fit too.

Whiteside---Hornets---Paul will make him look good

Bledsoe---Heat---They want a PG he's a PG

Bradley---Grizzles---He can play in a backcourt with Mayo as PG

Just to name a few

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Why is Wall Evans not a good idea

They'd give the youngest most dynamic back court in the league...I know it would mean wins from day one but besides the Cousins to the Kings...Wall is who the Kings would want right/???
And Why does Turner need to go Minny...He's young and doesn't shot the three well enough to be that guy in the triangle...they'd still need a shooter and Big Man...I want Sixers trade to go down Iggy/Willaims and Top Ten Pick for Turner/Brewer and Picks...Iggy would be like a Scottie type in the triangle...passes like a point guard/defends multiple positions/slashes to rim and finishes hard...and he's a better three point shooter in corner than Turner...the other top ten pick gets it done I think...the sixers Dont touch Rubio or Big Al..we may ask about Love and then the Wolves will say no way...and we'll settle for the other 1 st round picks the Wolves have this year...It's a win win

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Think About This

Hassan Whiteside to the Thunder. He would fit perfectly with the Thunder because he he gives them the length they need at 7ft tall w/ long wingspan, he was the nation's leading shot blocker, he can run the court better than roughly all of the other Center prospects, he is extremely athletic, he can rebound, he can play down low in the paint, and he has a nice outside jumper which is essential for playing those longer teams like the Lakers which takes some of that length out of the paint. I would like for them to trade their 26th and 32nd overall picks in the draft to sneak into the lottery and grap this guy. then take the BPA after that. My dream is to move Jeff Green to the bench as his true position of SF likeLamar Odom to the Lakers, Have Serge Ibaka start at his actual position at PF and have Hassan Whiteside at C. Ibaka and Whiteside could potentially be a nasty, athletic, shot-blocking, defensive, rebounding, young, frontcourt!!!! Making them a MUCH DEEPER team
Then their lineup would look like this:
PG: Westbrook/ Maynor
SG: Sefolosha/ Harden
SF: Durant/ Green
PF:Ibaka/ Collison
C: Whiteside/ Krstic
There back-ups could all very well start

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How about Xavier Henry

To the Sixers...they draft between 6-8 if they dont win lottery(fingers crossed)...they need a scorer with size at the 2...this allows them run Iggy at the 3 and use Young as 6th man ala Kukoc...Xavier to me is best 2 guard in draft after Turner and if Sixers cant trade for ET w/Iggy as the bait...i feel Henry will be best pick at that position...If they can get a top 3 team to bite on Iggy for the pick of Turner and stay there at 7 and draft Whiteside to replace Sammy D...the Sixers will have had best draft possible...ET and Whiteside in 2010 Draft...

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I've always said

I've always said that I am hoping for Indiana to win the lottery... They NEED John Wall more than they want him...

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You're overvaluing

You're overvaluing Iggy...he's on a fat contract and hasn't shown much improvement over the past few years.

Ibaka and Whiteside would be entertaining, but both are extremely raw of offensively...I'm not really sure that would work out too well

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Turner and Iguodala isn't a

Turner and Iguodala isn't a perfect fit. Both play the exact same style. Both are point-forwards with mediocre-to-below average 3-point shots and are swingmen. I think they could play with each other, but one or possibly both would be less effective than they would need to be because they play the same way. The only difference is Iguodala is a better defender and athlete. Also, I don't think Philly would want to trade him.

I think Xavier Henry would be a perfect for Philly. He can shoot it well enough to compliment Iguodala, can score some in transition, and he definitely defends well enough to stay on the floor, even as a rookie. He's young, but he plays a mature game.

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I agree w/ 6ooo

But Iggy is the only trade chip ...I want him...Henry would be great...but who replaces Sammy next year...I want another top ten or lottery pick for Iggy and would not mind getting Henry and Whiteside or Turner in the process...

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