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Rate the draft prospects

Give them a rating from 50-100 on their current skill level in the draft
and a rating for potential

Example:Rubio 96
Potential 100


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This is a really cool topic.

This is a really cool topic. Just a few

Demar DeRozan: 85 Potential 101
Griffin: 97 Potential 100
Tyreke Evans: 92 Potential 92
James Harden: 97 Potential 82
Johny Flynn: 90 Potential 93
Rubio: 94 Potential 100

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Holiday 89 98

Holiday 89 98
DeRozan 85 94
Evans 90 94
Harden 94 97
Curry 93 95
Jennings 89 98
Flynn 86 92
Rubio 91 96

First number is their rating now. Second number is their potential (how good they can become).

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Griffin 96 101
Evans 91 96
Harden 93 99
Curry 92 98
Flynn 91 98
Rubio 90 96
Jennings 90 97
DeRozan 90 99

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holiday -50 Potential-70

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Player Name - Overall Rate -

Player Name - Overall Rate - NBA Ready Rate - Potential Peak
Blake Griffin 93 - 90 - 95
Hasheem Thabeet 86 - 80 - 91
Ricky Rubio 90 - 86 - 97
Jordan Hill 89 - 86 - 94
James Harden 90 - 92 - 95
Brandon Jennings 87 - 88 - 95
Johnny Flynn 84 - 83 - 94
Steph Curry 87 - 90 - 93
Demar Derozan 84 - 83 - 96
Tyreke Evans 86 - 85 - 90
Chase Budinger 85 - 84 - 90
Dejaun Blair 88 - 82 - 94
Gerald Henderson 89 - 86 - 94
James Johnson 88 - 84 - 93

Just off Arans Mock

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Lottery Rankings

Blake Griffin 95 - 98
Hasheem Thabeet 86 - 95
Ricky Rubio 90 - 99
Jordan Hill 84 - 95
James Harden 92 - 94
Brandon Jennings 84 - 95
Johnny Flynn 84 - 93
Steph Curry 87 - 93
Demar Derozan 80 - 100
Tyreke Evans 84 - 90
Chase Budinger 82 - 90
Dejaun Blair 88 - 90
Gerald Henderson 86 - 91
James Johnson 85 - 92

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(Hall of Famer = 100, All

(Hall of Famer = 100, All NBA= 90, All Star = 80, Starter = 60, Rotation = 40, End of Bench = 20, OUT OF LEAGUE = 0)

Rookie, Peak

Blake Griffen: 75, 92
Ricky Rubio: 65, 91
Hasheem Thabeet: 47, 70
James Harden: 70, 85
DeMar DeRozen: 30, 80
Brandon Jennings: 50, 75
Jordan Hill: 65, 75
Jonny Flynn: 70, 80
Stephan Curry: 68, 75
Tyreke Evans: 45, 70
Gerald Henderson: 54, 68
Chase Budinger: 60, 65
DeJuan Blair: 67, 80
Earl Clark: 35, 77
James Johnson: 40, 60
Jrue Holiday: 56, 73
Austin Daye: 20, 53

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what are the rating based

what are the rating based on..i know what the potenial rateings are based on but are the first ratings based on what they have done this year?...as far as potienal rating just about every pick every year would be high because thats what they are picked off of

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J-Hue

I agree. You have to have some kind of basis for your ratings.
Is Lebron a 100? Is Kobe a 100? Then Tyreke Evans is more like a 51.
butidonthavethemoney has a basis, and seems to be very realistic. The rest of you should follow suit if you want to participate (or, be taken seriously) in this activity.

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I have to agree with idonthavethemoney and ch15r36is

It seems in perspective these are a little high unless they are compared to one another, the standard for 100 would have to be Shaq's and Lebron's, and potentials of Kobe and Garnett, so they would all be quite low rated because after griffin and maybe rubio who else is going to be a perenial all-star.

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WOW

I sounds like this draft ia full of full time allstars the way most of you guys are rankings them. I thought this was considerd a weak draft. I did not no one of the best all time.

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I was comparing the draft

I was comparing the draft prospects against one another when I did my rankings. I wasn't comparing them to LeBron & Kobe. I rated them based on how good they are now and how good of nba player they have the potential to become in the future.

This draft actually isn't that weak. I hear people say that all the time but there will be plenty of quality nba players that come out of this draft.

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I know

Some peoples ranking were just a little to high probably, know body really noes their potential until drafted by a team and the role the coaches give them and their desire to win and not worry about stats. I think this draft is average with a couple stars. Griffin for sure (based on the clipps) and maybe a hand full more! Name me the top 5 prospects to be allstar-superstar.

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Jennings, Holiday, Harden

Jennings, Holiday, Harden have all-star potential. Give them about 3 years to adjust to the nba. I don't see many all-stars in this draft but I see a ton of guys that will stay in the league for a long time.

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draft

I call this the role player draft. Every team needs a solid role player! if you don't. No Playoffs and no Playoffs= no Championship.

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EVERYBODY

THE FIST PART OF MY FORUM TOPIC IS JUST THEIR OVERALL SKILL LEVEL AS OF RIGHT NOW SO THAT"S WHY I GAVE RUBIO A 96

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Rubio

Will not be an all star his rookie season. For example compare an nba player with a 96 rating just to know what you are talking about!

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gatorheels

A little off topic, but do you give yourself a point every time you post?

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SKILL LEVEL COMPARED TO DRAFT PROSPECTS

and ch15r36is yes and u would too if youhada -20somethn or no reason

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nope, i don't do the point

nope, i don't do the point thing. Every now and then I will give someone a point if they come up with something interesting I didn't know about. Why?

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Chris Pual

I see him as a 96 rubio maybe a 80 rookie season possible could reach 96 if on the right team (mem)

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are you serious?..rubio a 96?..so that would mean he is a allstar this year....thats laughable

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I based my grades off of the

I based my grades off of the players in the draft against eachother. I had no comparisons to LeBron or Dwight potential wise either.

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Blake Griffin 94-100 Hasheem

Blake Griffin 94-100
Hasheem Thabeet 88-91
James Harden 81-88
Ricky Rubio 84-92
Jordan Hill 80-82
Stephen Curry 91-97
Brandon Jennings 84-90
Jonny Flynn 87-94
DeMar DeRozan 72-81
Tyreke Evans 80-85
Chase Budinger 81-85
DeJuan Blair 90-98
Gerald Henderson 82-91
James Johnson 80-84
Jeff Teague 80-95
BJ Mullens 58-70
Eric Maynor 76-84
Terrence Williams 84-92
Tyler Hansbrough 77-84
Wayne Ellington 80-82
Earl Clark 89-94
Ty Lawson 85-99
Omri Casspi 71-80
Jrue Holiday 66-75
Damion James 80-87
Tyler Smith 79-84
Derrick Brown 82-88
DaJuan Summers 80-85
Toney Douglas 72-80
Taj Gibson 82-91

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that one is alot more

that one is alot more realistic then the other ones

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