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Is Rodrigue Beaubois 1st round material

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Is Rodrigue Beaubois 1st round material

He shoots very well from outside like Barbosa from Phoenix. He has a 6ft10 wingspan on a 6ft2 frame. How good is he? Does a team take him in the 1st round?


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Portland

Portland likes international players and they have a need at the point guard position.

I have Portland taking Beaubois in my Mock.

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He isint but he could stay

He isint but he could stay in Europe and grow. I have him going 28th in my mock

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If Jonas isn't taken in the

If Jonas isn't taken in the 1st round Beaubois will be.

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i think he would be a great

i think he would be a great player on a team like portland .

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he's a sleeper in this draft and he's got

a ton of potential

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if portland doesnt take him

if portland doesnt take him at 24, they should for sure take him at 33 if available .

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i have him going

to portland as well.

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Possibly

I dont know a lot about Beaubois or most the international players, but I here that he reminds a lot of people of Rajon Rondo. If he does have a solid shooting touch and uses his great wingspan to play lockdown defense he could very well sneak into the first round....especially if a team is willing to take a gamble on a solid European prospect that could stay in Europe for 1-3 more years to really develop certain parts of his game. Not to mention he would probably be cheaper.

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beaubois

he's first round on potential and upside, but not in terms of skill, basketball iq or strength. in other words, he needs to stay in Europe for a few years to develop. He is pretty much Rondo with a jumpshot, which makes him a very intruiging prospect. I would hope if he was still around the Wizards could snag him in the second round.

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Los Angeles

Fisher is getting old and Farmar hasnt proven he can be a permanent starter. It sounds like Portland is looking at Claver at #24, so I see the Lakers taking him at #29 and letting him play oversees for a year or two then come over as Fish's eventual replacement.

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Could be scary

If the Lakers grab that kid. They might have a couple more rings once Kobe gets in his head.

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I want him 2 go to Philly

I wouldnt mind him playing for the 76ers at all, him or Patty Mills. He is a 1st round talent but he may be too raw. He has the physical tools to be a top 3 defender at the pg position

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agree

Portland & LA are the two most likely landing spots for him at the end of the first round.

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