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top picks on potential

top picks that if they live up to their FULL potential they could someday compare to

1.Brandon Jennings-Allen Iverson with less ppg and more asists figure about 23pts,10 asts maybe CP3
2.Demar Derozan-Vince Carter but needs to work on overall game
3.Blake Griffin-Amare Stoudemire
4.Ricky Rubio-he has a game of his own so i dont really know who to compare him to but i see him if he is dedicated to working on his jumper he can average 16-19 ppg and 11-13 asts and be one of the greatest Points ever
5.Earl Clark-Michael Beasley
6.Johnny Flynn-Derrick Rose not as athletic and a better jumper


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some suggestions

earl clark is more lamar odom/luol deng than beasley

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Demar Derozen Has the Most Potential

Demar Derozen has the most potential because of his physical abilities and how that can be translated to the NBA ala Vince Carter. So many experts believe he will have the best career in this draft if he reaches his full potential. He's also a gamble because he can't create his own shot like what someone like Vince Carter can. His ball handling also needs refinment. But once all this is solved, he'll be a force to be reckond with.

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I don't care what GM you are

I don't care what GM you are or whose on your team (It Mitch Kupchak of the Lakers with Gasol and Bynum), If you don't draft Blake Griffin number one you should be fired and I should be able to take their management position.

D Hamp.... the greatest basketball thinker in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.

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dhamp??

all depends on the pick

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Griffen

I think Griffen is already a better rebounder than Amare.

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He is a better rebounder than Amare

Earl Clarke is nothing like Beasley. Beasley is an explosive scorer. Earl plays a triple double type game with less scoring.

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Earl Clarke is nothing like Beasley

different game but similar skill set

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Well...

First of all tony, dang and odom play nothing alike so you cannot compare the 2. Earl Clark is this years jeff green. Athelstic and fills a stay sheet. Plus he plays D! The player with the most potential is deffinately derozan. Blake is right up there with him though. I also believe that Blake is a better rebounder than amare right now. In order for him to have a Great career he will have to develop a reliable jumpshot. And don't say, "oh but amare dint have a J when he came to the league". I don't wanna here it. Blake doesn't attack the basket like amare. He is very atheletic but does not dunk through (not on) people like amare does. He seems like a smaller dwight Howard with less defensive ability.

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DHAMP is right, Griffin has

DHAMP is right, Griffin has to go 1 unless you are in dire need of a pg.

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picking up steam

I know Griffin will go number 1. But can you guys see DeRozan picking up enough steam going into the draft to climb to number 2. I watched him play all year and mostly thought of him as a dissapointment considering the expectations. But once the confrence and NCAA tourney's rolled around he was unbelievable. He has the size and athleticism to find the court right away as either a 2 or 3. His potential could put him ahead of the rest of the field in a few years. Any thoughts?

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