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Tyler Smith

Who would you compare Tylrer Smith to? I compare him to almost Carmelo. Do you think he will be a good late 1st to 2nd round pick like: Michael Redd or Gilbert Arenas?


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WHoa Melo? I think more of a

WHoa Melo? I think more of a Stephen Jackson. good pick outside of top 20 imo.

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those are 3 of the best scorers in the game

He doesnt play like any of those guys even a little bit. He might be good but he wont be either of those 3.

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Tyler Smith?

Stephen Jackson last time i checked could shoot the ball,Tyler Smith struggles 2 do that period. Ill say i havent watched him play alot, but he looks more like P.J. Tucker offensively although very good defensively. He looks like a post transitioning 2 the perimiter. He reminds me of Josh Howard when he first came out of Wake Forest. And hopefully he blossoms in2 the same talent Howard is 2day.

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Blake Griffin

Everyone keeps saying Blake Griffin is the most NBA ready prospect out of this years crop as far as coming in and making an imediate impact. But i dont get it. Although i believe Blake will be develope in2 an all-star more athletic version of Carlos Boozer his current skill set is not at an elite level. Michael Beasley dominated the Big 12 a year ago with an with a more wide range of skills being able 2 handle the ball an shoot it fom deep. But his first season although decent is far from expectations that were set by most in my opinion. So as dominate as Beasley was in college with a wider range of skills what makes Blake Griffin more ready? In my opinion he was just a man amongst boys in the big 12. I mean the only other nba post prospect there besides him is Cole Aldrich so its not like he was killing nba caliber competition every week. I would like 2 hear other views and opinions so please do comment.

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wtf does this have to do

Blake Griffin

Everyone keeps saying Blake Griffin is the most NBA ready prospect out of this years crop as far as coming in and making an imediate impact. But i dont get it. Although i believe Blake will be develope in2 an all-star more athletic version of Carlos Boozer his current skill set is not at an elite level. Michael Beasley dominated the Big 12 a year ago with an with a more wide range of skills being able 2 handle the ball an shoot it fom deep. But his first season although decent is far from expectations that were set by most in my opinion. So as dominate as Beasley was in college with a wider range of skills what makes Blake Griffin more ready? In my opinion he was just a man amongst boys in the big 12. I mean the only other nba post prospect there besides him is Cole Aldrich so its not like he was killing nba caliber competition every week. I would like 2 hear other views and opinions so please do comment.

wtf does this have to do with tyler smith?

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Tyler will be just fine

Tyler Smith is a very good ballhandler for the 3 and a great passer. He is not an efficient scorer (especially when he is the #1 option for his team) but that was never gonna be his role in the league anyway. He rebounds, defends, handles and passes. As a late 1st rounder/early 2nd rounder he should be a solid addition.

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Good call

He reminds me alot of Josh Howard, with a little less athleticism and better passing skills. And on the Griffin discussion (even though it has nothing to do with Tyler Smith lol), there were more nba prospects than just him and Aldrich. Forgot about Craig Brackins, Bryan Davis and Elonu at Texas A&M, Kevin Rogers at Baylor..the big men in the big 12 weren't that bad sir.

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Thanks for everbody's

Thanks for everbody's comments!

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