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Which mid to late second round players could be real steals?

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Which mid to late second round players could be real steals?

I've paid most of my attention in this draft to the guys likely to go in the first round, or very early in the second round. I haven't however studied up on guys projected to go mid to late second round (or possibly undrafted). I'd love to know who you think could be a real steal late in the draft, and why?


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let's say from picks...40 on down...

let's say from picks...40 on down...

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I think harangody could

I think harangody could

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possibly

Darington Hobson, Thompson, Art Parakhouski, Pittman, and Varnado

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Torrance, Vanardo(If he

Torrance, Vanardo(If he drops)

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Mac Koshwal

I'm sure Mac Koshwal will be a huge steal

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Da'Sean Butler....no doubt

Da'Sean Butler....no doubt about it

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Greivas Vazquez ( sorry about

Greivas Vazquez ( sorry about spelling)

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deashaun butler definetly

deashaun butler definetly

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beijanca

beijinca, im not sure if thats how you spell his name but, hes 6'10 can pass,shoot and handle he'll be a real steal.

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i like

caracter if he can get himself in shape, same with pittman...parakhouski could be a productive player because he shoots really well for a guy that big and strong...this jeremy wise from the d-league might be a player

every piece of tape i've seen on harangody, he's getting his ass handed to him by someone...pass

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Possibly...

Da'Sean Butler
Grievis Vasquez (if he falls that far)
Sherron Collins

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From a value standpoint, I

From a value standpoint, I think Tiny Gallon should be up there

Hes big, hes strong, hes agile, and hes young. He has alot of the tools to become a very solid big man in this league, Hes no all-star, but A Glen Davis, energy bigman off the bench role, will suit him just fine.

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Nemanja Bjielca SF from

Nemanja Bjielca SF from Serbia. He's extremely versatile and has a great skill set. Maybe the next Turkoglu with better handles/vision.

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Totally agree about Da'Sean

Totally agree about Da'Sean Butler. Hard to believe he won't get drafted after his success in college. If he recovers in time for the start of an NBA season he could come in and contribute off the bench for a playoff team like Chicago or Boston.

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Samardo Samuels..his family

Samardo Samuels..his family has to eat.

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