Who will be this year's Ryan Reid?
You heard me. Who will be the guy drafted in the late 2nd round where you are thinking to yourself...holy **** why on earth did they waste a precious draft pick on a guy who averaged 6 and 4 as a role player for an average team...
who is it gonna be?!
Chris Flight Wright and Rodney Williams
Lmao that was so funny when he got picked, averaged 6.8 points and 4 rebounds as a sr.
i disagree with wright cuz he has been on NBA radar but just sucked...same with williams
im thinking more along the lines of Sean Mosley of Maryland or Rihards Kuksiks of Arizona state
thts like finding a needle in a hay stack..... no one coulda guessed he woulda been picked last year
Mosley can ball and is way better than Reid and will probably get drafted in the second round next season if he enters.
Quick Question: Is a late 2nd round pick really valuable?
To answer your question though, I'll go Joey Rodriguez of VCU
He's a senior at my commuinity college.
"Lmao that was so funny when he got picked, averaged 6.8 points and 4 rebounds as a sr."
He has had a more successful transition to professional basketball than Hassan Whiteside. Reid has done better in the NBDL. Also, despite not even being on the Thunder's roster, Reid has been as meaningful a contributor to OKC as Whiteside has been for Sacramento. You want me to compare him to Lance Stephenson? What is the bigger embarassment, Jay Bilas having no clue who you were or pushing a woman down a flight of stairs and being a problem in the locker room? Neither player is a superstar, but only of them understands that fact and seems to be willing to work under that reality.
Idk much about him but how about Greg Smith of fresno state
But I think Gary Johnson could be a guy that not many people expect to be drafted, but may end up being a sort of surprise late round pick because he's a high energy player.
BothTeamsPlayedHard playing the "Serious Forum Guy" role once again....
haha i agree with you OJJ