Embiid will drop to the Celtics

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Embiid will drop to the Celtics

Well for anyone that wanted drama they got it with the Embiid news today...

Cleveland will now take the second player with the Higest ceiling Wiggins...sorry sixers

Milwaukee will take Jabari Parker

Sixers will take Noah Vonleh to pair with Noel for a great young frontcourt

Orlando who already has a top Center will take Exum

Utah will take Julius Randle or Aaron Gordon

Celtics will take Embiid...just like they took Sullinger with the bad back 2 years ago..he turned out ok.....Rejoice Celtic fans the Leprechaun HAS COME THRU IN A HUGE WAY !!! WOW !!!

I BELIEVE EMBIID WILL BE A 20/10/2 GUY IN A COUPLE OF YEARS AND THIS INJURY THOUGH CONCERNING WILL NOT BE A LONGTERM CONCERN...NO GUTS NO GLORY !!!!


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back down

I had him falling to My Jazz on the rumor of a back injury. With his foot broken, I can see him dropping much farther.

(This is not a smoke screen)

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Embid ain't falling out the

Embid ain't falling out the top 3, let alone the top 2, foot broke or not

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Probably goes to Magic at #4.

Probably goes to Magic at #4.

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They have Vucevic

If u havent noticed

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Vucevic can slide over to the 4

Magic have two picks in the lottery. They can take a risk on Embiid at 4, they can always draft a PG at 12. (Payton would be a perfect pick there. Vucevic may play Center for now, but he can always slide to the 4. Besides Embiid's injury won't hurt the Magic. If he is hurt just stick Vucevic back at the 5 problem solved. A lineup of Embiid, Vucevic, Harris, Oladipo, and Payton looks pretty good. Embiid can down low, and Vucevic be their pick and pop forward. If Embiid drops out of the top 3 because of the injury, Magic can't pass him up. He's too valuable to slip any lower.

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Vucevic cant gaurd PFs in the

Vucevic cant gaurd PFs in the league. The two best teams in the East this year were Miami and Indiana who started Bosh and West at PF. He would easily get exposed on the perimeter by these guys.

If anything I would rather develop Embiid as a PF if it were between those two.

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I thought the same thing

I envisioned him dropping to fifth or sixth. The 1-4 teams have never shown a history of patience and I can see it.

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to say NEVER is not true at

to say NEVER is not true at all.

2011 Cleveland took Kyrie after his injury cut his freshman year short

Milwaukee took Giannis last year

76ers took back Noel after knowing his knee injury would prevent him from missing most if not all of the season. Although you can argue purposly tanking here.

Magic have assembled a bunch of young developing players and draft picks since Dwight left. And they might grab another pick after unloading Afflalo.

With the exception of Cleveland, who needs to win to keep Kyrie happy, 2-4 in this draft seem to be patient in my opinion. Throw the Jazz into this as well and say 2-5.

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when i say took back Noel, I

when i say took back Noel, I mean via trade

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If he falls to the Jazz...

They take him. They have 2 legit big men and can afford to wait on the dude to heal. So yah, I don't think he will drop to the celtics...

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