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Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team

1 Shabazz Muhammad SG
19 years old; 6'6"; 223 lbs.
UCLA, Freshman
2 Nerlens Noel C
18 years old; 6'11"; 216 lbs.
Kentucky, Freshman
3 Cody Zeller C
20 years old; 6'11"; 209 lbs.
Indiana, Sophomore
4 Rudy Gobert PF/C
20 years old; 7'1"; 235 lbs.
Cholet, International
5 James McAdoo PF
19 years old; 6'9"; 226 lbs.
North Carolina, Sophomore
6 Isaiah Austin C
19 years old; 6'11"; 201 lbs.
Baylor, Freshman
7 Alex Len C
19 years old; 7'1"; 225 lbs.
Maryland, Sophomore
8 Tony Mitchell PF
20 years old; 6'8"; 235 lbs.
North Texas, Sophomore
9 Alex Poythress PF
years old; 6'8"; 213 lbs.
Kentucky, Freshman
10 Archie Goodwin SG
18 years old; 6'5"; 195 lbs.
Kentucky, Freshman

This remaining list is for when we turn it around and board the 'ship!

11 C.J. McCollum PG/SG
21 years old; 6'3"; 165 lbs.
Lehigh, Senior
12 Mason Plumlee PF
22 years old; 6'10"; 234 lbs.
Duke, Senior
13 Otto Porter SF
19 years old; 6'9"; 200 lbs.
Georgetown, Sophomore
14 B.J. Young SG
19 years old; 6'3"; 158 lbs.
Arkansas, Sophomore
15 Dario Saric SF
18 years old; 6'10"; 223 lbs.
Split, International
16 C.J. Leslie SF/PF
21 years old; 6'9"; 207 lbs.
N.C. State, Junior
17 LeBryan Nash SF/PF
20 years old; 6'7"; 220 lbs.
Oklahoma State, Sophomore
18 Adonis Thomas SF
19 years old; 6'7"; 241 lbs.
Memphis, Sophomore
19 Patric Young C
20 years old; 6'9"; 249 lbs.
Florida, Junior
20 Myck Kabongo PG
19 years old; 6'2"; 168 lbs.
Texas, Sophomore
21 Jamaal Franklin SG
21 years old; 6'5"; 205 lbs.
San Diego State, Junior
22 Jeff Withey C
22 years old; 6'11"; 240 lbs.
Kansas, Senior
23 Andre Roberson PF
20 years old; 6'7"; 210 lbs.
Colorado, Junior
24 Trey Burke PG
20 years old; 6'0"; 180 lbs.
Michigan, Sophomore
25 Sergey Karasev SF
19 years old; 6'7"; 205 lbs.
Triumph Moscow, International
26 Ryan Harrow PG
21 years old; 6'2"; 170 lbs.
Kentucky, Sophomore
27 Michael Carter-Williams PG/SG
21 years old; 6'5"; 167 lbs.
Syracuse, Sophomore
28 Phil Pressey PG
21 years old; 5'11"; 162 lbs.
Missouri, Junior
29 Mike Moser PF
22 years old; 6'8"; 230 lbs.
UNLV, Junior
30 Joshua Smith C
20 years old; 6'9"; 280 lbs.
UCLA, Junior


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quail man
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Chad504boy
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
If you don't want to talk future hornet basketball you can leave.


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NorthshoreTiger76
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we need a PG bad real bad


CP3forMVP
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
Cody Zeller should be #2, probably even #1.

He's a 7 footer and weighs in at 240 lbs.


Chad504boy
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we need a PG bad real bad


not a good year for that either... almost need to have that veteran pg who can distribute to all the youth and playmakers and score when needed.


LesGeaux45
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not a good year for that either... almost need to have that veteran pg who can distribute to all the youth and playmakers and score when needed.


If only there was a PG coming on the market next summer who could fit that bill:
Image: http://hoopedia.nba.com/images/2/21/ChrisPaul_270x240.jpg

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Fun Bunch
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we need a PG bad real bad


Becoming pretty apparent. As others have said, not the draft for this. We'll have to try for a Brandon Jennings type.

I'm not going to jump to conclusions yet until we have EG back, as he will play a lot of PG and SG for us.

Zeller, based on that list, is easily 1 or 2.


Chad504boy
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McAdoo gives me the fuzzies for some reason.


Fun Bunch
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If only there was a PG coming on the market next summer who could fit that bill:


Not happening. But:

Chris Paul/Vasquez
Eric Gordon/Austin Rivers
Shabazz Muhammad
Anthony Davis/Ryan Anderson
Lopez/Smith




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quail man
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
i love how 1/9th of the way into the season, we are already talking about drafting top 10.


Chad504boy
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i love how 1/9th of the way into the season, we are already talking about drafting top 10.




when we move to the middle, i'll talk about the damn middle.


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brmark70816
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I like Doug McDermott. He should be a late lottery or mid round guy that would be a great fit next to Anderson and Davis. I'd rather solid team, less talented guys like McDermott or CJ McCollom, than flashy raw players like Noel.


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Jester
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
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Cody Zeller should be #2, probably even #1.

He's a 7 footer and weighs in at 240 lbs.


He still looks really thin.


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Jumbeauxlaya
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
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i love how 1/9th of the way into the season, we are already talking about drafting top 10.



No shite sherlock, everyone knew this was a rebuilding year going into it.


quail man
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No shite sherlock, everyone knew this was a rebuilding year going into it.


you seem a bit upset.

why are you so upset?


Puddinhead
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
Mhmm, and how does that make you feel?


quail man
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
as I said in the other thread, either i'm an idiot today, or I'm surrounded by them. the former is more likely, but i'm sticking with the latter

it's so fricking frustrating to come on here and see 7 threads on how awful the team is, then to have a draft thread 9 games into the season. are you shitting me? i just want to be able to talk about the games at hand for once. the entire last season was about drafting and tanking, and already we are doing that again because of a few shitty games


Jumbeauxlaya
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re: Rank the 2013 NBA Draft Prospects in order of Fit for our Team
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it's so fricking frustrating to come on here and see 7 threads on how awful the team is, then to have a draft thread 9 games into the season. are you shitting me? i just want to be able to talk about the games at hand for once. the entire last season was about drafting and tanking, and already we are doing that again because of a few shitty games


And I'm the one that sounds upset?

If you want to talk about tactics of the current games, start a thread about it instead of bitching about other threads that are discussing different topics.


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