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Anonymous NBA scouts on draft prospects- SI article


Myck Kabongo, 6-3 point guard, Texas: "I'm not feeling him. Never have. He probably should have gone back to Texas, although I don't know if they wanted him back. He's one of the fastest guys in the draft so he's intriguing, but his outside shooting and decision making are concerns. I think he's a project." t


Adonis Thomas, 6-6 forward, Memphis: "He has a great body, but he hasn't produced the numbers we all expected when he came out of high school. He relies too much on his jump shot instead of punishing people going to the basket or posting up. The fact that he wants to be Joe Johnson is borderline ridiculous. He's a four, we're debating whether he can be a three, yet he calls himself a two."

Some dude is obsessed with hips.

Mason Plumlee, 7-foot center, Duke: "He's 23-and-a-half and he still doesn't have any skill. I don't ever see him becoming a pick-and-pop guy. He can run the court and his post defense is good. He's going to be a solid backup guy but I'm not effusive about him. He's going to have to play center. He has tiny hips. He's not going to get all that much bigger physically."

This post was edited on 6/24 at 9:41 pm

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re: Anonymous NBA scouts on draft prospects- SI article
Dang, I got excited when I saw this thread because I figured it would be scouts trashing these kids' intellect and off the court decision making... Turns out they're just scouting them.

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re: Anonymous NBA scouts on draft prospects- SI article
Si with a bad mistake saying glen rice jr. went to Michigan. Or is it the scouts mistake? Either way, they suck

Ford Frenzy
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re: Anonymous NBA scouts on draft prospects- SI article
I lol'd at the Memphis kid's scouting write up

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