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DoubleTech 06-03-2006 02:19 PM

man o man
 
draft aldridge, sign jay williams, draft bobby jones or mr. white with our 2nd rounder... 1 complete offseason.

a center is the most important position to fill on this team, PG is important too but Bosh doesn't need an amazing PG to perform but he DOES need a large center to fill up the paint, create space and help on the boards and shot blocking... Aldridge is 6'11, its a nobrainer that at the age of 20 he's going to grow another inch, and he has a 7'3 wingspan, or something like that. Here's hoping that Aldridge seperates himself from the rest of the pack in the workouts so that i don't have to stress about this draft anymore. :cool:

fatboy11 06-03-2006 02:20 PM

Common sense says Aldridge. Skilled big men are hard to come by. If they draft LaMarcus, they will actually have 3 skilled big men.

It's on those guys, however, to play some defense. If they do that, game over. The Raptors now have adequate management (in Colangelo) and should have a great young core after this draft.

My vote: Aldridge or trade involving an established, All-Star caliber veteran.

DoubleTech 06-03-2006 02:22 PM

booya
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by fatboy11
Common sense says Aldridge. Skilled big men are hard to come by. If they draft LaMarcus, they will actually have 3 skilled big men.

It's on those guys, however, to play some defense. If they do that, game over.
The Raptors now have adequate management (in Colangelo) and should have a great young core after this draft.

My vote: Aldridge or trade involving an established, All-Star caliber veteran.



exactly.

GoRapz 06-03-2006 02:59 PM

lol @ nastywins title "unpicked fat scrub"


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