Is this the worst NBA draft ever
Two words. Hell yeah.
I made it simple because when I make threads it to hear your opinion.
we don't know yet...
Why are you asking this? This is kind of rhetorical...
Well, since there's no way we can really answer that question, how about another one?
What WAS the worst NBA draft ever?
I don't know...
Me neither. Can't even begin to guess, actually...
r u talking bout the core of players???to answer ur question the core of players may not b the greatest ..but remember in drafts u can see alot of trades which means star players can b headed to new destinations..so for u to say it will b the worst draft even ..just chill n see wut happends..bcuz look out for alot of trades that all im sayin
im already goin to go ahead and say last years was nothing special
This year seems to be the "Draft of the Role player", with a few exceptions. (2?)
At least state any reasons for why you think so. I mean, don't tell me you have no further opinions, conclusions nor reasons than "Hell yeah".
Try contributing, not posting the first fart that came out of your head.
Randy Foye and Brandon Roy are going to be superstars.
Adam Morrison won't be the next Larry Bird, but he should be better than Wally Z.
If Aldridge can add a little bit more muscle and refine his offensive game, he could be a very good power forward or center in this league.
If Rudy Gay gets with a team with a great motivator as head coach, he could be a really good player.
Tyrus Thomas could be a star if he works hard on his game and improves his perimeter shot, strength, and post game. He has come a long way in his basketball career. He should develop those skills in college, but he has a chance to develop in the NBA. I hope he does.
Shelden Williams is going to be a very effective player. His career should be very much like Emeka Okafor's, without all the injuries though.
Marcus Williams intrigues me.
Guys like Shannon Brown, Maurice Ager, Rodney Carney, Patrick O'Bryant and others have a lot of potential to be very good players.
I'm not as down on the talent in this draft as other people are. It may take a little bit more time for these players to come into their own as compared to previous classes with players who are a little more ready to be stars right away.
2001 was pretty crappy...i think that ranks #1 as the worst draft ever.
no superstars and only 5 players that are considers stars...
3.Pau Gasol, Spain
5.Jason Richardson, Michigan State
10.Joe Johnson, Arkansas
13.Richard Jefferson, Arizona
19.Zach Randolph, Michigan State
28.Tony Parker, France
2000 is also pretty crappy...so 2000, or 2001 take your pick.
2000 was awful
Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati
Stromile Swift, LSU
Darius Miles, East St. Louis HS (Mo.)
Marcus Fizer, Iowa State
Mike Miller, Florida
DerMarr Johnson, Cincinnati
Chris Mihm, Texas
Jamal Crawford, Michigan
Joel Przybilla, Minnesota
Keyon Dooling, Missouri
Jerome Moiso, UCLA
Etan Thomas, Syracuse
Courtney Alexander, Fresno State
Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State
Jason Collier, Georgia Tech
Hidayet Turkoglu, Turkey
Desmond Mason, Oklahoma State
Quentin Richardson, DePaul
Jamaal Magloire, Kentucky
Speedy Claxton, Hofstra
Morris Peterson, Michigan State
Donnell Harvey, Florida
New York (5)
DeShawn Stevenson, Washington Union HS (Calif.)
Dalibor Bagaric, Croatia
Iakovos Tsakalidis, Greece
Mamadou N'diaye, Auburn
Primoz Brezec, Slovenia
Erick Barkley, St. John's
Mark Madsen, Stanford
It's a bad draft but it doesn't come near the atrocity that was the 2000 draft (see above post).
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