Re: Why is Joakim Noah a Top 10 prospect?
Noah is getting underrated now. People talking about him being a late first or even secound round talent? Crazy. He doesn't have the game to be a major part of an NBA offense but he'll finish and can take advantage of his athleticism and length around the basket and should be a good defensive player and rebounder. He's going to get drafted in the lottery, and maybe even the early lottery. This season has me thinking that his teammate Brewer has the makings of a better pro but people are going overboard. Aside from a good jumper and maybe 15 pounds of muscle (which he could definitely add) what's he lacking?