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    Default Re: Biggest fail of the night goes to...

    Ben mclemore is the much safer pick. They need a scorer, and a go to guy.

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    I will go with the nets, they ****ing got robbed in return they got bunch of oldies

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    I don't think it made sense for the Bobcats to pick Noel when they already have Bismack Biyombo. Plus, the knee was a valid concern. McLemore would have made more sense.

    That being said, isn't Zeller considered the best low post scorer in the draft? I know the Bobcats needs shooters, but they also need desperately need low post scoring.

    I don't think it's a bad pick at all. Time will tell.

    Plus, there is no franchise player in this years draft.

    Bobcats will be in position to get a top 3 pick next year anyway, and may win the Wiggins sweepstakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMKM
    The Lakers. Despite being so depleted at guard that they couldn't even bring the ball down court in the post season....with Myck Kabongo on the board mind you...they draft the slowest forward they can find. That is blind stupidity I could have thrown a dart and hit a more appropriate pick.
    No. They are without kobe until november at least they need a swingman. And MWP is most likely on his way.

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    Default Re: Biggest fail of the night goes to...

    Jordan loves that white-man work ethic.

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    Wasn't that bad of a pick. Gasol-lite.

    The problem is that they are the Bobcats. Where that team is now, you need to take a high risk/high reward type of player. Drummond last year, Noel this year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leftimage
    Jordan loves that white-man work ethic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy
    No. They are without kobe until november at least they need a swingman. And MWP is most likely on his way.
    So Ryan Kelly is going to play the 3 in the NBA....that is without a doubt the slowest least athletic small forward in the league. Lakers are lottery bound next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudge
    Kemba Walker
    Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
    Andrew Wiggins
    Bismack Biyombo
    Cody Zeller
    GG Or at least I am hoping hahaha

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    Default Re: Biggest fail of the night goes to...

    people calling the celtics losers or fail of the night don't realize that they would have been in a same position in a years time but without the ability to stockpile of assets.

    Boston is not a FA destination so the only way to rebuild is to stockpile assets and make the necessary move for a star player when the time is right. This trade is similar to Walker to Dal for Raef in that regard which allowed to get Jeferson (because the team won 36 games instead of the 40's which they were projected, also part of the KG deal), West (part of Allen deal) and Tony Allen (solid contributor on contending teams from 08-10)

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