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Old 06-21-2006, 05:25 PM   #16
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PG
1-Marcus Williams
2-Quincy Douby
3-Darius Washington Jr.
4-Kyle Lowry
5-Rajoun Rondo

SG
1-Brandon Roy
2-JJ Redick
3-Randy Foye
4-Ronnie Brewer
5-Shannon Brown

SF
1-Rudy Gay
2-Adam Morrison
3-Rodney Carney
4-Marcus Vinicius
5-Shawne Williams

PF
1-Andrea Bargnani
2-Tyrus Thomas
3-LaMarcus Aldridge
4-Cedrick Simmons
5-Sheldon Williams

C
1-Patrick O'Bryant
2-Mouhamed Saer Sene
3-Hilton Armstrong
4-Kevin Pitsnogle
5-Josh Boone


LOL Quincy Douby, and Shelden Williams. Actually the whole thing is funny. Nice satire.
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:48 PM   #17
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LOL Quincy Douby, and Shelden Williams. Actually the whole thing is funny. Nice satire.

Have you ever seen Quincy Douby play and Shelden Williams was one of the top interior players in college last year. If you want to laugh at that then lets here your top players big guy.
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Old 06-22-2006, 01:31 AM   #18
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Your top players are pathetic. How can you have Sheldon Williams 1 and Tyrus Thomas 4. Granted Williams was a better college player but Thomas has much more athleticism and upside. I'm not even going to say anything about Leon Powe being higher than Thomas. Ooops, Leone Powe is actually 6-6 and won't have a chance going up against real power fowards. Aldridge is 230 pounds and has no chnace of playing Center in the pros. Maybe if you knew anything about basketball Quincy Douby was the best scorer in the best conference in America and should be a lottery pick.
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Old 06-22-2006, 03:01 AM   #19
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I can understand Morrison ahead of Redick, but can Morrison do so much more than Redick?
I seriously doubt Redick will be an all-star but I can seem him being a good player for a number of years. Rip Hamilton managed to do it.

:rollingeyes: 1st off, Rip Hamilton is 6'7", like Reggie Miller, one screen gets him a look.

JJ is a short 6'4", decent release, and would eat up shot clock time trying to get a shot off multiple screens, no NBA team top to bottom will waste time f#@kin with that.

Second, Morrison can create his own shots on the college level, something Redick was never great @...

...and Morrison will also be able to create his own shots @ NBA level, Morrison is actually deceptively quick, has an array of moves, and @ the 2 or 3, has the potential to be an all-star within 3-5 years.

Redick has 0% chance of ever being an all-star @ all....ever.....

I would actually go out on a limb and say Morrison's full court ball handling is as good as Redick's, and Morrison will grab 6-7rpg in the NBA...

They are both great open shooters, but only one will be a great shooter in the NBA, due to his creativity, size, ability to shoot in traffic, ability to shoot runners, oh god, Morrison's runners , off balance to the left/right, etc.

Morrison is 6'8", and more creative than Redick, as well as, dare I say, slightly quicker off the dribble.

JJ Redick is trash @ the pro level. Great college career tho...
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Redick measured out to be just under 6'5 in shoes. That's a good size for a two guard. Not short at all.
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Old 06-22-2006, 11:24 AM   #21
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Hows this for JJ Reddick comparisons. He will be at least Mike Miller and his max potential is Ray Allen. Redick played a lot like Allen in college and at 6'5'' he improved his driving skills and defense. If he is just Mike Miller than he will allways have a place on an NBA roster.
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Redick won't be trash at the next level... It's amazing how many people look at him without seeing talent and potential... Take one of the best shooters in the last decade of drafts, put him on a team with a good C and either SF or PG, and he will light it up. I think in five years, he'll be averaging 25 per game..

And then you guys make Morrison look like a God... I doubt he'll get more than 5 boards per game over his career in the NBA, probably more like 3 or 4. And frankly, JJ could have averaged 40 per game if he wasn't so unselfish.. That quality in him is similar to that of Dwayne Wade. Morrison actually shot probably more than half the time he had the ball... And still only averaged about the same as JJ...

And then there's JJ's "slump" in the playoffs... If you credit anyone, it should be the PG. Paulus, a FRESHMAN (although he has great upside for when he enters the draft). JJ still averaged above 20 in his "slump." The only problem I see in him is his defense, but that can be improved upon without too much difficulty.

IMO, Redick will stun you doubters in a couple years...

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Old 06-24-2006, 01:55 AM   #23
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There is no doubt JJ will be one of the best shooters in the NBA but he needs to be on a good team. If he ends up on the Bobcats where he has to do it all, he will be shut down by more athletic defenders and double teams. However, if he goes to a solid team that has more pressing issues than Reddick, he will drain open 3s all day. Keep in mind in the NBA Reddick will be taking less bad 3s and more open ones increasing his percentage.
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Old 06-24-2006, 03:06 PM   #24
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The projected 1st round picks in this draft dont real stick out so it is really hard to rank the best draft prospects at each spot. The rise of unknown Joel Freelander into the first round projections proves this point. The value of a top 5 lotto pick in 2007 with Greg Oden, Joaquim Noah, and others is higher than anything this year. I dont see teams making any blockbuster trades for any of these draft picks.
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