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Old 10-23-2006, 12:15 AM   #16
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I would say the 2003 draft is slowly becoming an up and comer draft with the likes of Lebron, Carmelo, D-Wade, & Bosh.
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Old 10-23-2006, 11:36 AM   #17
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id say give it a few more years, then i think it will be the best
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Old 10-24-2006, 10:48 PM   #18
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gotta be 2003
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Old 01-12-2007, 08:27 AM   #19
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the 2004 draft certainly has what it takes to become one of the most exciting drafts, with Dwight, Okafor, Childress, Livingston, JR and Josh Smith, Gordon and a bunch of other good players still coming through.

But in terms of the best its got to be the 1984, It has 3 future legends in Olajuwon, Jordan and Stockton, it has one guy who would be a great player in Sam Bowie if he hadn't of gotten injured, and you have solid players through out the draft, Kevin Willis player until he was 42 which is huge. That draft is the best ever. The 2003 one is shaping up to be pretty good, but they will probaly end up about the same as the 1984 one, they have the three top guys (Carmelo, LeBron, Dwyane) and they got them solid players (Bosh, Hinrich) but they have some pretty weak picks as well (Darko, Reece Gaines, Hayes, Sweetney).. thats why i think that the 1984 one is better.
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Old 01-14-2007, 11:45 AM   #20
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I think 2003 class includes 4 Hall of Famers (LeBron, Wade, Carmelo, Bosh).
Bosh is still really young player, and he is improving in daily basis.
If you can averge 20 and 10 for 5-7 years and 1-2 titles also, then you propably are going to be Hall of Famer.
Wade already got Championship and there will like 4-5 years when he is going be in that level. Then propably some athletic goes away and he is going to be the guy, who averges 13points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists for his second part of carreer. But i think he can put together 3-4 Championship titles because he is really smart player.
LeBron is no brainer, probaly he his Hall of Famer already, just needs couple of Championship titles to back this up.
I really feel bad for Carmelo this season, he was playing so well and then it was that brawl. I really hope that he can get back to business with same level what he definetely had before brawl.
Carmelo Anthony needs Championship titles to be Hall of Famer.

And there is also a lot guys who can back this 4 up.

PGs like TJ. Ford, Luke Ridnour, Mo Williams, Kirk Hinrich.

Josh Howard, David West, Chris Kaman, Mickael Pietrus, Boris Diaw, Leandro Barbosa, Luke Walton, Jason Kapono is playing well alongside of Wade.
Kyle Korver is good. Nick Collison is solid.
Darko has definetely talent to be good.

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Old 01-14-2007, 06:29 PM   #21
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my favorite draft ever has to be between 1993 and 1996. with 2003 a close third.

i think the worst draft was 2000
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