Right, my bad. I personally think if we get at least the #3 pick, we'll be ok.
Honestly there are alot of players that I wouldnt mind getting considering the fact that unless we get the top pick this player is going to be a role player. So I would love to get a top three pick but if we dont it wont be the end of the world.
After drafting point guards who can't shoot (Kyle Lowry in 2006 and Mike Conley Jr. in 2007), the Grizzlies are looking at drafting one who can. They're high on Stephen Curry as a potential point guard and could get him if they land the No. 6 pick, as projected. He's the best shooter in the draft, even if his lack of size and quickness has raised some concerns. "He doesn't guard, so he'd fit right in with the Knicks," said one scout
Exactly what I was thinking. He shot 40 percent from beyond the arc this year, that includes the terrible start he got off to, I don't know what it went up to when he had the green light from Hollins.
Conley is fine, he's only played 2 years and was injured most of his rookie season and suffered under a bad coach for his first year and a half.
Drafting Curry above the 8th or so spot is just a terrible move for the Grizzlies.
Finally someone is helping back conley. Everyone I talk to about the guy always talks bad about him. Then when I ask them if they saw conley play after hollins took over. They always say no. Then when I ask them what they think our pg needs to average for the grizz to be successful. They always tell me 13-15 ppg 6-7 apg and shoot around 40%. And I always get mad because thats just about where conleys stats were at if not better when hollins took over.
He deserves one more full season before we trade him.