this draft may seem weak compared to last year.. but after the top 3 rubio thabeet.. most of the top 25 are overrated ;) am not saying the guys ive mentioned that they should be in top 25 but they are undervalued as of this moment..
Last edited by veilside23 : 05-23-2009 at 10:58 PM.
1)Austin Daye-easily the most upside of anyone in the draft. If he reaches his potential WOW!
2)BJ Mullens-7 foot athletic centers don't come around much he is the type of player you can build a franchise around. As a top 10 pick I would be scared but where he will probably be picked could be a steal.
3)Danny Green-long athletic defender who does nothing great but everything good. He is going to make some team very happy.
2 I Like:
Austin Daye-6'10 Durant clone who never took the next step in college as a player, if he reaches his potential he will be very good.
Aaaron Jackson-Clearly one of the best PG's in the 2009 NBA Draft, proved it at the Portsmouth Invitational where he showed great command at PG and ran an offense of basically strangers.Underrated due to playing at Duquesne, Good scorer who can create his shot and has range out to 25 feet.
But the best sleepers in the Draft:
Last edited by Interminator : 05-29-2009 at 10:35 AM.
At the tallest I'd give him 6'3.5", I've seen him next to Mark Tyndale and they were the exact same height. Tyndale was also listed 6'5" at Temple and didn't even measure 6'3" at the combine. I know you cant tell just by looking at them standing next to each other but he's not 6'5". He may be 6'4" in shoes.