logically its way too early to discuss a re-do, only a year after it was done and when we really have no clue what type of player marvin williams will end up becoming...but we are hoops junkies...so lets give it a try, for fun.
..i got the idea becasue i said Lenus Kleza would be taken in the top 15 if the draft were re-done, and some cat disagreed with me and posted his own list. here it is:
this list sucks. but sucky lists always garner more attention/debate. Lenua Kleza should be ahead of Blache, Graham and Garcia for sure...McCants is too high after the microfracture
...green and bynum should be higher. they were drafted for potential and they showed potential, so they're on the right track.
granger is too high. hes overrated becasue peopel say hes so underrated. hes an average cat. decent player, nothing special.
that list is messed up....vilenueva would definelty be a top 3 pick...everyone knew he had talent but he was able to show his determination and will this year...i think i remember him scoring 48 pts in a game as a rookie this year
I put that list but that wasn't my order. I just remembered the order and just wrote it. Here's my real list.
ps. Lenus Kleiza isn't on it lmao.
1. Chris Paul
2. Andrew Bogut
3. Charlie Villanueva
4. Raymond Felton
5. Marvin Williams
6. Deron Williams
7. Danny Granger
8. Channing Frye
9. Gerald Green
10. Ike Diogu
11. Rashad McCants
12. Andrew Bynum
13. Joey Graham
14. Francisco Garcia
15. Johan Petro
16. Hakim Warrick
17. Andray Blatche
Bogut would still go #1. He's still a skilled 7' center who played well in his rookie year, and you can't ignore the needs of the team who was picking. Unless this is just a list of who the best players are in order.
Maybe if we knew that we could trade Mason for Magloire and Ford for Villanueva, it would make sense to not draft Bogut and go PG instead.
Also, Utah still takes a point guard there. Ok, I give up - you guys are just listing who you think the best players are.