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Old 04-29-2007, 09:49 PM   #16
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Default Re: Roy Hibbert and Jeff Green

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I am saying Hib goes before Green.

With Hib being over 7 foot tall, he could help a number of teams. I could really see him going to Chicago. He'd be a great fit - low post scoring and he'd fit in with the young core. Also nobody would go into the paint against them, a 7 footer, along with Ben Wallace.

Green, I see him going 15-25. He could be the Brady Quinn of the NBA draft.
I don't know about Green being the Brady Quinn of the NBA draft but I think Chicago would definitely consider taking Hibbert since they don't exactly have a low post scoring threat on their team. Sacramento could probably use him as well, especially considering Brad Miller's recent decline in production.

But back to Green, I think a team like Portland could use their pick on him if they don't land in the top three. If not him, then maybe Corey Brewer or Julian Wright. That is, unless they want to stick with Darius Miles. Minnesota also seems like a possibility.

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Old 04-30-2007, 04:31 AM   #17
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I think both players are lottery picks. Granted the order stays the same the Bulls are picking at #9. Their only true need is a big center, so I see Hibbert going #9. Green is a little tougher to predict I have him behind fellow wings Julian Wright and Corey Brewer. I could see the 76ers picking him if post players like Hibbert and Hawes are off the board. If not he will definitely go the next pick #13 to the Hornets.
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:59 AM   #18
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who think the Cavs will pick?? what pick # are they....
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Old 04-30-2007, 01:59 PM   #19
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who think the Cavs will pick?? what pick # are they....
They don't have a pick in this draft at all.

22. Charlotte (from Toronto via Cleveland)
24. Phoenix (from Cleveland via Boston)
54. Orlando (from Cleveland)
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they shoulda kept at least 2 we need it...
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Old 05-02-2007, 10:34 AM   #21
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i think at 22 they coulda got at least one quality impact player...
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Old 05-02-2007, 11:03 AM   #22
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Well there's always free agency. Or the Cavs could trade to get some picks. The Cavs need a point guard and this draft is saturated with bigs and shooting guards with only three PGs projected to go in the first round. If they could get a second round pick then they would have a good shot at all of those point guards not name Mike Conley Jr., Acie Law or Javaris Crittenton.
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yea we do need a PG but i think we need a big man more.... the thread about the big man is in the Cavs forum..
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Old 05-06-2007, 03:03 AM   #24
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Never seen someone so proud to be so wrong.

Jeff Green will not slip past the 16th pick in the draft.

19th wouldnt be so bad. or wherever the lakers pick is
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He's listed at 6-9 and he'd be a small forward in the NBA. He's got a pretty good all-around game.
2006-2007 Season averages were

51.3 FG%
77.5 FT%
37.5 3PT%
1 3PTM
14.3 PTS
6.4 REB
3.2 AST
0.8 STL
1.2 BLK
2.6 TO

very standard stats... would do decently in NBA
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very standard stats... would do decently in NBA



Non-standard stats
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Jeff Green was the Big East Player of the Year, MOP of the Big East Tournament and MOP of the NCAA East Region.


The man is a great offensive player. Shooting over 50% from the field while averaging 1 3PTM is not standard. 3.2 assists from a forward in the NCAA is not standard either. If you watch his play in the tournament, there's nothing average about him.
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