If he wasn't taken number 1, which he should. than seattle would have lots of bigs to trade, and in todays nba they'd be very valuable, so I'm sure they could get something out of any of those. Probably wouldn't see them trade collison or wilcox though
2 of those guys hardly play (Sene and Petro). Plus, Swift has been injured all-season, doubt he'll get back to full form - Even if they do have all those Centers? They're gonna pass on one of the projected dominant big men in the future? Ok.
That Would Mean:
Robert Swift(First Round Pick)
Johan Petro(First Round Pick)
Saer Sene(First Round Pick)
Chris Wilcox(A Young Beast)
Nick Collison(Very Good Power Foward)
Why do you mention "First Round Pick" as if that has any bearing on whether they'd draft Oden? If you're a GM and you really have second thoughts about taking Oden because of this, then you don't deserve to be a damn GM. Being a first rounder means squat.. there are more busts in the first round than there are good players. Good GM's know when to cut their losses...
Passing on a franchise player to draft a need will cripple your franchise. Bowie over Jordan ring a bell? Never draft on needs when there are two dynamite players named Oden and Durant in the draft... I don't care if you have Shaq, Duncan, and KG as your frontline. If Oden is there, you take him. PERIOD.
Last edited by junkifunki : 06-18-2007 at 11:13 PM.