Discussion in 'Lakers Discussion' started by Khmrp, May 17, 2017.
he looks like 50
Luol's younger cousin.
He'll definitely be gone by the time our pick goes. DraftExpress has him going in the 11-20 range
Some guys I like at #28 ... not ranked in any order of preference
Bam Adebayo ... unlikely to drop
Ike Anigbogu ... probably no chance after that 7'6" wingspan
About 15 one and done players will go in the 1st round. That's just a crazy number of young talent in this draft. I'm not sure how many will come from overseas, but I'm sure a lot of them are really young too.
Who from this list has youy "it" factor? I like the summary for Wilson, 6'10 with a 7'3 wingspan that hits 3s at a 37% clip is intriguing, I like Jean measurement too but he probably gona stay over seas and jist as skinny as Ingram (I would buy a pick in 2nd rd for Jean if he's there)
I wouldn't say "IT". The only one I see is Ball that has "IT"
I do like Wilson a lot because he's a versatile big that can handle the ball and shoot 3's. I like Lydon a little more than Leaf.
Jeanne, Bell, and Swanigan are risk reward guys to me.
Ike and Bam Bam I think are top 20. I like them for toughness
Didn't you call Leaf a slow white dude earlier after your son lost to Kentucky?
All but 2 of the prospects who worked out today were excellent three-point shooters; we are putting a premium on three-point shooting, and I like it.
We need better spacing for both Ball and Russell to be successful...
This is my guy.
I like Bam too but I think him and Ike are top 20
Well, hopefully like last year, there is a slew of international prospects that get picked up, and we may get a steal.
I forgot about him ... kinda disappeared after the Badger run with Kaminsky. He also hit the big lay up this last tourney. Think he's a tweener
is there maybe a little draymond green potential there? he was a gamer in college, but of the glue guy variety. only 6'7" but a 7'3" wingspan and standing reach of 8'9". 245lbs. i think that guy can play pf in the current nba.
apparently, he struggled as a first option in college, but he'd never be that in the league.
though i suppose the search for the next draymond green might go a bit like the search for the next dirk nowitzki. there's going to be a lot of frog-kissing.
Hayes game is nothing like Draymond