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  1. #41
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    http://www.nbadraft.net/2018mock_draft

    Updated NBADraft mock has us taking Troy Brown (frosh) with Khyri at 19.
    Inching back towards the wagon...slowly...


  2. #42
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    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...ior-to-lottery

    And B/R says Simons (age 19 IMG Academy)
    Inching back towards the wagon...slowly...


  3. #43
    The rich get richer.

    In the lottery tonight, if the Lakers move up to #1 or (or don't move up), Philly gets the pick. If the Lakers move up to 2 or 3, Boston gets it.

    Whichever team loses out on it gets the Kings #1 pick next year (as long as its not #1 overall).


  4. #44
    There are a few people I like in this draft. My #1 choice that we would somehow need to move up for is that Villanova kid Mykal Bridges. I like him like I liked Paul George years ago. I know it's a dream.

    I like the Oregon kid Troy Brown. What about a flier on that Musa kid from Bosnia?

    I really like that Robert Williams from Texas A&M as an inside compliment to Towns. Hard to go there though since we need wing help so badly and a future replacement for Wiggins if it comes to that.

    What about Kevin Knox from Kentucky if he's there?

    Lastly, I think you have to consider Dante DiVincinzo from Villanova too. He seems to be a smart, athletic guy who can shoot.


  5. #45
    Draft order:

    1. Suns
    2. Kings
    3. Hawks
    4. Grizzlies
    5. Mavericks
    6. Magic
    7. Bulls
    8. Cavaliers
    9. Knicks
    10. Sixers
    11. Hornets
    12. Clippers
    13. Clippers
    14. Nuggets


  6. #46
    Complete First Round Draft Order:

    1. Phoenix Suns
    2. Sacramento Kings
    3. Atlanta Hawks
    4. Memphis Grizzlies
    5. Dallas Mavericks
    6. Orlando Magic
    7. Chicago Bulls
    8. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Nets)
    9. New York Knicks
    10. Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers (from Lakers)
    11. Charlotte Hornets
    12. Los Angeles Clippers (from Pistons)
    13. Los Angeles Clippers
    14. Denver Nuggets
    15. Washington Wizards
    16. Phoenix Suns (from Heat)
    17. Milwaukee Bucks
    18. San Antonio Spurs
    19. Atlanta Hawks (from Wolves)
    20. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Thunder)
    21. Utah Jazz
    22. Chicago Bulls (from Pelicans)
    23. Indiana Pacers
    24. Portland Trail Blazers
    25. Los Angeles Lakers (from Cavaliers)
    26. Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers
    27. Boston Celtics
    28. Golden State Warriors
    29. Brooklyn Nets (from Raptors)
    30. Atlanta Hawks (from Rockets)


  7. #47
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    http://www.nbadraft.net/2018mock_draft

    Lonnie Walker mocked to us. Khyri to SAS.
    Inching back towards the wagon...slowly...


  8. #48
    So....basically we had to give up Rubio for Adreian Payne..

    This franchise...


  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by WunderWolf View Post
    So....basically we had to give up Rubio for Adreian Payne..

    This franchise...
    Yea. Much love for Flip but he was still too old school when he came back into the fold and relied on word of mouth from Izzo on that one. We also had no real scouting operations that had any track record of success so the organization is to blame in general as well but that's a trainwreck of a trade. It's near Sam Cassell and a 1st for Marko Jaric levels. At least we didn't pay Payne.


  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by The Country Club View Post
    http://www.nbadraft.net/2018mock_draft

    Lonnie Walker mocked to us. Khyri to SAS.
    Thankfully nbadraft.net is the worst. What a horrible pick that would be...


  11. #51
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    Yeah, now that the lottery is over, the "real mocks" can begin factoring team need. Granted, being at 20 means that we couldn't have moved, so they may have been factoring that in already, but there could be a player that falls from above that the mocks have us picking instead.


  12. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEvine View Post
    Thankfully nbadraft.net is the worst. What a horrible pick that would be...
    It'd be a very Wolves pick. Say "experience" and draft a frosh.
    Inching back towards the wagon...slowly...


  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by The Country Club View Post
    It'd be a very Wolves pick. Say "experience" and draft a frosh.
    I have no problem drafting a freshman. I just want a good one. Walker looks like a 2nd round pick to me.


  14. #54
    With DX being defunct, this is a pretty good breakdown of a TON of players.

    Warning: They may tend to make a whole lot of players out to be potential stars...but still solid stuff.

    https://nbadraft.theringer.com/?view=deep


  15. #55
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    https://twitter.com/DWolfsonKSTP/sta...01183430991873

    We're going to interview the kid that's skipping college outright among a total of 10 at the combine.
    Inching back towards the wagon...slowly...


  16. #56
    Anyone watch much of Kansas? What about Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk with our 2nd rounder? He shot over 40% from 3 for career in college (over 44% this yr on 6.6 attempts per game) and has good size for a SG at 6'8". I know nothing of his D though. A potential specialist catch and shoot 3 pt shooter? At that point in the 2nd round there's no perfect prospect.


  17. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by dschroeder01 View Post
    Anyone watch much of Kansas? What about Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk with our 2nd rounder? He shot over 40% from 3 for career in college (over 44% this yr on 6.6 attempts per game) and has good size for a SG at 6'8". I know nothing of his D though. A potential specialist catch and shoot 3 pt shooter? At that point in the 2nd round there's no perfect prospect.
    I'm a big fan. I like him more than Grayson Allen. I hope he lasts til our 2nd rounder. I don't think he's going to be a great defender but he reminds of the Bogdonovic in Indiana. He's tough and competes which is all you can ask for from a bench guy. Add in his shooting and he's a long time NBA player. There are quite a few guys on the Ringers mock that I like in that area that would have been our 3rd best wing this season.

    I think this is the guy we should hope falls along with Khyri Thomas. They both have potential beyond a 20 pick. Hopefully he doesn't shoot well in workouts. He has Kawhi potential.

    https://twitter.com/DraftExpress/sta...30294837141504
    Last edited by Cory; 05-17-2018 at 10:24 AM.


  18. #58
    I likely say this every year but get another 2nd rounder. Here are guys that could help that are in the Ringer's mock - https://nbadraft.theringer.com/

    Melvin Frazier - 31
    Rawle Alkins - 34
    Grayson Allen - 38
    Jarred Vanderbilt - 40
    Landry Shamet - 41
    Kevin Huerter - 42'
    Justin Jackson - 46
    Josh Okogie - 47
    Gary Trent Jr - 48
    Isaac Bonga - 49
    Devon Hall - 50
    Vince Edwards - 51
    Tony Carr - 55
    Svi Mykhailiuk - UD

    There are a handful of other guys, Mo Wagner, Devonte Graham, Jalen Brunson, in the 2nd but they probably don't fit here unless Tyus and Gorgui are dealt. There will be some players that come out of this 2nd round. Only way to have a shot is to get a few more bullets in the chamber.


  19. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by Cory View Post
    I think this is the guy we should hope falls along with Khyri Thomas. They both have potential beyond a 20 pick. Hopefully he doesn't shoot well in workouts. He has Kawhi potential.

    https://twitter.com/DraftExpress/sta...30294837141504
    He measured only 6'4 in shoes, so that may cause him to drop to us:

    Dean Demakis@deanondraft
    57m57 minutes ago

    Disappointing measurements:
    Zhaire 6'4" in shoes
    Trae 6'1.75" in shoes + 6'3" wingspan
    Kenrich 6'7.25" wingspan
    Jerome Robinson 6'7.25" wingspan
    Svi 6'7.75" in shoes with 6'4.75" (lol) wingspan


  20. #60
    Mo Bamba standing reach: 9’7.5
    Mo Bamba wingspan: 7’10"

    Rudy Gobert standing reach: 9’7
    Rudy Gobert wingspan: 7’8.5"



 

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