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Dorian Gray

McBuckets and TJ Warren both working out for team Saturday

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Should be an interesting day tomorrow.  The full list of Saturday workouts:

 

Jermaine Marshall – Arizona State

Doug McDermott – Creighton
Roberto Nelson – Oregon State
T.J. Warren – North Carolina State
Travis Wear – UCLA
Brandon Young – DePaul

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Sweet! I like TJW too. #9 might be too high though

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If TJ gets that jumper going he is going to be a beast. I would not mind taking him at 9. 

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I'm a State guy but I wouldn't take TJ at 9. His outside shot is too inconsistent at the moment and a lot if his "garbage" baskets aren't going to come as easy in the league.

But with that said if he's there at 24 then they should run to the podium with the card with his name on it.

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Warren could be the pick at #24. I'd take him at #9 if it means we don't take McDerp

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Warren's mid range game is just as good as McDermott's (he showed that at the workout), his perimeter game is not very good, below average in my opinion.

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TJ Warren's game is more like Morrison than McDermott's.  Streaky perimeter shooter, but makes a living in mid-range and driving to the basket and shooting floaters in traffic.  That is how Morrison made his living at Gonzaga.

 

Having said that I think TJW will be much better than Morrison in the NBA, not that that is saying much.  But I am a believer in TJW

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I realize we all like to poo on Adam Morrison, but he was actually well on his way to being a productive NBA player before he blew out his knee, missed an entire season, and lost most of his quickness (and he didnt start out with much)

 

I mean he wasnt going to be an all-star or anything, but he could have been the first or second guy off the bench

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I realize we all like to poo on Adam Morrison, but he was actually well on his way to being a productive NBA player before he blew out his knee, missed an entire season, and lost most of his quickness (and he didnt start out with much)

 

I mean he wasnt going to be an all-star or anything, but he could have been the first or second guy off the bench

 

 

Most forget his first season wasn't all that bad production wise, his knee going out ruined his career. Just no one knew it at the time and expected him to play similar with a better FG% then he did as a rookie and it never happened. 

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