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Draft Express has us taking Miles Bridges at 11.

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I like Bridges and Jonathan Isaac. I'd be pretty happy with either of those guys.

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They'll pick a UNC player, an unheralded international bust project or a gangly PF

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Would love to get Malik Monk

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Robert Williams is an undersized big man with no true position and a boring as hell name. A totally forgettable pick

He's our man

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21 minutes ago, Carl Spackler said:

Robert Williams is an undersized big man with no true position and a boring as hell name. A totally forgettable pick

He's our man

He's actually coming back to school at A&M.  So, he's out.  

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21 minutes ago, Carl Spackler said:

Robert Williams is an undersized big man with no true position and a boring as hell name. A totally forgettable pick

He's our man

 

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Wouldn't mind Jarrett Allen from Texas.  Kid could be a stud, especially under Ewings wing.  

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How is Bridges shot?

I haven't watched any college ball, but I saw him against Kansas the other day.

Bridges seemed like a great athlete that played a little out of control, and would sometimes just throw the ball at the rim while being more concerned about initiating contact.

Jackson was burying shots over him too, although some of that may just have been good shooting as Bridges seemed to stay close to him.


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44 minutes ago, Wundrbread33 said:

How is Bridges shot?

I haven't watched any college ball, but I saw him against Kansas the other day.

Bridges seemed like a great athlete that played a little out of control, and would sometimes just throw the ball at the rim while being more concerned about initiating contact.

Jackson was burying shots over him too, although some of that may just have been good shooting as Bridges seemed to stay close to him.


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He was 56-144 from three this season, about 39%. His shot is good but not exceptional, though who knows what an NBA shooting coach could do for the guy.

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