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charlotte bobcats Bobcats 1st Round-Pick #2 SF Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

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Lets see how he feels in a couple of seasons.

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MKG would be a solid pick.One of the few safe bets in the draft, brings great D, just needs to develop more on offense.

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I'm not even a UNC fan but i'd rather have Barnes than MKG.....T.Rob should hands down be #2 on everybody's board bump potential you can teach HEART and TOUGHNESS! He is a PROVEN product who brings ENERGY that others FEED off of.

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That depends, if your drafting on safe bets you take Robinson or MKG, based on potential Barnes or Drummond.

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MKG can't even make a damn jumpshot. He's 18, not 10. If you haven't got that basic skill by now you're not gonna "develop" it in the pros.

Drummond or bust. At least he has potential to be a dominant center. If his heart is in it & he works hard he's gonna make NO look silly for taking Davis #1.

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MKG can't even make a damn jumpshot. He's 18, not 10. If you haven't got that basic skill by now you're not gonna "develop" it in the pros.

Nobody ever develops a jump shot after the age of 18?

Jesus Christ man do you give any thought to this sh!t while you're typing it out

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Nobody ever develops a jump shot after the age of 18?

Jesus Christ man do you give any thought to this sh!t while you're typing it out

Name one player who came into the NBA with a god awful jump shot form & no outside range whatsoever & developed into a consistent jump shooter with good form.

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Name one player who came into the NBA with a god awful jump shot form & no outside range whatsoever & developed into a consistent jump shooter with good form.

Well Jason Kidd is the most extreme example I can think of off the top of my head, but plenty of guys struggled before coming in. MKG really isnt that bad, he hit like 25% from 3 point range and 75% on his free throws.

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Well Jason Kidd is the most extreme example I can think of off the top of my head, but plenty of guys struggled before coming in. MKG really isnt that bad, he hit like 25% from 3 point range and 75% on his free throws.

lmao...25% is atrocious

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MKG can't even make a damn jumpshot. He's 18, not 10. If you haven't got that basic skill by now you're not gonna "develop" it in the pros.

Drummond or bust. At least he has potential to be a dominant center. If his heart is in it & he works hard he's gonna make NO look silly for taking Davis #1.

Most of these idiots are hyping "MKG" because they like saying "MKG" and "Kidd-Gilchrist". They'd rather take a chance on someone DEVELOPING A JUMPSHOT instead of someone improving their handle, which is illogical thinking.

Again, the only reason they do, is because they like "MKG/Kidd-Gilchrist's" attitude. They think he's "tough" and "flashy".

He's coooooool.

...SARCASM throughout.

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