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#76 B.B.S

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:30 AM

Wanna bet $100 they don't draft mediocre Robinson?

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:31 AM

If they don't trade the 2nd pick; yes, but I wouldn't get my money anyway so what's the point.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:33 AM

T-Rob not having range is laughable, per 40 he shot 50% from the three point line last year and 67% from the three point line two years ago.

Or does the per 40 only apply to HB"BlackFalcon"40?

Also, to oracle; I never said Zeller would be drafted before HB40 but thanks for putting words in my mouth.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:54 AM

Wanna bet $100 they don't draft mediocre Robinson?


yah ill do it

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:58 AM

They better not do it for just those two picks. They better get those two picks and a player. Or Those two draft picks and a future 1st rounder too.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 01:43 AM

glad somebody got this back on topic

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:48 AM

I mean you could say that its still a pretty good deal, but really its not worth it. From 24-31, theres not so much of a huge drop off from there. Unless you're eying for a Fab Melo to groom as the Center for the future bc of the gap at that position, then I guess its okay to deal the pick.

If the deal was just our no.2 pick for both Cleveland's no.4 and 24, then yes of course why wouldnt we. But I dont like the scenario of just swapping picks evenly. At no. 2, its still a great spot, almost as good as having the no.1 bc you have the ability to choose whoever you like from the 4-5 top players after AD. To just swap picks and let Cleveland literally just having the no. 2 spot is a dream come true for them.

Its better to keep the no.2 and being able to choose exactly who you want out of the 4-5 players after AD. Bc saying, three years down the road, if the player we choose at no. 2 becomes a bust, atleast we as fans knew we kept that no.2 pick and were just unlucky to find a gem. But, to say if we traded that pick and whoever we pick at no.4 bust, now we're going to look back up at the no.3 and no.2 spot to see if any one of those two become stars. And if just one of those two players turn close to being a decent star, we as fans are going to start questioning Cho and MJ for making another stupid move.

But at the end of the day, I think we'll end up keeping it due to not having a legit trade offer from a team. Unless its a Tyreke Evans deal then =). but if its just the Cleveland trade rumors we're seeing here, more than likely its not going to happen. If Cho was serious in trading with Cleveland, he would be bringing in guys here already or plan to bring it asap to workout that are projected to be there at no.24 bc the draft is 6 days away only. And all we have brought in for workouts are high lottery pick prospects, so its a sign that the trade is just a rumor.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 06:02 AM

I think the choice is either Robinson or Barnes for the bobcats. I really cant see them taking MKG at ALL, and seems like Beal isn't a real option.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:51 AM

It didn't complement his talent's cause he can't drive and has no interior game. That is something that Paul Pierce had.


I'm done repeating the obvious, for you. Wings like Barnes don't normally play for Roy for a reason is what the Exec was saying. And yes, UNC has a history of minimizing what their wings show, versus what they end up doing when they get to the NBA.

That'll work in the favor of whoever takes Barnes when he's showing people like you things you didn't expect.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:05 AM

Love barnes.. but the guy has no handle and easily turns it over too often.. it really showed when unc lost to kentucky.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 01:56 PM

I think you always want the highest pick. What are we going to get with a #24 pick? Miles Plumlee? No thanks...

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:59 PM

I think you always want the highest pick. What are we going to get with a #24 pick? Miles Plumlee? No thanks...


The question is whether the Bobcats believe there is no bit of difference between Barnes, Robinson, Beal, and Gilchrist.

If they don't think there is, then they trade #2 for #4 & #24 if that's what they can get, and you pick between whichever two are there at #4.

If they do believe there's a difference, then they may as well pick that person at #2 instead of risking him not being there at #4.

Like I said, if they actually want Barnes, there's no guarantee he'll be there at #4. Cleveland may get him #2 because they wouldn't be criticized for it because they have a good PG who's friends with the guy. If Cleveland picks Beal instead, Washington would likely choose Barnes, and they wouldn't be criticized either, because they have Wall. If the Bobcats had a star PG, they wouldn't be getting ripped as much for the possibility, or maybe they would, since the media seems intent on trying to force the Bobcats to make the lowest-risk, lowest-reward pick, instead of the highest risk, highest reward pick...based on their (the media's) projections.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 04:19 PM

I think you always want the highest pick. What are we going to get with a #24 pick? Miles Plumlee? No thanks...


I'd spend it on Tyler Zeller. He might have reached his ceiling already but he's worth a late round pick. He can contribute from the bench.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 04:40 PM

I'd spend it on Tyler Zeller. He might have reached his ceiling already but he's worth a late round pick. He can contribute from the bench.


Seller going to be gone a long way by then. He may even be a later lottery pick.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 04:40 PM

I'd spend it on Tyler Zeller. He might have reached his ceiling already but he's worth a late round pick. He can contribute from the bench.


Zelller going to be gone a long way by then. He may even be a later lottery pick.


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