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All aboard the Alex Len bandwagon.

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I like Len bc he is not a duplicate of a player on the roster currently. He will add size and offensive ability in the front court which is needed unless Brendan Haywood fans think This is his Olajuwan year!!

All the other attractive prospects are sort of duplicates of Gerald Henderson.

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I like Len bc he is not a duplicate of a player on the roster currently. He will add size and offensive ability in the front court which is needed unless Brendan Haywood fans think This is his Olajuwan year!!

All the other attractive prospects are sort of duplicates of Gerald Henderson.

 

He's something we don't have and really haven't had ever. If Mclemore's not there then I'm loving Len at 4.

 

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I like his game a lot, but I think it'll be a reach at 4. I would hope to trade down and take him a few spots later. Oladipo is the trade bait. Teams will move up for him.

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I like his game a lot, but I think it'll be a reach at 4. I would hope to trade down and take him a few spots later. Oladipo is the trade bait. Teams will move up for him.

 

In this draft where 1-10 all have positives and negatives who's to say what's a reach and what's not.

 

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There is no reach with the top few guys. All of the fugs are development guys minus Burke. ... So why would we not take Burke?

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There is no reach with the top few guys. All of the fugs are development guys minus Burke. ... So why would we not take Burke?

 

If Orlando wanna screw us up by trading down (McLemore not falling to 4), I'd purposely take Burke at 4 and make them have to "TRADE" for him from us.

 

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I'm willing to almost guarantee that Trey Burke will not be the pick...

 

We're trying to develop Kemba into a great player not make him expendable by drafting a player with the same skill set as him.

 

We don't have enough depth or quality starters to start drafting to replace players.

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I'm willing to almost guarantee that Trey Burke will not be the pick...

 

We're trying to develop Kemba into a great player not make him expendable by drafting a player with the same skill set as him.

 

We don't have enough depth or quality starters to start drafting to replace players.

 

I'd pick and trade him.

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I'd pick and trade him.

 

Why not just trade the pick then? I update the Hornets news thread, apparently Minnesota is interested in moving up.

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Why not just trade the pick then? I update the Hornets news thread, apparently Minnesota is interested in moving up.

 

Minnesota (McLemore) and Portland (Oladipo) has shown interests in trading up. But, that's a bit far at 9th and 10th. Who's gonna be there? Let's forget this trade talk.

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