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Jakob

Perhaps we are trading into the second?

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For now, Bobcats say they have not acquired a second-round pick. We'll see if that changes.

 

 

*For Now* and *We'll see if that changes* Sounds like something might be in the works, who would you take in the second if we had a pick?

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Cho and co. have been quoted as saying they would like to get back into the first round or second. If not those exact words something very similar. (I hate misquoting people).

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I don't see it happening. And most of the guys I would've wanted are gone. Still like Pierre Jackson, and all the guys from State.

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i hope so

wouldnt mind erick green from vatech.

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Green, Leslie, or Zo would all be nice additions at this point.  I'd rather buy someone's pick than give up next year's 2nd though. 

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Smh... Is it that f'ing hard to buy a pick?

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has that guard from San Diego State been picked yet? I wouldn't mind him

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