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Zeller Talks Brothers And Jordan

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Link: http://probasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/08/08/cody-zeller-talks-brothers-in-nba-playing-for-jordan-video/

 

I’ll admit that I didn’t really like Cody Zeller going at No. 4 to the Bobcats (soon to be Hornets) when it happened in the draft, that seemed too high. It may still be. But he looked good at Summer League, he was more comfortable away from the basket than I had expected having only seen him play at Indiana (where he seemed anchored in the post). He could be a good fit in Charlotte, where he also could become the young face of the franchise (Michael Kidd-Gilchrist never really grabbed that role).

 

Our own Kay Adams was at the rookie photo card shoot Tuesday and talked with Zeller about playing for Michael Jordan — Zeller doesn’t think he could beat him one-on-one — and having brothers already in the NBA.

 

Note: There is also a video in the link.

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He must get tired of hearing the brothers question because I know I am lol

 

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Especially with him being so humble...

If we're being honest, he is the best out of the three but he is so humble that he isn't going to come out and say so.

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True dat!

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When he talks about Kidd-Gilcrest not becoming the voice of the franchise, I agree. I do think that Kemba could step into that role this year and will improve greatly.

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