2023 NBA Draft

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  1. KSF-ERIC

    KSF-ERIC Well-Known Member

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    Shall we tank again?
     
  2. Mediocre Man

    Mediocre Man Mr. SportsTwo

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    He’s the prize
     
  3. PCmor7

    PCmor7 Generational Poster

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    Do we have a choice?
     
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  4. Chris Craig

    Chris Craig (Blazersland) I'm Your Huckleberry Staff Member Global Moderator Moderator

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    Why? So we can draft him, develop him, and then trade him for nothing.
     
  5. theprunetang

    theprunetang Bow down before Simons; basketball Jesus.

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    Honestly, we probably won't be very good next season. Kind of happy there is a possibility of a generational talent. Maybe.
     
  6. Chris Craig

    Chris Craig (Blazersland) I'm Your Huckleberry Staff Member Global Moderator Moderator

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    We wont be bad enough to get him
     
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  7. Hoopguru

    Hoopguru spent money on booze broads boats wasted rest

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    Sure that's not Chet?
     
  8. CJ_is_Gone

    CJ_is_Gone Active Member

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    Most definitely better than Chet.
    Has a much better frame (one where he can add muscle to) & he's MUCH more fluid in his motions.
     
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  9. WesleyMatthews

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    He can make some difficult low percentage shots.

    Is he a tall version of CJ?

    Not looking forward to wasting a whole year at the chance of getting him. But probably no better alternative.
     

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