As expected, T-Rob blows the competition away in defensive rebounding.
He also shows great scoring numbers.
Zeller and Sullinger sure look good "on paper" vs. NCAA teams....
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Interesting that Plumlee did so well statistically. Never was much of a fan, but he seems to be a pretty intriguing player. Nice size, phenomenal athleticism, and seems to be getting some late first round hype. I thought he'd be getting mid-to-late 2nd round looks and was surprised to see Cho bring him in for a workout. Maybe Cho really is looking at him with that 31 if we take a wing
After reading that the player I think would be great for the Bobcats is Andrew Nicholson - 6'9.5" with a 7'4" wingspan - plus the fact that he is probably the most offensively skilled/refined big in this draft...If we take a wing player with the 2nd Pick - I'd like to find a way to trade back into the first to get Nicholson.
I wouldn't hate it if we took plumlee @ 31.We need a back up for biz and he sure as hell looks like he could be some solid energy off the bench.Although i'm still officially on the scott machado bandwagon for the 2nd round.I think he could be our back up point guard for a long time!
Cho did take Nick Collison and Plumlee is in that same mold....definite possibility, but hopefully more of a fallback option
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If Plumlee had played more than 20ish minutes a game, I wonder if his per 40 stats would look as good.
I know he tested well athletically, but his subpar length scares me a lot. If memory serves, Collison had far superior wingspan and reach.
I also wonder how Royce White would stack up with this bunch. It's interesting that they clumped together him, Kevin Jones, and some other PF's for another smaller study of "forwards", while keeping PF Thomas Robinson on this study with the "big men".