Not a good comparison imo
With that said id still take Wiggins over Parker as his combination of skill and athletic ability makes him a better overall player.
Last edited by DashGlobal; 02-16-2013 at 02:41 AM.
McLemore or Muhammed are good picks
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The Bobcats should probably get Mclemore with the first pick being that he is a very unique combination of shooting ability and athleticism. He has good length too and is the ideal height for a 2. Just has tons of potential and can help them right from the start on both sides of the ball. He is the best player available and could fill a gaping hole at the 2 if Henderson walks as the Bobcats have to get rid of Ben Gordon now. They should then use the Portland pick to get a big. I really like Mullens at the 4 as he continues to get better throughout the season and Biyombo is a great defender but other than that they are very thin in the front court. I'd take Isaiah Austin if he's still on the board. He and Mullens are both interchangeable at the 4 and 5. And Austin has great potential but the Bobcats will have to be patient with his development as he bulks up and increases his skill. Kelly Olynyk is another option although he is almost purely an offensive player albeit a great and versatile one. He can't rebound and is a liability on defense, both due to his nearly non-existent athleticism. Either that or go Nerlens Noel with the first pick and take Victor Oladipo with the Portland pick.
Oladipo wont be there with the Portland pick
All depends on who's draft board you're looking at. Some boards i've seen have him in the top ten others have him at the bottom of the draft lottery. The tournament will determine where everyone falls in the end.
Oladipo is rising and rising fast. Will be gone. You can bank on it.