next years draft has the potential to be like Christmas on steroids for the Bobcats.
As unheard of as it is, this is what I'd legitimately like to see: Us trade this first round pick for the first round pick next year of a team like Orlando, Phoenix or Detroit. As unproven as many of these 2014 players are, as many lottery prospects are just coming out of high school, they certainly seem to be more of game changers than either Noel, a defensive specialist or McLemore, a guy with all the tools but not the mindset. It'd would be crazy and realistically, we won't do it, but I'd truly enjoy seeing it. Plus, even if the pick we ended up getting was something like a 2 this year and a mid 1 next year, you'd like to think that a lottery pick from next year, which we'll have for sure, plus a mid first should translate to Andrew Wiggins. That'd help.
wiggins is built more like an SG than SF anyway I think he'd be more successful there. MKG has a solid 35 pounds on him
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Forget Wiggins, we're drafting Kennedy "black Sabonis" Meeks.
" It's rare i listen to people who never been in my position, a caterpillar can't relate to what an eagle envisions"
Was looking through some mock drafts today and a name really caught my eye. Illimane Diop, younger brother of now former Bobcat DeSagana Diop. NBADraft.net has him listed at 6'11 215 and a projected lottery pick at the moment. He averaged 13.2 minutes per game with 4.4 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 0.8 BPG, and 2.5 fouls. Hopefully the Bobcats organization learned their lesson and stays away from Illimane.