There was no BPA this year. You had about 4-5 guys that could all have been taken number 1. They all had question marks and redflags. I was not surprised in the least when Bennett went first. He has a chance to be elite offensively with his skill set.
Noel is rail skinny, raw offensively, and with injury concerns / history. Not shocking he fell.
I actually like Jabari more than wiggins so if we didn't get wiggy I wouldn't be crying..
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well, dream is somewhat of a misnomer here. My dream is that the team is good enough to not get Wiggins, but obviously that's who I want with our pick. Second is Julius Randle.
With Detroit's, GR3 or Selden... Selden's a stretch, as he'll likely go earlier, especially considering the fact that our Detroit pick will almost definitely be in the mid-teens, but whatever. Dream big. I think GR3 is the biggest sleeper in this draft.
If he somehow fell, Semaj Christon with Portland's. Kid's going to be a beast, even with Kemba at PG. I'm also really big on Noah Vonleh. I think he's going to be a huge surprise.
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Jabari Parker and Wayne Selden. That is all.
Dante Exum, Gary Harris, AJ Hammons in first round and Dwight Powell in 2nd.
Very intrigued by AJ Hammons, as a freshman last year at Purdue he averaged 10.6 PPG, 6 RPG, and 2 BPG. Shot 49.5% from field and 68% from the line. He's listed at 7' and 251, so he should be good to go size wise playing in the NBA right away.