"How does the defendant plead?" "Not Guilty, your BONGO."
Okay, seriously though. I think BJ Young looks like a good prospect as a player. NBA player. Players.
Short list at #14: CJ McCollum, Dennis Schroeder, Archie Goodwin, Kelly Olynyk
Short list at #21: Steven Adams, Giannis Adetokunbo, Sergey Karasev, Nate Wolters
2nd round: Carmichael, Hardaway Jr., Adonis Thomas, James Southerland
I do not care what PG we get in the draft as long as they can play some defense. Our backcourt defense is HORRIBLE. I hope none of our PGs are back next year. Draft Burke/Smart/MCW/BJ Young/Kabango, as long as Tinsley and Watson are gone.
Freakazoid = Matt Harpring. Just ask him - he won't deny it.
My Dream Draft '13: Trey 'Black Jesus' Burke & Glen Robinson III
My "back to reality" Draft '13 Dennis Schroeder aka "German General" & Giannis Adetokunbo aka "Greek Freak"
I'm still for drafting bpa .. and don't like the idea of drafting two of them .. unless they're damn close to bpa anyway.
Sandy Braille wrote: Scrodum to Penes!!!! ALLEY-OOP!!! U Gotta Love It Baby!!!
One sleeper point guard prospect that I really like is Nate Wolters from South Dakota St. Wolters is 6'4 and 193 lbs, he is a senior and his averages on the year are 22.2 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 5.5 APG, and 1.8 SPG. Granted he is from South Dakota St., but those are very good numbers and his team is tied for first-place in the Summit Conference and if they can win their conference tournament they will be in the NCAA Tournament. The best team they have played is currently ranked #15 New Mexico and they did beat them 70-65, in that game Wolters had 28 pts off of (9-15) shooting from the field, 7 asts, and 5 rebs. Wolters had one of the best games of his life on Thursday beating IPFW 80-74, he had 53 pts off of (17-28) from the field including (9-14) from three and 4 rebs, 3 asts. Wolters is pretty athletic and can definitely shoot the ball, plus he is averaging 5.5 assists per game which isn't bad, needs to improve on his quickness a little bit though. Jazz currently have #18, #22, and #48 according to nbadraft.net and their mock draft(updated two days ago) has Wolters going #36. It will be interesting to see if his draft stock rises enough for him to be a late-first round pick or if he stays a consistent second-round pick in the 35-50 area.
If the Jazz added WCS, Saric and Wolters through the draft I would forgive the team for putting me through the last 2.5 years.
If he is there at #48, that would be perfect, but I should have specified better, if Smart, MCW, Burke, McCollum, and Kabongo are somehow all taken at #22 assuming we got a small forward at #18 then you have to consider reaching for Wolters maybe. In reality the point guard that will be there at #18 that I would love the Jazz to take is C.J. McCollum or Burke might fall or the Jazz might slip into the lottery then there is a good chance for Burke and maybe even MCW.
Jazz need to get McCollum with their pick or Kabongo with the GS pick, assuming Burke isn't there or the Jazz start losing and end up in the lottery.
After watching the McCollum highlights, I thought he looked pretty good... granted anyone looks good in highlights.