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    Quote Originally Posted by Weezur View Post
    Nate Wolters.

    Anyone know anything about him?
    http://weareutahjazz.com/2013/02/08/...t-point-guard/
    Slow, white skilled and is a gamer. Not as athletic as Jimmer but he is 6'4" or 6'5".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weezur View Post
    Apparently he scored 53. Saw a few youtube clip and didn't like his game that much....passed up a few PnR assists for long range jumpers. Also only averages 5.5 assists for 38 minutes which is meh.
    Then again I was completely wrong about Lillard so what do I know about college players.
    What I like is his legit shot, his good height for a PG and I think he has more PG potential than someone like McCullom.

    One other thing, I would like to see Hayward, Burks and a PG with a shot that must be respected, on the court at the same time. Keep Favors as a rim protector and Knter as a rebounder and I think that is a good starting five. I think Wolters fits into that scenrio.

    My biggest reason for Wolters is the reach factor. I would lik to see the two Urdu Lund picks used on BPA instead of tryingo fill a hole. Wolters in round two is low risk high reward.

    Like I have mentioned recently, my ideal draft would be WCS, Saric and Wolters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qman View Post
    Slow, white skilled and is a gamer. Not as athletic as Jimmer but he is 6'4" or 6'5".
    Or we could go with this.
    Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.

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    I was watching some cbb with my little brother that doesn't know much about bb.

    He commented that Isaiah Austin was really tall. Tifwiw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qman View Post
    Slow, white skilled and is a gamer. Not as athletic as Jimmer but he is 6'4" or 6'5".
    Quote Originally Posted by orangello View Post
    What I like is his legit shot, his good height for a PG and I think he has more PG potential than someone like McCullom.

    One other thing, I would like to see Hayward, Burks and a PG with a shot that must be respected, on the court at the same time. Keep Favors as a rim protector and Knter as a rebounder and I think that is a good starting five. I think Wolters fits into that scenrio.

    My biggest reason for Wolters is the reach factor. I would lik to see the two Urdu Lund picks used on BPA instead of tryingo fill a hole. Wolters in round two is low risk high reward.

    Like I have mentioned recently, my ideal draft would be WCS, Saric and Wolters.
    Yeah for a 2nd round pick he isn't bad. Let's just go Kahn on this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM View Post
    I was watching some cbb with my little brother that doesn't know much about bb.

    He commented that Isaiah Austin was really tall. Tifwiw.
    Say Hi to him for us.
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    Hey, Isaiah!! JazzFanz says Wussup!
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    CFF is baus

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    So I was just watching clips with my wife and we both agree that anyone with the name "Bazz" will be a bust or coach killer.
    Last edited by orangello; 02-11-2013 at 10:53 PM.
    Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.

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    Does this remind anyone else's brother of Isaiah and Trey?

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    Kentucky made it back into the Top-25 today, they are #25!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nothingbutnet View Post
    Kentucky made it back into the Top-25 today, they are #25!
    Bro, don't you know saying things like that is blasphemy around these parts?
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    Does Kentucky have sanctions on them or something? Is that why they don't have any good players?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hack View Post
    Does Kentucky have sanctions on them or something? Is that why they don't have any good players?
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangello View Post
    What I like is his legit shot, his good height for a PG and I think he has more PG potential than someone like McCullom.

    One other thing, I would like to see Hayward, Burks and a PG with a shot that must be respected, on the court at the same time. Keep Favors as a rim protector and Knter as a rebounder and I think that is a good starting five. I think Wolters fits into that scenrio.

    My biggest reason for Wolters is the reach factor. I would lik to see the two Urdu Lund picks used on BPA instead of tryingo fill a hole. Wolters in round two is low risk high reward.

    Like I have mentioned recently, my ideal draft would be WCS, Saric and Wolters.
    What's the deal with Saric? Quick look at stats and nothing really stood out. 7point per game, 1.8 assists... Is he like Vesely but can shoot?
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