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    How tall is Bledsoe? Also think his game matches Favors well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan View Post
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    How tall is Bledsoe? Also think his game matches Favors well.
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    6'1" with a 6'7.5" wingspan

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    Just finished watching the bulls clips game and the announcers mentioned it.... Bledsoe can get to the rim at will. That is what this league has become.... to some extent... which is a league dominated by playmakers. All the good teams have one: LAL-Kobe, NY-Carmello, LAC-CP3, SA-Parker/Ginobli, Westbrook etc.

    You need to have a player who can create his own shot and shots for others with his athleticism.
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    6'1" with a 6'7.5" wingspan
    Nate Robinson is good for only one thing in the NBA, making Bledsoe look big!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackham9258 View Post
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    Just finished watching the bulls clips game and the announcers mentioned it.... Bledsoe can get to the rim at will. That is what this league has become.... to some extent... which is a league dominated by playmakers. All the good teams have one: LAL-Kobe, NY-Carmello, LAC-CP3, SA-Parker/Ginobli, Westbrook etc.

    You need to have a player who can create his own shot and shots for others with his athleticism.
    We've already drafted an elite rim crasher though. He sits cuz no mid J.

    Seriously though how much better a prospect was Burks over EB? Maybe they'd trade them straight.
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    A great article on ESPN.

    "The Cult of Eric Bledsoe"



    https://m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/...=52402&w=1cewj
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    A great article on ESPN.

    "The Cult of Eric Bledsoe"



    https://m.espn.go.com/general/blogs/...=52402&w=1cewj
    I was seconds away from posting this article...

    I watched two games of his last night, well only the times he played. I don't think that I have ever seen anyone gamble so much on D, and as Arnovitz says in his article, he is usually fast enough to catch up if his man beats him. He's an incredible athlete, incredible! The defense is all sorts of screwed up in the second unit with all sorts of switching. He goes under on screens a lot. His BB IQ seems low, and he relies mainly on his athletic gifts; his first step and ability to make up ground is lightning fast. He is learning how to run a team, and in my opinion he has very good court vision but is not a very good passer at this point. Mo Williams can go from cost to cost faster than he can, and I'm not sure about his handle. Not a lights out shooter, but hits his freethrows at a clip better than Rondo. If we go after him, we send him to Washington to stay for the summer with a certain retired point guard to teach him everything he knows. If this guy has a shot as reliable as D Wades, learns how to pass better, and gets a bit more BB IQ, he could be really, really amazing.

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    I think of Bledsoe as Earl Watson on D on steroids and a poor man's Russell Westbrook on offense. I would love, love, love to get him. But I am kinda a defense first sort of guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Notes View Post
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    We've already drafted an elite rim crasher though. He sits cuz no mid J.

    Seriously though how much better a prospect was Burks over EB? Maybe they'd trade them straight.
    He sits cause his young, not cause he has no midrange j. But you are right that he would probably just sit on the bench here since corbin doesn't like playing his young athletic talent unless he is forced to.

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