Following potential 2013 draftees




Saint Cy of JFC

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Also Kevin Love & Luke Hancock:

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Is the best comparison pictures you can find really have one guy looking at the ground itching his nose?
 

Hal

Member
At the very least, McCollum would give us an explosive scorer off the bench. I don't see how people wouldn't like that.

As for the concerns of him not being a PG and more of a combo guard...those are valid concerns. However like PKM said, he was the only offensive option on his team. Plus, factor in who he would be playing next to here if he started. Him, Burks and Hayward are all guys who can handle the ball and initiate the offense. Would it really be that terrible if those three guys were averaging 3-6 APG? Personally, I wouldn't have a problem with it. Like a wise old man once said, get buckets.
 

Xthren

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Caldwell-Pope is the highest riser on this list, and he didn't even play a game last week. He makes the jump in part because of Pelton's statistical work that gave him a projected WARP that would put him seventh overall in the draft. That assessment, as it turns out, agrees with what a number of GMs that use advanced metrics are saying about him. While many scouts see him as a second-rounder, there are enough front offices that factor in these rankings to move him up the list. When you factor in his age, size, athleticism and shooting ability, Caldwell-Pope, while far from perfect, does seem to pass the eye test as well.

he sounds like some one that jazz woudl draft because lindsay is suppose to be a stat guy
 

Saint Cy of JFC

Well-Known Member
Caldwell-Pope is the highest riser on this list, and he didn't even play a game last week. He makes the jump in part because of Pelton's statistical work that gave him a projected WARP that would put him seventh overall in the draft. That assessment, as it turns out, agrees with what a number of GMs that use advanced metrics are saying about him. While many scouts see him as a second-rounder, there are enough front offices that factor in these rankings to move him up the list. When you factor in his age, size, athleticism and shooting ability, Caldwell-Pope, while far from perfect, does seem to pass the eye test as well.

he sounds like some one that jazz woudl draft because lindsay is suppose to be a stat guy

No thanks
 

mellow

Well-Known Member
So.... What your saying is that once the C4 become vets Ty will look like a real live coach:D

Maybe that has been KOC's plan all along. Let all the vets go, bring in 3 draft picks, an undrafted FA, and sign 4 guys from the d-league. The Core 4 plus Evans & Carroll are the veterans and Ty looks like a genius.

Nice work KOC.
 

ONE LOVE

#Baby_Talk
Staff member
Is the best comparison pictures you can find really have one guy looking at the ground itching his nose?

That's the most lookalike picture I could find. I were you to find other pictures, you guys will be like "OH that don't look like him.. take that **** out of your mouth"
 

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