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Following Potential 2018 Draftees

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Dr. Jones, Aug 18, 2015.

  1. Jazzster since 2003

    Jazzster since 2003 New Member

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    Get Mohamed Bamba and have two Gobert's on the floor at the same time, WOW, major defense!!
     
  2. Catchall

    Catchall Well-Known Member

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    If that's
    If that's your goal, you might do just as well with Mitchell Robinson.
     
  3. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    I think I want Musa and then DL to move up with our 2nd and get Bates-Diop.
     
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  4. Catchall

    Catchall Well-Known Member

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    No one's talking much about Chandler Hutchison. Are we basically putting KBD ahead of him as a prospect?
     
  5. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    He's out of their price range.
     
  6. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    IMO Hutchinson is one of the players to watch at the combine. I kinda hope he drops to the early 2nd to a team like the kings where he'd have an opportunity to fight for a decent chunk of minutes.
     
  7. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    He's sorta built like de'aaron fox. In a best case scenario he'd be the starting pg next to mitchell. I dont think he's strictly a 2, but he can finish like a 2 in transitition.
     
  8. Xthren

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    The problem with Kurucs is when he did get playing time he forced the issue and didn't come out well. His numbers aren't great but he has been compared to Hayward but haven't seen enough to have an opinion on that but I like the risk in the second round a lot.

    Kurucs wants to play in the NBA and because of that it soured his relationship with Barcelona.

    I think he has a future as a stretch 4 but he needs development.

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  9. Xthren

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    I am a huge Hutchinson fan but kbd has more potential especially as a 3/4 where Hutchinson future is a 3/2

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  10. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    Ive seen Kurucs play, just not recently. He's a legit athlete for sure he could be a trevor ariza style steal in the 2nd.
     
  11. Revolution 9

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    I could live with this scenario! Both those players could help us.
     
  12. Bawse Dawg

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    I feel like these days you need so Tatum, Brown size wings who play defense. Dudes who can switch onto almost anyone.

    Gary Trent Jr. excite anyone? Or Troy Brown?
     
  13. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    I like them but Trent is not that guy defensively, he's an offensive specialist. Troy Brown has a ton of defensive potential plus he's very good on the break with and without the ball.
     
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    Trent is 6'4- 6'5. Brown and Tatum are 6'7- 6'8 and a lot more athletic. If you want to duplicateb what you see there, Trent isn't the guy.

    Troy Brown perhaps.
     
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    Troy Brown is not athletic(at least not anywhere close to Tatum or Brown level). But he has the size and some offensive skill. My comp for him has been Kyle Anderson but he might be slightly more athletic than him...
     
  17. Handlogten's Heros

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    When I see him I think he could become Khris Middleton... shot has to come a long way. I’d be okay with drafting him because I think his size gives some upside... not my first choice. I like that he’s a good passer too... there are some things that you can’t teach... court vision and passing is a great sign of good BBIQ
     
  18. Revolution 9

    Revolution 9 Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    What parts of their games do you actually see helping this team?

    Does Trent's offensive skill set mesh with our offense?
     
  19. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    Troy brown would help defensively and on the break ad with ball movement, he's got great vision and he's a plus athlete with good hands and a pro swingman frame.


    Trent fits the offense he's a finesse player thru and thru but could be efficient off the bench. He's more of a bench player for Utah though pure SG.
     
  20. Gilles de Rais

    Gilles de Rais Well-Known Member

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    Kaiser Gates is a 6'7 or 6'8 wing yall should check out, he'd be a steal in the 2nd. Reminds me a bit of wilson chandler, i believe he was under utilized in college off the bench and his 3 pt shot is pure.

    He's hired an agent already too, definitely in.
     

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