Scouting the top 2014 NBA Draft prospects.
Tags: Aaron Gordon, Aaron White, Andrew Wiggins, Doug McDermott, Features, Gary Harris, Jabari Parker, James Young, Jerami Grant, Joel Embiid, Julius Randle, Marcus Smart, NBA Draft 2014, NBA Draft Index, Nick Johnson, Nik Stauskas, Noah Vonleh, Rodney Hood, Tyler Ennis
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What about Zach LeVine tho?
(Exum is pretty much a lock to go top 6, but he hasn’t been putting his game on tape the way the guys playing college ball in the US are, so I understand the omission. This article is about scouting and deciding whose stock is rising/falling…
Let’s slow down on anointing Parker, Randal, Embid and Wiggins the next best things. Niether Rose (injury), Beasley (weed) or Mayo (asshole) are factors in the NBA today and they were supposed be league-changers in that draft class. Smart will be ROY in 2015.
Just so disrespectful that you put derrick rose in that convo like you just did….wow…. and trying to hide behind it by saying “in the NBA TODAY” is trying to manipulate your point…..KOBE is not a factor today (because of injury), so add him in this list, right?
I love D. Rose and the fact that the Big 3 fears him so much, but if he can’t stay healthy it doesn’t matter how good he is. Btw, look at what Nate Robinson and now DJ Augustine have been able to do in that spot. That offense is built for the guard to shine. In regards to Kobe, that point is moot as I was referring to the last highly touted draft class.
We are putting up the college guys and not the international prospects yet
LaVine needs to be consistent . He has lottery talent.
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