To me the most shocking thing was Elton Brand falling so low. The guy was great for a while and he's only in his 2nd year in this.
At the pick I was at, I was planning on taking brand, but Grant Hill fell and he was all World back then and i picked him along with the suns training staff lol. Brand was a great pick though. Very solid foundation. Loved it.
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Yes, Grant Hill is another great pick. Luckily this game is going to start the year before his injury problems brought him down big time, so he's still an elite player at this point.
FYI I had Gary Payton as number 8 overall.
Also I think we need to keep a draft debt thread. Some
Picks are and will continue to reach out in years.
I liked the Webber pick. I did statistical Analysis on player valuation now (not including potential) and one with potential as an overall value. Then I did an analysis on what's a significant difference between players using .25 as significant. GP was very high but so was cwebb
I think I mentioned this already, but if these trades that you guys are making don't work cap wise they will not be processed. Keep in that in mind.
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Also, I'm just saying that it is pretty impossible to plan out a draft according to a salary cap when the player's salaries aren't even listed.... Just saying.
It's at 43M, and like I said earlier today, I can't list salaries until after the player is drafted.
Can we get that listed next to the player as we draft them to help us plan?
Yeah I can do that.
You can also go in the index and look at it after I upload, everything is up to date right now.
Nola, I think that will hold true because I doubt you've gone over the salary cap already with only 4 players; the downside is you may be severly handcuffed in the draft from here on out because you may be near that threshold.
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