If one of our players drafted becomes at least as good as Paul, that means this draft is at least as good as that one. If no one develops into that quality of player, then the Paul draft is better.
Talent wins. But more concentrated talent wins more.
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I like Miller for a lot of reasons.
He has prototypical size and strength for an NBA small forward. He comes in as a mature senior with the understanding of what it takes to be a role player. He has already had the experience of playing with players better than him. For four seasons at UK he sacrificed his game and numbers for the chance to win a title. For that he is a winner. We really haven't seen his full potential yet because he is so unselfish and team oriented. He has a good jump shot and can hit the three point shot. He has great athleticism actually. Just look at this testing numbers or watch his crazy dunks. He is sort of good at everything but doesn't stand out at anything yet. Kind of reminds me of Igoudala actually.
With that said, I wouldn't be surprised if he finds a role on this team and some decent minutes. If his numbers were the same as his college numbers, it wouldn't surprise me. 10 pts, 3 rebs, 2 asts, 1 steal. If he can become a lockdown defender which may be possible, I could see him as the starting SF eventually.
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