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    Draft Scouting Vids By ESPN

    These are pretty good. If you don't know alot about the prospects in the upcoming draft check these out. I'll post what I find. here's Cam Reddish.


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    I knew there was a reason they were so well done and in a style I favor. They were done by the same guy who left DraftExpress and used to do their videos back in the day.

    So they'll always be quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eman5805 View Post
    I knew there was a reason they were so well done and in a style I favor. They were done by the same guy who left DraftExpress and used to do their videos back in the day.

    So they'll always be quality.
    Yeah he gives the good, bad and terrible with each prospect he's not trying to make everything positive.

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    I'm not giving DeAndre Hunter enough of a fair shake. Jesus Christ, he's got arms just as long as Brandon Ingram, but like 30lbs more muscle and just an inch or two shorter.

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    If we plan on renewing Gentry, I can’t imagine much a better fit in this draft than Garland. I can’t see us taking him with Lonzo already on the roster though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eman5805 View Post
    I'm not giving DeAndre Hunter enough of a fair shake. Jesus Christ, he's got arms just as long as Brandon Ingram, but like 30lbs more muscle and just an inch or two shorter.
    I'm so high on Hunter... I mean I realize he's "21" and that's like a kiss of death for draft prospects but he's not some raw player who needs to develop. Just do what he did in college and the guy is roty and a shoe in starter for the next decade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mythrol View Post
    I'm so high on Hunter... I mean I realize he's "21" and that's like a kiss of death for draft prospects but he's not some raw player who needs to develop. Just do what he did in college and the guy is roty and a shoe in starter for the next decade.
    Iím very high on Hunter, as well. I see him as a possible starter for the coming years if Ingram isnít resigned or traded before next year. If Iím not mistaken, Ingram is on the final year of his contract.

    Also, his 3 point shooting is above average (at least in college). Fits well with our non-shooters in a lineup.

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    I be super happy with either Hunter or Garland.

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    I am with Barkley. Hunter at #4 is a steal. We can pick up a C in the second. One of those Euro-mystery players.
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    Could Garland be Jrue's eventual replacement as a combo guard? I could see he and Ball in the backcourt together or him working with the 2nd team.

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    I like Hunter but not at 4. Don't like his fit next to Zion either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PELICANSFAN View Post
    Could Garland be Jrue's eventual replacement as a combo guard? I could see he and Ball in the backcourt together or him working with the 2nd team.
    I think Ball could be the eventual replacement for JRUE. He just needs to improve his shoot and learn to attack the basket. His scrawny frame ain't doing him any favors, tho.

    Lonzo/Garland rotate at the 1, keep minutes down and healthy, let the young guys develop, let Jrue be Jrue, Develop Lonzo to eventually take over the 2 spot. Garland improves his PG skills. Jrue moves to 6th man/defensive specialist. The biggest gamble is if Lonzo can improve his scoring ability/shot. Garland small sample size does not scare me. All picks are a crap shoot.

    Garland is also great off ball shooter as well for them both switching at the point with ease.
    Last edited by Taker597; 06-17-2019 at 01:08 PM.

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    I think the Hunter issue is going to be a contentious one. There are some people who see him as this fantastic prospect who could end up being a top ten player, and then there are people like me who think he'll be a good player, possibly even a very good player, but that his ceiling is pretty low in comparison to a lot of the other top prospects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelicanidae View Post
    I think the Hunter issue is going to be a contentious one. There are some people who see him as this fantastic prospect who could end up being a top ten player, and then there are people like me who think he'll be a good player, possibly even a very good player, but that his ceiling is pretty low in comparison to a lot of the other top prospects.
    I wouldn't call his ceiling low. Just realistic compare to most prospect to be rather unrealisticly high. I think at 4... I'd take Garland over Hunter and Culver.

    If we trade down... It's a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taker597 View Post
    I wouldn't call his ceiling low. Just realistic compare to most prospect to be rather unrealisticly high. I think at 4... I'd take Garland over Hunter and Culver.

    If we trade down... It's a different story.
    Hunter, to me, is going to be like DeMarre Carroll 2.0

    Carroll, but better. Just like, 10 to 15% better at almost everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelicanidae View Post
    I think the Hunter issue is going to be a contentious one. There are some people who see him as this fantastic prospect who could end up being a top ten player, and then there are people like me who think he'll be a good player, possibly even a very good player, but that his ceiling is pretty low in comparison to a lot of the other top prospects.
    What's your take on Garland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroopyDawg View Post
    What's your take on Garland?
    He can shoot. His release point is too low for my liking and his guide hand does basically nothing, so it might take him a minute to adjust to the NBA but I think long term, his shot is going to be very good.

    Everything else will either come, or it won't. Right now he can't really drive that well, isn't a very good playmaker, can't/won't defend anyone, doesn't rebound, etc etc. His vision seems limited so I can't see him ever breaking out as a true passer, but he could improve on defense and fix up his handle. There's hope, but he's just a ''one elite skill'' guy at this point.

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