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@CollegeWolf I don't think MKG is a small forward he is two guard material to me.Small forward is 6-7 and up to me but he could play in a pinch if asked.Also how about big man in the middle as well????
2 years, 10 months ago on NBA Draft Scenarios - Cleveland Cavaliers | June
@CollegeWolf How about Kim English from Missouri at two guard he is 6-6 perfect compliment for Jennings.
2 years, 10 months ago on NBA Draft Scenarios - Milwaukee Bucks | June
O'Quinn as a power forward would do wonders defensively he is a excellent weak side defender.
@CollegeWolf Agreed why did hey trade Bogut in the first place how about Plumlee from Duke????
@CollegeWolf Who is going to take Calderon was a defensive liability vs Lin and anyone else.They also need backcourt depth as well don't forget the guys I mentioned Roberts and Cox both have versatility in their games.
2 years, 10 months ago on NBA Draft Scenarios - Toronto Raptors | June
As stated before Damion Lilliard reminds me of a young Lindsey Hunter both came from small schools and had scorers mentality as a their calling cards into the NBA.Hunter was a lottery pick in '93 and Lilliard has a chance to as well.Hunter evolved into one of the top on ball defenders of his era .If they don't take him they should take Kim English he at 6-6 had the size to be disruptive as a defender on the perimeter.Also as stated before they should take a chance on Cor J Cox (Mississippi Valley St)he too is a decent defender he averaged 3 blocks a game from the small forward position with his athleticism that highlighted on ESPN on many of an occasion.Cox being only 6-5 will be moved to the backcourt and he at 195 needs to hit the weights immediately?
They need depth in backcourt should look at Quincy Roberts of Grambling as a second round pick he can play the point if needed and backup shooting guard as well.Or Cor J Cox he could be a usable backup as well.
What players in the second round is Jordan&company trying to target???
2 years, 10 months ago on NBA Draft Scenarios - Charlotte Bobcats | June
Too bad that the Hornets have no second round pick would use it upon my guy Quincy Roberts from Grambling for backcourt depth he can play both positions has size at 6-5 200 needs to bulk up of course.
2 years, 10 months ago on NBA Draft Scenarios - New Orleans Hornets | June
Austin Rivers is not a true point guard he is a scoring guard.
The secret is keeping them together,I remember other young talented PG/PF duos from prior decade a la Marbury/Garnett.Marbury wanted to play Batman!!!!
From his photo he looks like a young Tracy McGrady!!!!
2 years, 10 months ago on The Case for...Hollis Thompson | June
@CollegeWolf Does T-Wolves have second round picks if so use them at two guard.Have two options Quincy Roberts,Cor J Cox both are 6-5 near 200 but could still stand to add extra twenty pounds both have small school backgrounds.
2 years, 10 months ago on Scouting Report - Harrison Barnes | April
@CollegeWolf The team's GM or Owner????
2 years, 10 months ago on Scouting Report - Bradley Beal | June
@CollegeWolf Granted but not all are successful.
Davis has nice form on his foul shot but I think it will be better with time and get up in the 80% range.
2 years, 10 months ago on Scouting Report - Anthony Davis | April
Needless to say you will throw him a retirement party when he quits his job????
@CollegeWolf Wow!!!!!!! This guy has serious hatred for your squad.
Ed would he fit with Thunder with his athleticism ?????
2 years, 10 months ago on Scouting Report - Meyers Leonard | May
@CollegeWolf After Garnett,Marbury left???
@CollegeWolf As stated already this guy needs to hit the weight room and quickly add 20-30 pounds and then he will live up to his draft status.Also add to offensive skill set as well.Why does Stern hate Minnesota????
@CollegeWolf Who else are the Volves looking at for two guard ???!
His size scares me not tall enough to play two guard spot at 6-3 but has enough size at 200 lbs.
Good luck Cor J in the future!!!
2 years, 11 months ago on NBA Draft Blog Interview with Cor-J Cox | May
Way to go Kyle keep up the good work.
2 years, 11 months ago on NBA Draft Blog Interview with Kyle O'Quinn | May