Dion Waiters

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  1. saleem

    saleem Contributing Member

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    He is pretty good,but seems undersized. I would consider him at 16,if there wasn't anyone better around.
     
  2. jopatmc

    jopatmc Contributing Member

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    Watching this guy, I can understand why he is liked. Looks like something between Vinnie Johnson and Jason Terry. Nice player. Great player to add to a team with a couple superstars already on it. Way more valuable in a role like that than starting or coming off the bench for a team that doesn't have a go-to guy to play off of.
     
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    Report: Dion Waiters lottery promise from Phoenix

     
  4. JayZ750

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    As I mentioned on previous page, I think lottery slightly overvalues him, so glad to see Phoenix give him a promise.
     
  5. ROXTXIA

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    What's gowanns to happen to Aaron Brooks in all this?

    Maybe that's a route for Portland; the #11 for a signed-and-traded Aaron Brooks. He killed the Blazers in the past. Maybe he can step in as their future PG. In the meantime, the Suns get a #11 pick (all of this consummated after the draft)?

    Because why waste Brooks? And why pair him (5'11") with Dion Waiters (6'2")? Fast, yes, but small.
     
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    Had a great game tonight!
     

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