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Discussion in '2019 NBA Draft' started by Sen89, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. Sen89

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    2016
    #1) Jaylen Brown | SF/SG | 6'7" 225 | California | Fr. | 18
    #2) Skal Labissiere | PF/C | 7’0" 215 | Kentucky | Fr. | 19
    #3) Ben Simmons | PF/SF | 6'10" 230 | LSU | Fr. | 19
    #4) Brandon Ingram | SF | 6'10" 200 | Duke | Fr. | 17
    #5) Dragan Bender | PF/C | 7'1" 215 | Croatia | Intl. | 17
    #6) Jamal Murray | PG/SG | 6'5" 200 | Kentucky | Fr. | 18
    #7) Cheick Diallo | PF/C | 6'10" 230 | Kansas | Fr. | 18
    #8) Kris Dunn | PG | 6'4" 195 | Providence | Sr. | 21
    #9) Damian Jones | C | 7’0" 240 | Vanderbilt | Jr. | 19
    #10) Ivan Rabb | PF | 6'10" 215 | California | Fr. | 18
    #11) Jakob Poeltl | C | 7'1" 245 | Utah | Soph. | 19
    #12) Jonathan Jeanne | C | 7’2” 215 | France | Intl.| 18
    #13) Demetrius Jackson | PG | 6'1" 195 | Notre Dame | Jr. | 20
    #14) Stephen Zimmerman | C | 7’0” 240 | UNLV | Fr. | 18
    #15) Malik Newman | SG/PG | 6'4" 185 | Mississippi State | Fr. | 18
    #16) Henry Ellenson | PF | 6’10” 235 | Marquette | Fr. | 18
    #17) Dwayne Bacon | SG/SF | 6'6" 210 | Florida State | Fr. | 19
    #18) Melo Trimble | PG | 6'2" 190 | Maryland | Soph. | 20
    #19) Caris LeVert | SG/SF | 6'7" 195 | Michigan | Jr. | 20
    #20) Diamond Stone | C | 6'10" 260 | Maryland | Fr. | 18
    #21) Malik Pope | SF | 6'10" 205 | San Diego State | Soph. | 19
    #22) Antonio Blakeney | SG | 6'4" 180 | LSU | Fr. | 18
    #23) Timothe Luwawu | SF/SG | 6'7" 200 | France | Intl. | 20
    #24) Brice Johnson | PF | 6'9" 210 | North Carolina | Jr. | 19
    #25) Aleksander Vezenkov | PF/SF | 6'9" 225 | Cyprus | Intl. | 19
    #26) Domantis Sabonis | PF | 6'10" 235 | Gonzaga | Soph. | 19
    #27) Furkan Korkmaz | SG | 6'7" 175 | Turkey | Intl. | 17
    #28) Isaiah Briscoe | PG | 6’3” 215 | Kentucky | Fr. | 19
    #29) George Lucas de Paula | PG/SG | 6'6" 200 | Brazil | Intl. | 18
    #30) Amida Brimah | C | 7’0” 235 | Connecticut | Jr. | 21


    2017 (one of the most stacked classes in recent memory)
    #1) Harry Giles | PF | 6'10" 225 | Undecided | HSSr. | 17
    #2) Dennis Smith Jr. | PG | 6'2" 180 | Undecided | HSSr. | 17
    #3) Jayson Tatum | SF | 6'8" 205 | Duke | HSSr. | 17
    #4) Josh Jackson | SF/SG | 6'8" 195 | Undecided | HSSr. | 18
    #5) Isaiah Hartenstein | PF/SF | 6'11" 230 | Germany | Intl. | 17
    #6) De'Aaron Fox | PG | 6'4" 175 | Undecided | HSSr. | 17
    #7) Ray Smith | SF | 6'7" 195 | Arizona | Fr. | 18
    #8) Malik Monk | SG | 6'4" 180 | Undecided | HSSr. | 17
    #9) Thon Maker | PF/C | 7'1" 215 | Undecided | HSSr. | 18
    #10) Markelle Fultz | PG/SG | 6'4" 185 | Washington | HSSr. | 17
    #11) Georgios Papagiannis | C | 7'1" 275 | Greece | Intl. | 18
    #12) Edrice Adebayo | PF | 6'9" 240 | Undecided | HSSr. | 18
    #13) Miles Bridges | SF | 6'7" 230 | Undecided | HSSr. | 18
    #14) Ivica Zubac | C | 7'0" 240 | Croatia | Intl. | 18
    #15) Frank Ntilikina | PG | 6'5" 170 | France | Intl. | 17
    #16) Kobi Simmons | PG | 6'5" 180 | Undecided | HSSr. | 18
    #17) VJ King | SF | 6'7" 195 | Louisville | HSSr. | 17
    #18) Kostja Mushidi | SG | 6'5" 210 | Germany | Intl. | 18
    #19) Rawle Alkins | SG | 6'4" 215 | Undecided | HSSr. | 17
    #20) Jalen Adams | PG | 6'2" 190 | Connecticut | Fr. | 19
    #21) Omer Yurtseven | PF/C | 6'11" 230 | Uzbekistan | Intl. | 17
    #22) Rodions Kurucs | SF | 6'8" 190 | Latvia | Intl. | 17
    #23) Thomas Bryant | PF | 6'10" 240 | Indiana | Fr. | 18
    #24) Jonathan Isaac | SF | 6'10" 190 | Florida State | HSSr. | 17
    #25) Zhou Qi | C | 7'2" 210 | China | Intl. | 18
    #26) Alonzo Trier | SG | 6'4" 195 | Arizona | Fr. | 18
    #27) Derryk Thornton | PG | 6'1" 175 | Duke | Fr. | 18
    #28) Perry Dozier | SG/PG | 6'7" 195 | South Carolina | Fr.
    #29) Carlton Bragg | PF | 6'9" 220 | Kansas | Fr. |
    #30) Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk | SF/SG | 6'8" 195 | Kansas | Soph. | 18
     
  2. Normalus

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    Timothe Luwawu is poor man's Trevor Ariza at his age already, shame he opt-out of this years draft when he was mock'ed as mid-second round pick, clearly a steal.

    Other guy who may raise his stock next season is Domantas Sabonis, beast on the boards, energy guy, father HOF.

    Isaiah Hartenstein signed with NIKE (!!!), he must be something special then. Heard Motiejunas convinced him to sign with Euroleague caliber team - Zalgiris (Lithuania), same agent.

    Aaaaand international scout has done his job there.... :grin:
     
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  3. Egemen

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    Remember Furkan Korkmaz. He has a decent chance to have good career in the NBA. Great shooter, good athlete and extremly calm player.
     
  4. Haymitch

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    Brother of Furkan Aldemir?
     
  5. don grahamleone

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    Yes, they are brothers.

    You know, I always thought that Gary Shandling and Gary Payton were brothers. Turns out that they have different moms and dads. Because it's Garry Shandling, not Gary. God I'm a fool. But Payton and Gary Hart are brothers. Gary Hart was a wrestler back in the day.
     
  6. Egemen

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    No he isn't brother of Aldemir. Diffirent surnames.
     
  7. Haymitch

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    Let's compromise: they're cousins.
     
  8. roksoer

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    Can't wait til Malik Pope and Malik Monk are in the league.
     
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  10. DonatasFanboy

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    I haven't seen anyone yet besides highlights, but I'm rooting for Dragon Bender, Diamond Stone and Thon Maker (especially if he adds a 'g' at the end of his name) to be good. I need an NBA superstar with a good name in my life.
     
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    thanx lol :grin: I was wondering in the other thread why Hartenstein at his age played in such a crappy team still. Wasted a lot of time.

    By looking at this way too early drafts, I think there's no way in hell that Furkan Korkmaz is drafted that low. Maybe 20 years ago he would. Top 10 talent.
     
  13. adeelionaire

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    Jamal Murray is by far my favorite prospect. His game is already so sound and fluid for his age, I think he's gonna have a great career.

    Also hoping the hometown kid Rasheed Sulaimon gets his stock back up this year. He was projected to go 1st round after his freshman year so there's no doubt the talent is there. Plus he's had almost a year off to work on his game.
     
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