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JOSH HART

Discussion in '2020 NBA Draft' started by rockets2012, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. rockets2012

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    Have to wonder if the Malcolm Brogdon success means this guy goes earlier than current projections.
    he reminds me a lot of Brogdon. great, solid progression every year in college. very similar size, athleticism (Hart attended the combine last year before pulling out of the draft), both 39% 3 point shooters as seniors though Hart shoots twice as many.

    Definitely could be a sleeper pickup... just think he'll eventually move up the draft boards a bit.
     
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    Been following him for awhile now. Wright is producing good perimeter defenders. Hart's jumper still needs work but he's looking very good for where DE has him slotted.
     
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    Villanova lost in sweet 16 of NCAA tournament. We may have a better chance of getting him in early to mid second round.
     
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    Draftexpress updated the scouting report:

     
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    He takes like 35% of his shots at the rims and makes 70% which is pretty damn good for a guard. Combine that with his solid size, defense, rebounding and 3pt shot and he could be something.

    Just worried a little about his lateral quickness.
     
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    I like Hart a lot. Jay is very good at developing perimeter defenders. I wouldn't mind us taking Hart if he's available.
     
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    I been slowing looking around for potential sleepers and contributors who could step in almost immediately that we could acquire in the 2nd.

    I've finally agreed with -holic.

    I think his defense is great and it's enough for me to take him alone, but he really fits the mold being an off guard. His 3 ball is good and at a high rate of use. He finishes very well around the rim and gets there a lot. He just seems like a morey type that's undervalued because of age and measurables.

    This is who I hope we draft. Even if we have to trade both our 2nds to move up to like 35 to get him.

    Haven't studied film tho. Only numbers and some highlights. @basketballholic whats the scouting report.
     
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    Haven't read it.

    Video - stat analysis - measurables - character and background

    I was already familiar with Jay Wright and his defensive system after discovering Darrun Hillard a couple years back.
    Possible undrafted free agent gems

    When I started watching Hart it was like watching Hilliard all over again in their defensive scheme. So I know he's a plus defender. Then it was a matter of looking at his offensive skills and putting the rest of the picture together with his stat analysis and character.

    I like Hart. I'm sure he'll get drafted. I'll be surprised if he's still on the board when we draft. But if he's there and Mason, Bolden, and possibly a couple others aren't there, I'd draft him. He's an NBA player and could become a rotation player rather quickly, within a season or two.
     
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