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Don't think McCollum will be a point guard, from my impression he doesn't have it in him - more like a ball dominant undersized combo guard, leaning towards SG.
He's a good pick though - I might go with Zeller personally - but having the ball is his hand playing against 2nd units is gonna boost his raw stats a lot.
Might not be efficient, but no one cares about that in ROY voting historically - which brings me to another kid who will probably put a horrific season TO's and FG% wise, but will start from day one and is generally a stat-sheet stuffer on both ends of the floor, in Michael Carter-Williams.
Trey Burke is another kid in a great position to put numbers too so he's deep in the mix - even though I have question marks about his ability to adjust atleast this year to the height and quickness of the NBA game, he seemed very overwhelmed in Summer League by that and that's not a great sign, but he's a hard working kid and that's always a positive in this league long-term for his career.
If PHX trade Gortat, which they absolutely should, Len is a very solid pick aswell - only concern is his health for me.
Gonna come down to Zeller and McCollum imo - I'm going with Zeller.
Kids who I think will have good seasons though are Oladipo, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope who's my sleeper in this draft (Both those guys are in bad situations as far as getting a shot to put up numbers as ROY goes), Tony Snell who I really like and fits perfectly with Chicago as a role player, and Reggie Bullock that I prayed the Knicks will pick - although the latter two will get very limited time unless injuries - especially Bullock.
That kid Schroeder in Atlanta is gonna be great aswell, perfect role for him to come off the bench to Teague and just pick up PGs full-court wrecking havoc defensively, while running the offense.
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Last edited by Stanko 05; July 30th, 2013 at 12:50.