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Grimis Scrapple Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 1615 days Last activity: 70 days # 1 Posted on 6.3.03 0608.30 | Instant Rating: 7.29 From Click Here (NBADraft.net). They didn't hit 2002's draft exaclty but if this is anywhere close to what happens in June this will get ugly. 1. Cleveland: Lebron James 6-8 240 SG Akron OH HSSr. 2. Denver: Darko Milicic 7-0 245 SF/PF (Yugoslavia) 1985 3. Memphis: Carmelo Anthony 6-8 220 SF Syracuse Fr. 4. Toronto: Chris Bosh 6-10 210 PF Georgia Tech Fr. 5. LA Clippers: TJ Ford 5-11 165 PG Texas So. 6. Chicago: Anderson Varej„o 6-10 230 PF (Brazil) 1982 7. Miami: Jarvis Hayes 6-7 220 SG/SF Georgia Jr. 8. Atlanta: Sofoklis Schortsianitis 6-9 253 PF (Greece) 1985 9. New York: Kirk Hinrich 6-3 190 PG Kansas Sr. 10. Seattle: Chris Kaman 7-0 255 C Central Michigan Jr. 11. Golden State: Reece Gaines 6-6 185 PG/SG Louisville Sr. 12. Washington: David West 6-8 232 PF Xavier Sr. 13. Houston: Dwyane Wade 6-4 200 SG Marquette Jr. 14. Milwaukee: Zarko Cabarkapa 6-11 230 SF/PF (Yugoslavia) 1981 15. Orlando: Travis Outlaw 6-9 190 SF Starkville MS HSSr. 16. Phoenix: Luke Ridnour 6-2 175 PG Oregon Jr. 17. LA Lakers: Nick Collison 6-9 250 PF Kansas Sr. 18. New Orleans: Ben Gordon 6-2 185 PG UConn So. 19. Boston: Kendrick Perkins 6-10 285 C Ozen HSSr. 20. Utah: James Lang 6-11 305 C Birmingham AL HSSr. 21. Philadalphia: Mario Austin 6-8 265 PF Mississippi St. Jr. 22. Detroit: David Harrison 7-0 240 C Colorado So. 23. New Jersey: Jerome Beasley 6-10 241 PF North Dakota Sr. 24. Minnesota: Josh Howard 6-6 203 SG/SF Wake Forest Sr. 25. Portland: Zoran Planinic 6-6 180 PG/SG (Croatia) 1982 26. San Antonio: Mo Williams 6-1 185 PG Alabama So. 27. Sacramento: Darius Rice 6-10 215 SF Miami Jr. 28. Indiana: Marcus Banks 6-1 200 PG UNLV Sr. 29. Dallas: Brian Cook 6-10 240 PF Illinois Sr. What's amazing is that Steve Blake, Kyle Korver, Dahanty Jones and Chris Marcus all manage to slip to the 2nd round. (edited by Grimis on 6.3.03 0708) There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. - Theodore Roosevelt, Ocotber 12, 1915 Promote this thread!
redsoxnation Scrapple Since: 24.7.02 Since last post: 825 days Last activity: 825 days # 2 Posted on 6.3.03 1033.49 With his foot problems the last few years (and particularly since he's done for this season), its extremely understandable why Marcus would slip out of the first round. He might be the poster child against staying in school, because after his sophomore year he would have been a top 5-8 pick. Ole Anderson booking is a weapon of self inflicted mass destruction.
Rudoublesedoublel Potato korv Since: 2.1.02 From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats Since last post: 91 days Last activity: 23 hours # 3 Posted on 6.3.03 1533.43 Originally posted by redsoxnation With his foot problems the last few years (and particularly since he's done for this season), its extremely understandable why Marcus would slip out of the first round. He might be the poster child against staying in school, because after his sophomore year he would have been a top 5-8 pick. I think hay have dropped out of school completely (but I could be mistaken). If that's the case, not only did he give up making the million$, but he may not end up with a degree either. As a UK fan I have to hope that Keith Bogans gets a shot in the late 1st round early 2nd round, that Jules Camara gets a shot in the 2nd round, and that Estill completes his degree and comes back for another senior season.
HitTheSnoozeButton Boudin rouge Since: 2.1.02 From: Pittsburgh PA Since last post: 2435 days Last activity: 785 days # 4 Posted on 7.3.03 1249.31 He's a good player, but there's NO WAY Hinrich should be that high. And TJ Ford should stay in school too. "What a Manuever"
Santa Sangre Bockwurst Since: 21.6.02 From: Germany Since last post: 817 days Last activity: 705 days # 5 Posted on 7.3.03 1404.58
I'm surprised Hollis Price wasn't anywhere on there. That guy is one of the best in the country. Can't wait for the Texas/Oklahoma rematch on Saturday! "I think it's hightime that you guys get off your high horse and praise the Hogans, the Big Shows, the Warlords, and the Alberts of the world for their tremendous wrestling abilities. " - lordazzington says something that made me laugh for a long long long time.
Or the Bobcats might decide to now swing #2 to Atlanta for #6, #17 and perhaps a player, thus turning 4,33 into 6,17, Drobjnak and perhaps another player.
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