2010 NBA Draft: Who Ya Got, Larry Sanders or Daniel Orton?

June 16th, 2010 by TheRookieWall.com Leave a reply »
With only eight days left until the 2010 NBA Draft, we’ve looked at who is projected where and weighed in on who we’d rather have.

Basically, we’re asking Who Ya Got? Is it the proven performer, or the younger player with bigger upside? Do you want a stretch four or a banger in your front court?

Here, two of our writers each took a player and made their case for that particular player.

The conversation doesn’t end with our opinions though, so in the comments let us know: Who Ya Got?

The Case for Larry Sanders — Power Forward | 6′11″ | 225 lbs

In a draft deep at the power forward position, Larry Sanders has been wrongly overlooked.  Many consider him to be only a defensive four or five, but he brings a lot more to the table.  Yes, he is an elite defender, but he has the type of frame that has NBA scouts drooling.

Standing 6’ 11” with a 7’ 6” wingspan that was the second longest in the draft, he has the length to change games and teams' futures.  When you add to that his substantial upside, it’s a wo ...

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