Draft Night Edition: Nets-Pacers Analysis and Lebron James Signaling.

June 17th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
Nets: With the hiring of Avery Johnson, Nets are essentially deferring the next three years in preference of relocation to Brooklyn, revival of their lacking positions, and making court for Lebron James' expected small deal with Cavs.

Draft - Nets, just draft Greg Monroe. Put him aside Brook Lopez and you without doubt hGeorgetown's Greg Monroe ave the most skilled Front-Court in the league.

Derrick Favors - many have the Atlanta native crossing paths with Nets, I did at once, but it just isn't ideal considering he's raw and doesn't necessarily knock-the-socks off Coach Johnson's burn to win in two rather three or four years. He's also two years younger than Georgetown's Greg Monroe, who most rule as the best passing big-man since Chris Webber. We know Favors can bench press more than the average 18-year-old, but digesting him after Monroe is a tough one to sell under seven days until the draft.

Trade - Pacers are a team with this backstair influence on me because of the pieces in place there. Bird ought to force his hand for that one up-to-date player that aligns with today's NBA trend. Ideally, on their roster, that trend is deficient and screamin ...

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