Nope, and I don't think Pax would. and I don't think he'd take Reddick under any conditions.truebluefan said:http://www.probasketballnews.com/mock_draft.html
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font=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]2. Chicago Bulls: [/font]Brandon Roy, 6-6, SG, Washington (senior)
He'll probably never be an All-Star, but nobody in this weak draft likely will be. Truth is, Roy is the most complete guard in the country and
would be able to provide immediate help to any team.
And getting immediate help is a great concept. Too
bad owners and GMs are more concerned with drafting
"potential." It's made them take passes on guys like
Roy and done irreversible damage to the league's
11. Chicago Bulls: J.J. Redick, 6-4, SG, Duke (senior)
One of the greatest shooters the college game has ever seen, Redick has also made great strides in his footwork and ability to get to the basket. The biggest knock on him is his defense, and rightfully so. But that's not so bad, considering Reggie Miller and Michael Redd never shut anyone down. With the right team, Redick could average 12 to 15 points per game right off the bat. With the wrong one, he might not even get in the game.
I stopped with us. Two SG's. Our strength is our guards so what do we do? draft two more.
I can see one. But two?