The other one is Brian CookOriginally posted by <b>Sovereignz</b>!
Well, this post got wiped but three years from now I think we will be saying that Phoenix got three of the four biggest steals from the draft with Maciej, Leandro, and Zarko.. the other one I have a feeling will be Delfino.. They say he's a more polished Ginobili ... Could be good.
Originally posted by <b>MJG</b>!
Steve Blake! :wiz:
Actually, in my original post I had a blurb on both Steve Blake and the possibility of Brian Cook (I was hoping the Jazz would draft him at the time).. Blake has had numerous superb games, but he needs to develop his own offensive game a bit more..Originally posted by <b>Brian34Cook</b>!
The other one is Brian Cook
The difference is that he draft players with potential, not raw prospects.Originally posted by <b>Sovereignz</b>!
Their reliance on foreign scouting nets them huge benefits, imho. On top of letting them better know which foreign prospects might have a bright future in the NBA, it also helps them shy away from players who don't (Skita at this point is the best example I can give, though he hasn't really had a chance to show off his new muscle this year)..
Well, he might be the steal of the 2002 draft, but I agree with you. When Barbosa's shot isn't falling he doesn't contribute a lot other than some nice defense which could be a LOT better given his intangibles..Originally posted by <b>Rashidi</b>!
I think the bigger steal is Milos Vujanic. He will probably prove to be just as good as Barbosa.