It doesn't say from the last 2 drafts.Originally posted by babylon
rd;odom and miles werent from the last 2 drafts.
nc state guy;wasnt that welsch pick owed to the warriors from a previous deal.?
How do you figure? He said best draft over a 2 year period. That refers to any 2 year period. Not just the past 2 drafts.Originally posted by KC
He oviously meant the last 2 years...
He then proceeded to list players from the last 2 drafts ONLY. Take his post in context.Originally posted by RD
How do you figure? He said best draft over a 2 year period. That refers to any 2 year period. Not just the past 2 drafts.
What are you talking about? The Warriors had alot of quality in their draft, and definitly more so than NJ.Originally posted by TheGoods
1. Grizz: Pau Gasol, Shane Battier, Drew Gooden, Robert Archibald, Matt Barnes (traded to Cleveland)
2.New Jersey:Richarson Jefferson, Jason Collins, Brandon Armstrong, Brian Scalabrine, Nened Kristic
3. Bulls: Tyson Chandler, Eddy Curry, Jay Williams, Roger Mason, Lonney Baxter, Trenton Hassell
don't confuse quantity with quality (Warriors drafts).
And what about Stockton and Malone?. I think it is not bad at all.Originally posted by TheGoods
well if it's any team's back to back drafts it's the Magic with Penny (Weber traded for him draft day) and then the next year Shaq/
and the Clippers come in second with Lamar Odom, Darius Miles, Keyon Dooling, Quenitin Richardson, Marko Jaric, and Rico Hill (the CBA's leading scorer whom the Clippers still own the rights to), not to mention aquiring Corey Maggette draft day '00. and after that it's hard to tell but I'd say Toronto with T-Mac then Vince.