-->Here's a site with some of Nedzad's recent stats. Click on Teams at the left. Click on Verviers-Pepinster, then scroll down to the bottom. You can click on individual games that they've played, then view his stats from there.QRICH said:From a lot of scouting reports I've read, despite his height (7'3") He'll be a PF in this league. He's quick, but not strong. He's years away from contributing. I'll say he's as raw as Nedzad at this point.
Here's the quandary with Aleksandrov. Every scout who sees him practice is in love with his talent, to the point several will claim he's the most-skilled player in the draft. Every scout who sees him play, however, walks away disappointed. Aleksandrov has all the fundamentals you could ask for, but so far he doesn't show them in games. Two or three years ago, his talent alone would've guaranteed him a high lottery pick. Now? Given what has happened with guys like Nikoloz Tskitishvili, scouts are much more careful. Bottom line? Scouts still feel Aleksandrov is a lottery pick based on his talent, but he has moved down to the 10-15 range. In an ideal world, he'd stay in Europe a couple of years, prove his worth on the court and work his way to No. 1. In the real world, chances are he'll stay in the draft.
Note that I was counting on at least one of them playing backup PF, not C. I agree that we have greater needs than Center, notably SG, but we also need a backup PF and Martynas might be the best player available. We can always trade for our SG, either a proven NBA player or a middle of the first round draft pick, to possibly use on someone like Garcia, a proven college player.BlazerFanFoLife said:Gambitnut i hope your kidding right? Draft, how many Center prospects do we need? Take Greene or a proven College player. Maybe Splitter
gambitnut said:Even if he is a PF rather than a C, we'll need a backup PF for Zach at least as much as a C, if not more, and a 7'3" one sounds good, especially with Zach's lack of height. A frontline rotation of Zach, Ha, Nedzad and him sounds pretty decent to me.
Selecting Green seems totally at odds with your first paragraph. Not that I'm vehemently opposed to picking Green, but if you don't want an athletic freak who's not ready to play in the NBA, then you don't want Green.RedHot&Rolling said:We need ready-to-go Basketball players on this team. No more athletic freaks either. Fundamentally sound basketball players!!!!
Bogut - Williams - Green or trade down or out.
It is a little known fact that the Olson twins have been working as a tag-team for an underground MMA circuit.barfo said:I would pay to watch that.