but will not get an agent yet. I would think he's as good as gone. The possiblity of the age limitations will scare some of these kids into the draft. But I think any year, Green goes.
You almost got it.Kidd Karma said:Athletic wing man. Currently measures in at 6-8. Draws comparisons to TMac. He's from Texas, but don't know what college he has signed with. Good handles, an athlete, haven't heard much about his shot. But if he's like the 2nd wing off the bench, he'd provide good minutes playing alongside Kidd. Yea, I'd probably go with the thought that you get the best available, then fill out the roster in free agency/trade(exception), with the PF as top priority, then depending on the draft, get a backup wing or big man.
He's coming out of High School, I doubt he will be able to contribute with RJ and Carter healthy, I was thinking longer term.SeaNet said:Cool, thanks for the scouting reports people. While I want a big man in the draft, its always better to get a wing player who can contribute than to get a big man that can't.
Miles is a totally different situation, even in high school he was only an athlete. Green is an athlete but he can flat out shoot(off the dribble too). From the McDonalds game I saw that he can create his own shot and he can just FLY.whiterhino said:Green is an athlete but yeah he can't "play" at this point....my fear would be a Darius Miles type situation...super freak athletically but never meets expectations....