Professional and College Basketball Forums banner

1 - 2 of 2 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
219 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
We all talk alot about our first round of the #2 pick who we should pick up, should we keep the pick or trade the #2 pick, and etc.

In this thread talk about our two seconds round the #30 pick and the #44 pick for our two second rounds.

Who you guys think we should pick in the #30 and our #44 pick in the second round like what ceteran player we should grab in the second rounds or should we trade it even though not much to trade for the second rounds.

I'm going to tell what player I am interest in our second rounds when I do a little bit more research there is one guy I might be interest but forgot to spell his name got to find how to spell his name :laugh:

But all I know is this that he's a SF uh I talk about it in this thread more when I do my little bit more reasearch and find the guy that I can't spell his damn name :laugh:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
219 Posts
Discussion Starter #2
Ok there is one guy I found that I can't spell his name and his name is........Vincent Yarbrough I do see this guy play a few games on tv and some highlights and he's really a good player..........He's like 6'7 according to ESPN and play small forward. I know we got a small forwards but for back up bench he can score that for sure which we should need another scoring threat for our bench. He's really a very good slasher and should be our insurance policy just incase doesn't work out for E-Rob with his injury with his toe.

Here is a little information more on Vincent:



Yarbrough holds one school record and ranks among Tennessee's career leaders in several other categories. His 211 career steals are the most in school history, while he ranks among the schools career leaders in scoring (eighth; 1,737 points), rebounds (sixth; 862), blocks (seventh; 131), 3-pointers (fourth; 179) and 3-point attempts (fourth; 526). Ranked among the SEC leaders this past season in five different categories including scoring (second; 18.1 ppg), rebounding (sixth; 7.5 rpg), steals (ninth; 1.87 spg), 3-pointers made (10th; 1.94 per game) and defensive rebounds (fourth; 5.29 per game). Against SEC opponents, his 18.6 points ranked second in the league.

The only problem with this guy he need to learn how to handle the ball and play the two guard position he maybe good enough to play both SF and SG if he work on the skills need to work on.


Another player I'm very interest which he is a great defensive stopper he remind me of a Scott Pipen defensie skill. But he might be in the first round but if he slip in the second round we should grab him the #30 pick or one of our second rounds and his name is Chris Jefferies. I'm pretty sure you all heard about him and talk much about him in realgm.com so I don't have to give information about this guy.

But of course it depend what happen with our #2 pick if we do pick up a guard (Jay Williams) for our #2 selection in our second rounds we should pick up a SF and maybe a two guard or SF/SG combo. Or maybe which is hard to trade a second rounds to get a veteran for a good deal.

They might be more players might be interest to look at for the second rounds. Need to do a bit more research.

But so far what you guys think?
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
Top