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the Ringers draft guide

Post by kdp59 on Fri Jun 16, 2017 12:23 pm

not sure if its been linked here before

http://nbadraft.theringer.com/?player=j_bolden


the Australian Bolden is an interesting guy I had not read anything about before. Perhaps he couls be there with our early second rounder?

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Re: the Ringers draft guide

Post by red16russ11 on Fri Jun 16, 2017 12:30 pm

Awesome link, thanks, man.
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Post by wideclyde on Fri Jun 16, 2017 1:27 pm

Yes, nice link. Thanks for posting it.

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Re: the Ringers draft guide

Post by kdp59 on Sat Jun 17, 2017 12:21 pm

this is as good a place as any to post my annual combined draft rankings.

as a reminder, I combine Draftnet, Draft express, CBS sports and I added the Ringers top 60-100 rankings and then average them. A player must make at least two lists to make the cut this year.


Rank---Pos-------Player------Hgt---Wgt---Age--School
1----PG----Markelle Fultz-----6-4---190---19---Washington
2.---PG-----Lonzo Ball---------6-6---190---19---UCLA
3----SF-----Josh Jackson------6-8---205---20---Kansas
4----SF-----Jayson Tatum-----6-8---205---19----Duke
5----PG-----De'Aaron Fox-----6-3----170--19----Kentucky
6---PF/SF---Jonathan Isaac---6-10---210--19---Florida St
7----PG------Dennis Smith----6-2----195---19---N. Carolina St
8----SG-------Malik Monk------6-3----200--19----Kentucky
9-----PF------Lauri Markkanen--7-0---230---20---Arizona
10----PG-----Frank Ntilikina----6-5----190---19----Int
11----C/PF-----Zach Collins-----6-11--230---19---Gonzaga
12-----PF-------John Collins-----6-9----225---19--Wake Forest
13-----SG-----Donovan Mitchell--6-2---210--20---Louisville
14-----SG------Luke Kennard-----6-6--195---21---Duke
15-----SF-------Justin Jackson----6-8--200---22---N. Carolina
16------C--------Justin Patton----6-11--230---20--Creighton
17------PF-------Harry Giles------6-10---230--19---Duke
18------C--------Jarrett Allen-----6-10---235--19---Texas
19------SF------OG Anunoby------6-7---235---20---Indiana
20-----SG------Terrance Ferguson--6-7--185--19---Int
21------C--------Ike Anigbogu-----6-10--250--19---UCLA
22------PF--------TJ Leaf-----------6-10--225--20---UCLA
23------PF------Isaiah Hartenstein---7-0--250--19---Int
24-----C/PF------Bam Adebayo-----6-10---245--20--Kentucky
25------PG-------Jawun Evans------6-0--185---21---Oklahoma St
26------PF--------Ivan Rabb--------6-10---220--20--California
27------PF--------Jordan Bell-------6-8---225---22---Oregon
28------SF-------Semi Ojeleye----6-6----240---22---SMU
29------PF-------Caleb Swanigan---6-9---250--20---Purdue
30------PF--------Tyler Lydon-------6-9---215---21--Syracuse

31------PF-------DJ Wilson---------6-10---235---21---Michigan
32------C-------Anzejs Pasecniks---7-1--220---21----Int
33------PF------Johnathan Motley---6-9--240---22---Baylor
34------C----------Tony Bradley-----6-10--250---19--N. Carolina
35------PG--------Frank Johnson----6-3---200--19---Duke
36------PF---------Alec Peters-------6-8---235--22---Valparaiso
37------PF---------Kyle Kuzma------6-9----225--22---Utah
38------PG--------Derrick White-----6-4---190--23---Colorado
39------PF---------Jonah Bolden-----6-10--235--21----Int
40------SG---------Tyler Dorsey-----6-4----185--21---Oregon
41------PF---------Mathias Lessort---6-9---235--21----Int
42----SG/SF-------Wesley Iwundu---6-7---195--22---Kansas St
43----SG/PG--------PJ Dozier--------6-6---200---20---S. Carolina
44------SG----------Josh Hart--------6-5---210---22---Villanova
45------SG--------Sindarius Thornwell--6-5--210--22--S. Carolina
46------SF----------Dillon Brooks-----6-6---220---21---Oregon
47------PG----------Frank Mason-----6-5---190---23----Kansas
48-------C-----------Thomas Bryant---6-11--250--20----Indiana
49-------PF----------Cam Oliver-------6-8----240--21---Nevada
50-------SF-------Jaron Blossomgame---6-7--220--23--Clemson
51-----PG/SG-------Edmond Sumner---6-5---175--21---Xavier
52-------SG--------Dwayne Bacon------6-6--220---21---Florida St
53-------SG----------LJ Peak----------6-4--215---21---Georgetown
54-------SG------Damyean Dotson----6-6---205--23----Houston
55-------SF-------Devin Robinson----6-8----190---22----Florida
56-------PG--------Monte Morris-----6-2----175---22----Iowa St
57-------PG---Nigel Williams-Goss----6-3---190--22---Gonzaga
58-------SF----Aleksandar Vezenkov--6-9---225--22----Int
59-------PG--------Kobi Simmons-----6-4---170--20---Arizona
60-------SF---------VJ Beashem------6-7----195--22--Notre Dame

61-------SG-------Sterling Brown-----6-5---225--22---SMU
62-------SF--------Vlatko Cancar-----6-8---210--20----Int
63-------SF--------Andrew White-----6-7---220--24---Syracuse
64-------SG--------Charles Cooke----6-5---190--------Dayton
65-------PG--------Melo Trimble------6-3---185--22---Maryland
66-------PF---------Isaiah Hicks------6-8---235--23--N. Carolina
67-------PG---------Isaiah Briscoe--- 6-3---210--21--- Kentucky
68-------SG---------Davon Reed------6-6---208--22----Miami
69-------SG-------Wesley Da Silva---6-6---190---21----Int
70-------PF----------Nigel Hayes------6-8---240--22---Wisconsin
71--------C---------Kennedy Meeks---6-10--260--22--N. Carolina
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Re: the Ringers draft guide

Post by bobheckler on Sat Jun 17, 2017 12:57 pm

I would not be the least bit surprised if we saw Danny do another Euro draft-and-stash with our 2nd rounders this year.

Between Mickey, Yabby, Demetrius Jackson and Abdel Nader we have end-of-bench candidates in every position except center. Unless we take Isaac or one of the few other quality lottery picks we're looking at the 2nd round for bigs and we don't need more wings and swings. Doing another "Ante Zizic draft-and-stash" makes a lot of sense for a team with no roster slots wide-open except for bigs and all the quality bigs in Europe being a year or two away from maturation.

I'll post this thought on the 2nd round projection thread too.


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Re: the Ringers draft guide

Post by kdp59 on Sat Jun 17, 2017 3:29 pm

might end up having to trade them out.

2018 we have the Nets first and our own.

2019 we have our first, CLippers and Memphis first (both have protections, but should convey).

IF the rumored Philly trade happens, Danny gets the Laker first in 2018 and maybe another future first from Philly.

talk about no room for second rounders...there won't be room for all those first rounders.

I forgot the link

http://basketball.realgm.com/nba/draft/future_drafts/detailed
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