Draft Day Thread! Let the Fireworks Begin!!

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    Can't wait to see these guys in Orlando in a couple weeks! 

     
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    Fireworks better include some trades cause this is run of the mill.

     
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    Maybe Young will continue to blossom as a prospect, but right now he's fairly one-dimensional. He's a shooter – and not nearly as consistent as some of the other wings in this draft. In his lone season at Kentucky, Young shot a modest 35 percent from behind the arc and required time and space to get his feet set. He rebounded decently and showed an ability to get to the rim going left, but he is a poor passer and doesn't put in sufficient effort on defense to consistently stay in front of his man. The good news with Young is that he has the raw ability to become a starting-caliber NBA shooting guard if he makes strides in some of the areas he's deficient. He'll need to work harder than he did at Kentucky. MARC J. SPEARS' DRAFT GRADE: B

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    Just like the next Shaq Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo....

    BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

     
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    I still think we may trade Phi future pick to get into 2nd round.

     
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    The Celts now have a young and smart backcourt.

    AB can now move to 6th man after 2 years.

     

    Ainge is keeping AB.

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    "young and smart"  hahaha +1

     

     
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    Maybe Young will continue to blossom as a prospect, but right now he's fairly one-dimensional. He's a shooter – and not nearly as consistent as some of the other wings in this draft. In his lone season at Kentucky, Young shot a modest 35 percent from behind the arc and required time and space to get his feet set. He rebounded decently and showed an ability to get to the rim going left, but he is a poor passer and doesn't put in sufficient effort on defense to consistently stay in front of his man. The good news with Young is that he has the raw ability to become a starting-caliber NBA shooting guard if he makes strides in some of the areas he's deficient. He'll need to work harder than he did at Kentucky. MARC J. SPEARS' DRAFT GRADE: B

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    Just like the next Shaq Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo....

    BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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    Yeah but, the didn't draft Kevin Willis Junior like the Lakers did.

     
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    GK - stop taking your frustration out on me - I can't help that the Lakers got "screwed" 

    Thanks Jimmy! 

     
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    GK - stop taking your frustration out on me - I can't help that the Lakers got "screwed" 

    Thanks Jimmy! 

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    X2

     
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    Can't wait to see these guys in Orlando in a couple weeks! 

     

     

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    Celts' first game will be on July 5, 11am.

     

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    Yes!!!!! can't wait!!!

     
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    Celtics still need size up front. Boston has a logjam at the 4 but nobody to play the 3 or 5.

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    They will address that when they trade Rondo.

     

     
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    Maybe Young will continue to blossom as a prospect, but right now he's fairly one-dimensional. He's a shooter – and not nearly as consistent as some of the other wings in this draft. In his lone season at Kentucky, Young shot a modest 35 percent from behind the arc and required time and space to get his feet set. He rebounded decently and showed an ability to get to the rim going left, but he is a poor passer and doesn't put in sufficient effort on defense to consistently stay in front of his man. The good news with Young is that he has the raw ability to become a starting-caliber NBA shooting guard if he makes strides in some of the areas he's deficient. He'll need to work harder than he did at Kentucky. MARC J. SPEARS' DRAFT GRADE: B

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    Just like the next Shaq Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo....

    BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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    GK when do the Fakers pick again - OH - my bad - 2018!! HaHaHa!!!

    Thanks Jimmy! 

     
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    Smart , AB , RR , Young, OK so I guess we're not resigning Bayless. 

     
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    Maybe Young will continue to blossom as a prospect, but right now he's fairly one-dimensional. He's a shooter – and not nearly as consistent as some of the other wings in this draft. In his lone season at Kentucky, Young shot a modest 35 percent from behind the arc and required time and space to get his feet set. He rebounded decently and showed an ability to get to the rim going left, but he is a poor passer and doesn't put in sufficient effort on defense to consistently stay in front of his man. The good news with Young is that he has the raw ability to become a starting-caliber NBA shooting guard if he makes strides in some of the areas he's deficient. He'll need to work harder than he did at Kentucky. MARC J. SPEARS' DRAFT GRADE: B

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    Just like the next Shaq Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo....

    BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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    Yeah but, the didn't draft Kevin Willis Junior like the Lakers did.

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    That was a bizarre pick. I thought for sure that they would get Vonleh.

     
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    LeBron trying to worm his way up to grab his boy Shabbazz.  

    Chalmers won't get it done LeBron.

     
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    Maybe Young will continue to blossom as a prospect, but right now he's fairly one-dimensional. He's a shooter – and not nearly as consistent as some of the other wings in this draft. In his lone season at Kentucky, Young shot a modest 35 percent from behind the arc and required time and space to get his feet set. He rebounded decently and showed an ability to get to the rim going left, but he is a poor passer and doesn't put in sufficient effort on defense to consistently stay in front of his man. The good news with Young is that he has the raw ability to become a starting-caliber NBA shooting guard if he makes strides in some of the areas he's deficient. He'll need to work harder than he did at Kentucky. MARC J. SPEARS' DRAFT GRADE: B

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    Just like the next Shaq Fat "Sack of Potatoes" Melo....

    BAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

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    Yeah but, the didn't draft Kevin Willis Junior like the Lakers did.

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    That was a bizarre pick. I thought for sure that they would get Vonleh.

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    Thank Jimmie!!!!

     
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    I just hope that Napier doesn't go to Miami. He is way too classy to team up with Lebron James.

     
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    Will DA make a move before the end of the evening? 

     
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    I sure hope so

     

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