IF THE PISTONS DONT DRAFT SHABAZZ NAPIER, THEY ARE...?

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  1. OLD SKOOL HQ

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    BRAIN DEAD IGNORANT!! This kid is so ME when I played at Belle Isle, EMU and church leagues! HE JUST WANTS TO WIN!!!
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    Well he did play with Drummond for a year....so there is some history...
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    I'm not a college ball fan, but that Randle kid from Kentucky is an animal.

    He was reminding me of Larry Johnson and Shawn Kemp tonight.
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    I know Will Bynum is too short to be in the NBA. Isn't Napier shorter than Will?
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    Immediate starter on the club. Yes, will be a Johnson type. But at eight, won't be there.
    Smart will be gone.
    Hood will be there.
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    Randle has been a beast during the tourney. No one can stop him.

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    We might win the lottery. Stranger things have happened. The ultimate is if we go on a winning streak with the scubs, finish in the disaster zone, and then get lucky with the rigged lottery.
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    Any time you can add a church league star in the draft, you gotta do that deal.
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    Randle? Yes... what the Pistons really need is another power forward.

    If they hit the top 3, they'd be fools not to take whoever's left between Parker, Wiggins, or Smart. If they pick 7th or 8th, hope for Exum, Smart or Harris.
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    If we win the lottery, Wiggings, Parker or Exum.

    If we get the 8th pick, grab the best available, even if it's a PF like Vonleh or Aaron Gordon.
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    I think we should draft a small forward and play him at power forward.
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    I like Kyle Anderson. He could play the 2.
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    If things go according to the percentages, the Pistons will end up drafting 7th or 8th. As of today, the guys that will be available in that range will be:

    Marcus Smart - PG - Oklahoma St. - 6'4" 220
    Gary Harris - SG - Michigan St. - 6'4" 210
    Kyle Anderson - SF - UCLA - 6'9" 230
    Doug McDermott - SF - Creighton 6'7" 225
    Rodney Hood - SF - Duke - 6'8" 215

    Others: LaVine, Grant, Stauskas, Gordon, Ennis, Payne

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    I like your positive direction.
    Personally, it is wasted on me.
    This club has tome stone's in their eyes.
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    Another rodney please.
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    I like the name Rodney Hood.
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    Marcus Smart thanks.
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    No, another Tay.
    Just a sweet stroke. Lateral quickness and his final catch from any direction is always balanced upon release.
    He will face up and can slash (watch the video from below).
    DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Rodney Hood, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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    Ya know, I just wish that Tay was retired.
    As a couch and with this kid in particular, he would help this organization in so many ways.
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    Won't be there, unless of a major screw up from the other seven. Then again, he might be there.
    Let us remember, the emphasis in todays NBA is the all powerful catalyst that begins by the guard play. For me, actually, it never left.
    All we need is just one tiny screw up. That's how we got Drummond (and that tail got longer with the addition of Monroe).
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    I don't know about another PF, I'll settle for a PF.

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