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Your 2019 Hornets

Discussion in 'Charlotte Hornets' started by dig-it, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. dig-it

    dig-it Pizza Wot?

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    GO RAPTORS!!
     
  3. dig-it

    dig-it Pizza Wot?

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    The 2029 Hornet draft picks:

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    PJ Washington
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    6'8"230 lbsKentucky
    5POS RK
    16OVR RK

    NBA draft profile: PJ Washington
    PJ Washington averaged 15.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game as a sophomore at Kentucky.

    Pre-Draft Analysis
    Strengths
    - Not particularly tall at 6-8 in shoes, but has a chiseled frame, big hands, a 7-3 wingspan and an 8-11 standing reach that should allow him to see minutes as a small-ball center. Fairly quick off his feet and has solid explosiveness off two feet.

    - Developed into a versatile offensive player in his sophomore season, converting 42% of his 3-point attempts and 55% of his 2s. Was utilized in a variety of ways at Kentucky -- both facing and with his back to the basket, playing as a pick-and-roll finisher and moving off the ball in open spaces. Creative finisher with good hands and touch.

    - Can make an impact as a defender and rebounder thanks to his length and improved conditioning and activity level. Showed a lot of toughness by playing through injury in the NCAA tournament. Ticks quite a few boxes on both ends of the floor. Has a high floor.


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    Cody Martin
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    6'6"192 lbsNevada
    15POS RK
    66OVR RK

    Pre-Draft Analysis
    At the combine, Martin stood out by defending with toughness at 6-foot-6 with a 6-foot-10 wingspan, operating as a lead ball handler given his excellent vision and feel and finishing above the rim in space. He didn't make a 3 and remains limited in that area, but should a team feel comfortable it can work with his mechanics, he could most certainly carve out a role in the NBA.

    Post-Draft Analysis
    Charlotte took a flier on long-armed, 6-foot-6 wing Cody Martin, a versatile player who saw quite a few minutes at point guard for Nevada and impressed with his defense and toughness.
     
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    Black&Black Try My Product

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    I tried watching the draft, but I fell asleep. Boring as fuck.


    Are they any good?
     
  5. dig-it

    dig-it Pizza Wot?

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    I`ve nary a clue on either one.
    yeah, I said nary. heheh
     
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    Sounds like roster filler.
     
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    dig-it Pizza Wot?

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    Evidently the Hornets saw this picture and knew Washington was special.
    He doesn`t even need the ground to walk on.


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    Atleast they had a much better pic then the Suns. They screwed up in this draft(the suns)...
     
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    Jalen McDaniels

    6'10"192 lbsSan Diego State

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    NBA draft profile: Jalen McDaniels
    Jalen McDaniels averaged 15.9 points and 8.3 rebounds per game as a sophomore at San Diego State.

    Pre-Draft Analysis
    McDaniels was inconsistent from the perimeter in his two years in college, though his defensive versatility, ability to create offense at 6-10 and overall upside are intriguing long term.

    Post-Draft Analysis
    Jalen McDaniels' size, ballhandling and defensive versatility are interesting enough to warrant a pick at this stage of the draft, even if his slender frame will have to improve to earn a roster spot eventually. -- Jonathan Givony
     
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    No need to watch this season as the Raptors will win again. The beginning of a dynasty.
     

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