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first thing i'm going to say is that given the results of the lottery selection, it looks as if things just got more complicated but that, as you said, the opportunities have become endless. i'd almost say that the 11th pick is more intriguing than the 6th. most of the mock drafts i've seen have roughly the same five players going in the top five. barring the odd selction of a player rated much lower within that first five (can you say Tristan Thompson?), we should have a pretty decent idea of what's going to be available at our number 6 (if we keep it, of course). number 11 opens the door to quite a few more possibilities. i also know we want to shop the pick(s) for young and rising stars, but i would like to see us keep at least one of these picks and take a guy who'll be able to contribute. i would also suggest we heavily shop those two second rounders (picks 40 and 41) including one or both of them in a trade package could really help us out.~ KMM
I think Paul Milsap and Louis Amunson are free agents. Both are rebounders and great help defenders.
I also would like to trade both picks for young talent. I've never been much of a gambler and everyone says there are only 5 sure bets there. The picks have great value in the free agency market.
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