Wolves News 5/27

Kahn Interview with Dan Barriero

Follow the link in our forums here. Also do feel free to register with us and comment on that and other topics. Any interview between Barriero and Kahn is good, but this one was surprisingly short. It’s encouraging to hear Kahn does not appear against absorbing a bad contract in order to really move ahead in terms of personnel. While I may not agree with that at its extreme, this is quite encouraging to hear as a fan.

Need some new Draft Material?

Check out this well written blog, NBA Draft Blog, which breaks down several players and abilities in detail. They discuss a lot of “non-high profile” guys which is great for those of us who don’t follow the NCAA religiously.

Rumor: Rudy Fernandez and the #22 for the #16?

A linkless, speculative forum post at RealGM met with surprisingly negative responses. Post-worthy still. I have read a few comments at a few other Wolves-sites-that-shall-not-be-named clamoring for a Fernandez/Batum for the 4th pick deal as a great trade for us. I personally would have a spontaneous bowel movement if that happened. As for the trade above, a decent move I’d say. I worry though becuase Rudy seems unhappy in the NBA and I don’t want to miss out on a guy like Paul George, who might have more upside than Rudy. Either way, Fernandez here doesn’t exactly hurt our chances of getting Rubio over here…someday….

In Case You Missed It

Check out a recap of Tuesday Draft workouts here.

Your Daily Rubio Goodness.  ENJOY:

Harangody!

A recap of today’s workouts, including the all-but-perfect future Wolf Luke Harangody

Question: How did the workout go today? 
Harangody: “It was a great workout, it was a good group of guys. Very intense and physical, just what you would expect from one of these. I’ve been through this process before so I’m used to it by now.” 

Question: We heard you took a little dive into the seats today… 
Harangody: “Yeah (laughs), it gets physical in here and people are trying to get a job so anything goes now…I’m going to be that energy guy, come into these workouts and just do the dirty work and hopefully do the same thing next year.” 

Question: Do you feel like you have to change your game a bit for the NBA? 
Harangody: “Yeah, I’m not going to be the same player that I was in college, there’s going to be a lot of things I have to change up, catching on the perimeter and facing up, things like that.” 

Question: How is your three-point shooting now? 
Harangody: “I’m trying to step out a little bit more, shooting the NBA-three more as the weeks go by and just be more comfortable shooting out there.”

I hate to say it, but I wouldn’t be opposed to drafting him in the 2nd round if available. Primarily to replace Cardinal as the chief source of comic relief on the roster. However, the guy can flat out shoot and score. I see him as a Ryan Anderson type role-player in the future.  Also an interview with Scottie Reynolds (no relation).

Star Tribune Writeup on Charles Garcia/Wolves Updates

A good feature on a lesser known workout invitee.

That he feels overlooked is understandable. How many times did Seattle University, where Garcia averaged 18.7 points and 8.3 rebounds, appear on national TV? How many games did the Redhawks win in the NCAA tournament? How big of a ripple did his 41-point eruption against Wofford create?

Exactly. Zero

Also within:

Kahn and Wolves coach Kurt Rambis left Wednesday night for Europe, where they will watch guard Ricky Rubio and center Nikola Pekovic play twice apiece next week. They also will visit free agent Darko Milicic, who has said he hopes to re-sign with the Wolves next season.

 

Ford’s Latest Mock has 76ers taking Favors at 2.

Ford continues to shift things around just to get people talking, which should come as no surprise.

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Washington

John Wall

Position: PG
Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 196 pounds
Age: 19
School: Kentucky

Analysis: While GM Ernie Grunfeld continues to maintain that the Wizards haven’t made any decisions and plan to bring in both Wall and Turner to work out, a Wizards source at the NBA draft combine acknowledged to me privately that the team will take Wall barring any unforeseen complications with his physical.

While a backcourt of Wall and Gilbert Arenas does raise some questions, it should be fine. Arenas has always been more of a 2-guard anyway, and Wall’s star quality makes him the obvious choice for the Wizards to build around.

 

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Philadelphia

Derrick Favors

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 245
Age: 18
School: Georgia Tech

Buzzkill at 4 to follow below the fold (along with the rest of the 1st round, and more links of course…CLICK READ MORE TO CONTINUE).

Analysis: I’ve heard various sources make pretty forceful arguments that three different players are second on the 76ers‘ board: Evan Turner, DeMarcus Cousins and Derrick Favors. At times, I’ve been persuaded by all three. But now it looks like the Sixes are leaning toward Favors, according to what I was told on Monday by a credible source familiar with coach Doug Collins’ thinking.

Turner isn’t a great fit next to Andre Iguodala. And while Cousins is a perfect fit in the middle, the team has some concerns about his on-court attitude. That leaves Favors, who has as much upside as any player in the draft.

His measurements out of Chicago are virtually identical to Dwight Howard‘s — which means he should be just fine playing center. All of this can change once players undergo individual workouts and interviews, but from what I can gather, Favors has the lead if the Sixers decide to keep the pick.

 

 

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New Jersey

Evan Turner

Position: SG
Height: 6-7
Weight: 214
Age: 21
School: Ohio State

Analysis: If Turner slides to No. 3, it’s a dream scenario for New Jersey. While the Nets think very highly of Favors, they also have a chance to fill the power forward position with a free agent like Carlos Boozer or Amare Stoudemire.

The Nets want to turn this thing around quickly and Turner has the ability to step in and play from day one. He can play both the 2 and the 3, and can share time on the wing with Courtney Lee and Terrence Williams.

The team also is high on Syracuse forward Wesley Johnson. I’m told he’s in the mix at the No. 3 spot, as well. But for now, Turner has the edge.

 

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Minnesota

Wesley Johnson

Position: SF
Height: 6-8
Weight: 206
Age: 22
School: Syracuse

Analysis: The Wolves are exploring possibilities of moving up in the draft. Evan Turner is their target and they have the assets to make a deal with either Philly or New Jersey.

If they keep the pick, Johnson seems like a terrific fit. He’s long and athletic, rebounds from the 3 spot and can hit an open jumper. Some believe he’s the next Shawn Marion.

 

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Sacramento

Al-Farouq Aminu

Position: SF
Height: 6-9
Weight: 215
Age: 19
School: Wake Forest

Analysis: It’s not easy to figure out which way the Kings are going right now. They play things close to the chest, and last year we got it wrong all the way up until the day of the draft.

This year is not that much different. They aren’t really hurting at any one particular position, with the possible exception of center.

Cousins could make some sense here, but for now the word (albeit a shaky one) has Aminu in the lead.

 

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Golden State

DeMarcus Cousins

Position: C
Height: 6-11
Weight: 292
Age: 19
School: Kentucky

Analysis: I think the Warriors will do backflips if Cousins slips this far.

He actually had a pretty good week in Chicago. A number of NBA GMs told me that based on Cousins’ body of work, interviews and his measurements, they believe Cousins has as much talent as anyone in the draft, including John Wall.

Cousins has been compared to everyone from Shaq to Zach Randolph, but here’s an interesting historical comparison to ponder — could he be the next Moses Malone?

“He’s huge, he scores around the basket, he’s a terrific rebounder and he plays with a chip on his shoulder,” one GM said. “How many 20-10 centers come along? Not very many. As far as a talent goes, he could be incredible in the NBA. The league has gotten smaller and quicker. Cousins would kill most of the big guys in our league today.”

Cousins also fared well in the measurement category, comparing favorably in size to NBA centers. He measured a legit 6-foot-11 with a tremendous 7-foot-6 wingspan and 9-foot-5 standing reach. Those numbers put him on par with the likes of Dwight Howard, Greg Oden and Brook Lopez. His interviews weren’t nearly as bad as everyone made them out to be, either.

While the Warriors have Andris Biedrins in the middle, he’s nothing like Cousins, who can come in and be a big-time scorer right away. Teaming Cousins with with Stephen Curry and Anthony Randolph would give the Warriors a great foundation.

 

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Detroit

Ed Davis

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 227
Age: 20
School: North Carolina

Analysis: Pistons president Joe Dumars has said he wants his team to regain the grit and toughness of past Pistons teams. But picking at No. 7 makes that a bit of a challenge. The Pistons are really high on both Cousins and Favors, but most likely they’ll have to move up in the draft to get one of them. Regardless, the Pistons are taking a big man.

If they stay at No. 7, Davis makes some sense. He’s got a nose for the ball and attacks the offensive glass. But he’s also not the most polished player in the draft. Greg Monroe and Ekpe Udoh are other possibilities here. Apparently Cole Aldrich really isn’t in the mix here.

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Los Angeles Clippers

Gordon Hayward

Position: SF
Height: 6-8
Weight: 211
Age: 20
School: Butler

 

Analysis: The Clippers could go in a lot of different directions with this pick and I keep getting mixed signals.

The latest tip to come out of Chicago pointed in the direction of Hayward. He’s one of the most versatile guys in the draft, and while he struggled a bit this season, he can really knock down shots. Given that the team plans to feature Blake Griffin next year, that’s a big deal.

With the loss of Marcus Camby, Ekpe Udoh is also a real possibility here, as is Xavier Henry.

 

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Utah
(via New York)

Greg Monroe

Position: PF
Height: 6-11
Weight: 247
Age: 19
School: Georgetown

 

Analysis: The Jazz are in a position to lose Carlos Boozer this summer via free agency, but Monroe would be a solid consolation prize. He’s not superathletic, but he’s the most skilled big guy in the draft and would be a perfect fit in coach Jerry Sloan’s half-court offense.

His measurements out of Chicago also support his cause. He measured 6-foot-11 in shoes with a 7-foot-2 wingspan and a standing reach that puts him on par with most of the top big men in the draft.

But don’t ignore a coming challenge by Gordon Hayward. The Jazz love him and need someone to replace free agent Kyle Korver.

 

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Indiana

Avery Bradley

Position: SG
Height: 6-3
Weight: 180
Age: 19
School: Texas

 

Analysis: The Pacers are one of the most difficult teams to peg right now. They have so many needs and are talking to everyone about moving up, moving down, or maybe even moving out of the draft, according to a number of other teams who have targeted the Pacers’ pick.

The Pacers’ biggest need is at point guard. A month ago, I think Bradley would’ve been considered a stretch here, but more and more scouts and GMs believe he could be this year’s Russell Westbrook. Ekpe Udoh, Cole Aldrich, Xavier Henry and Gordon Hayward are also possibilities here, too.

 

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New Orleans

Cole Aldrich

Position: C
Height: 6-10
Weight: 236
Age: 21
School: Kansas

Analysis: The Hornets need size and will feel that they’re getting a steal if Aldrich falls this far.

Aldrich didn’t measure particularly well in Chicago, standing just 6-foot-9 in socks. He makes up for much of that with a huge 7-foot-4 wingspan and a versatile game that allows him to face the basket. Aldrich could go as high as No. 5. I don’t think he slides further than this.

 

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Memphis

Luke Babbitt

Position: SF
Height: 6-9
Weight: 214
Age: 20
School: Nevada

 

Analysis: This pick may seem like a bit of a reach, but sources say the Grizzlies have locked in early on Babbitt — and they’re concerned he won’t be there when they pick again at No. 25. While I have no idea who he can guard at the next level, the guy can really score. The question: Is he the next Adam Morrison or the next Chris Mullin? The Grizzlies are banking on the latter.

 

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Toronto

Daniel Orton

Position: C
Height: 6-10
Weight: 269
Age: 19
School: Kentucky

Analysis: While Orton averaged just 3 ppg and 3 rpg, he’s considered a player with tremendous upside thanks to a wide body, long arms and the ability to play both in the paint and facing the basket. He measured short in Chicago (6-8¾ in socks) but has a huge wingspan (7-4¼) to make up for it.

With the Raptors on the verge of losing Chris Bosh this summer, they have to start thinking about a long-term replacement in the middle. The team would like to move Andrea Bargnani to the 4 and needs a tough rebounder and shot-blocker in the middle. Ekpe Udoh, Hassan Whiteside and Solomon Alabi will also get long looks here.

 

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Houston

Ekpe Udoh

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 237
Age: 22
School: Baylor

 

Analysis: Udoh is the type of long, shot-blocking forward who should find a comfortable home in Houston. While he’s a bit older than the rest of the class and doesn’t have elite athleticism, he’s still improving — one of the few older players in the draft with any real upside left. Patrick Patterson and Hassan Whiteside are other possibilities here.

 

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Milwaukee
(via Chicago)

Xavier Henry

Position: SG
Height: 6-7
Weight: 210
Age: 19
School: Kansas

 

Analysis: Henry looked good at the NBA draft combine in the drills, where he shot the lights out. It also didn’t hurt that he ended up ranking as the sixth-best player in the draft in John Hollinger’s Draft Rater.

Teams as high up as the Clippers, Jazz and Pacers are looking at him closely. At this point, if Gordon Hayward goes higher, I don’t see Henry slipping past the Bucks, who can use him at both the 2 and the 3. With John Salmons looking to opt out, they’re going to need to add some more versatility to the wing position.

James Anderson and Patrick Patterson are other possibilities with this pick.

 

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Minnesota
(via Charlotte)

Paul George

Position: SF
Height: 6-9
Weight: 214
Age: 20
School: Fresno State

 

Analysis: After Whiteside, George is one of the biggest upside players in the draft. He didn’t dominate at Fresno State, but as a 6-9 2-guard who can really shoot the basketball, he draws comparisons to everyone from Joe Johnson to Wilson Chandler to Trevor Ariza.

The Wolves need shooting and size in their backcourt, so he should be the perfect fit. Pair him with Wesley Johnson or Evan Turner and the Wolves just got a lot better.

 

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Chicago
(via Milwaukee)

James Anderson

Position: SG
Height: 6-6
Weight: 210
Age: 21
School: Oklahoma State

 

 

Analysis: Anderson was one of the best scorers in college basketball and could be a very good fit in the Bulls‘ backcourt. His ability to stretch the defense and attack the basket would make him a nice complement toDerrick Rose.

Even if the team ends up landing LeBron James or Dwyane Wade, look for Anderson to be the guy. As far as NBA ready players go, there are few better in this draft. I’d expect him to play the same sort of role James Harden did in OKC last season.

Okay I’d like to pause right now for this reason:

Reason # 679 I love the NBA. Moving on:

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Miami

Eric Bledsoe

Position: PG
Height: 6-2
Weight: 192
Age: 20
School: Kentucky

 

Analysis: Bledsoe is a tough, Pat Riley type of player and could be a long-term upgrade from the Mario Chalmers-Carlos Arroyo duo at point guard.

Bledsoe was one of the players who really helped himself at the draft combine. Playing outside of John Wall’s shadow, he often looked like the best guard on the floor. Physically, he’s ready for the NBA right now. But he still needs more experience running the point. Long term, Bledsoe could pay off.

 

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Boston

Solomon Alabi

Position: C
Height: 7-1
Weight: 237
Age: 22
School: Florida State

 

Analysis: Alabi may seem like a bit of a reach to some, but I was impressed with the feedback I received from NBA scouts and GMs after the combine. Not only did he measure as the biggest player in the draft, but he showed a nice skills game and a terrific motor in the drills.

Some scouts are comparing him to Dikembe Mutombo. I don’t think Alabi has the same sort of rebounding and shot blocking ability, but he does have a similar demeanor and presence on the court.

 

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San Antonio

Damion James

Position: SF
Height: 6-8
Weight: 227
Age: 22
School: Texas

 

Analysis: James is one of the more underrated players in the draft. Very few players have his combination of athleticism and motor.

He doesn’t have a position on offense, but he can defend multiple positions on the floor. He should be able to step in right away with the Spurs‘ veterans and provide meaningful minutes

 

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Oklahoma City

Donatas Motiejunas

Position: PF
Height: 7-0
Weight: 220
Age: 19
Country: Lithuania

Analysis: If Motiejunas believes he’ll slip this far, he most likely will withdraw from the draft. But he’d be a great long-term pickup for the Thunder if they can get him this low.

He’s a very skilled forward who has some Pau Gasol and Toni Kukoc in his game. He is playing at a high level in Europe but needs to get stronger.

 

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Portland

Patrick Patterson

Position: PF
Height: 6-8
Weight: 245
Age: 21
School: Kentucky

 

Analysis: Patterson would be a steal for the Blazers if he slips this low. While Patterson does little to wow you, he’s the type of unselfish, productive big man that will fit in well with the team Blazers GM Kevin Pritchard has put together.

He measured well in Chicago and was apparently one of the best interviewees there, so he could find himself moving back up into the late lottery. But I’m still struggling to find him a home.

 

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Minnesota
(via Utah)

Kevin Seraphin

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 258
Age: 20
Country: France

 

Analysis: With their third pick of this draft, you can expect the Wolves to stash a player overseas. Seraphin hasn’t really produced big numbers in France, but he has Serge Ibaka-like physical upside.

 

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Atlanta

Hassan Whiteside

Position: C
Height: 7-0
Weight: 227
Age: 20
School: Marshall

 

Analysis: How can a guy who just measured with a freakish 7-foot-7 wingspan slip this far? The word out of Chicago was that the interviews didn’t go so well. And as I wrote in my draft combinewrap-up blog post, I had the chance to sit down with Whiteside and I can understand why.

Whiteside isn’t a bad kid, but he’s a very naïve one at this point in a way that reminds me a bit of Tyrus Thomas. Eventually some team will decide the talent is too much to pass on. But I think he did some damage to his stock last week. He can certainly make up for that in workouts … but he’s just created a bigger mountain to climb.

 

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Memphis
(via Denver)

Larry Sanders

Position: SF
Height: 6-11
Weight: 222
Age: 21
School: Va. Commonwealth

Analysis: If the Grizzlies go a little safe with their first pick, they can swing for the fences with Sanders. With a freakish wingspan and terrific athleticism, Sanders could add a different look to the Grizzlies’ front court.

Both Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph are big bodies, but neither player can run the floor and do the things Sanders can do.

 

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Oklahoma City
(via Phoenix)

Craig Brackins

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 229
Age: 22
School: Iowa State

Analysis: Brackins would be a good pick for the Thunder. He’s a high-character guy who can score inside and outside and will play hard. Right now Nenad Krstic is the only guy who can really get it done in the post. Brackins could be a nice long-term fit.

 

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New Jersey
(via Dallas)

Keith Gallon

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 302
Age: 19
School: Oklahoma

 

 

Analysis:We’ve had Terrico White pegged here for a couple of weeks and he could still be the pick. But if the Nets get their hands on Evan Turner at No. 3, then they probably focus on a big with their other pick.

Gallon is one of the best-shooting big men in the draft. If he can get in better shape, he’s a talent at this spot in the draft.

 

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Memphis
(via L.A. Lakers)

Quincy Pondexter

Position: SF
Height: 6-7
Weight: 220
Age: 22
School: Washington

 

Analysis: Pondexter was one of the best seniors in the country. He is an elite athlete and proved this season that he can really score. He’s a jump shot away from being a star. Think the next Desmond Mason.

 

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Orlando

Willie Warren

Position: PG
Height: 6-4
Weight: 210
Age: 20
School: Oklahoma

 

Analysis: At the beginning of the season, Warren was considered a potential top-10 pick. However, a poor season and some injuries, plus some bad chemistry with his coach, really hurt his stock.

But he is a steal here and the type of versatile guard who could make an impact for the Magic.

 

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Washington
(via Cleveland)

Jarvis Varnado

Position: PF
Height: 6-10
Weight: 210
Age: 22
School: Mississippi State

Analysis: Varnado may not be much to look at on the offensive end, but on the defensive end, he’s a beast combining a great motor, long arms and elite athleticism. Once he gets stronger, I could see him as a Chris Andersen-type of defender.

Zach Randolph has Lockers Full of Marijuana.

Early Reports indicate it is not for medical use. Sigh….

According to the affidavit, the Cadillac Escalade that Boyd was driving was registered to Randolph, and police found marijuana and ammunition stowed inside. “One of his vehicles had what we call hidden compartments that contained suspected narcotics, that being marijuana,” said Lt. Jeff Duhamell.Based on information found in the Escalade, police later raided a northeast side storage facility, where they said Randolph rents four lockers. According to the affidavit, a police K-9 alerted to controlled substances in two of the four units, and police found more cars with secret compartments inside.

 

Cousins Draft Profile

From A Wolf Among Wolves, a solid breakdown of Cousins and how he might fit with the Wolves. Is his attitude overblown?

His weaknesses are more mental than anything else. He’s a headcase and a bad apple but not in the conventional sense. He doesn’t really get into off the court problems. During his one year at Kentucky, he was a model citizen when it came to life away from Rupp Arena. However, when he was on the court and more importantly walking towards the sidelines, you could routinely see him disagreeing and arguing with his head coach in a way not representative of a gentleman.

Honestly, based on all of the interviews I watched, I thought he was actually somewhat…dare I say…impressive? I don’t think there is anything wrong with a no-nonsense guy who is down to business. Alas, there have been so many ‘incidents’ I just don’t know. I recall a lot of these questions when Kevin Garnett came out of high school so who knows really. Plus, he is fat. A huge risk/reward as we all know.

 

Draft History: Center vs. Point guard.

I’m not sure where they are going with this considering we are most likely to end up with a 2, 3, or a 4 with our pick, but you gotta love historical, easy to access lists that recap past drafts. Following the link takes the list back to 1999.

2009

No. 1 pick: Blake Griffin (Oklahoma), power forward; L.A. Clippers

First center drafted: Hasheem Thabeet (Connecticut), No. 2, Memphis

First point guard drafted: Ricky Rubio (Spain), No. 5, Wolves

2008

No. 1: Derrick Rose (Memphis), point guard, Chicago

First center: Brook Lopez (Stanford), No. 10, New Jersey

2007

No. 1: Center Greg Oden (Ohio State), Portland

First point guard: Mike Conley (Ohio State), No. 4, Memphis

 

New Slam Article on Rubio

A good, yet somewhat telling read from Slam.

Ricky Rubio may have been drafted 5th in the NBA Draft to the Minnesota Timberwolves but the young and charismatic point guard doesn’t think twice about his decision to stay and play in Barcelona. And why would he?

Aside from the astronomical buyout of $8.1 million his former DKV Joventut team was originally seeking, ask yourself this question: Why would Ricky Rubio be in a rush to get to the Minnesota Timberwolves when he has such a loyal fan base, an excellent wage and endorsement deals, all while playing minutes from home? His game might be highly advanced but Ricky Rubio is still a kid at heart, spending off time with his buddies and regularly hanging out on the boardwalk for fun.

I myself am quite concerned Kahn seems absolutely convinced he will come here with a lockout on the horizon after next season. I wish I were more optimistic but I just don’t think it’s going to be that easy. We have to focus on adding star talent this offseason no matter what the price.

Is Turner a Good Choice at #1?

Interesting read defending Turner at #1.

Having both Wall and Arenas on board in D.C. would only hurt the growth of what could be a decent Wizards team, with a few additions. They already have a solid frontcourt with Fabricio Oberto and Andray Blatche, and Josh Howard is a nice wing who adds athleticism. Arenas will be running the point, but another scorer who can take over games is needed. Turner, who is a 6-foot, 7-inch versatile wing who can do just about anything (like I really need to tell you guys that), is the perfect piece for the Wizards.

Um, not sure Arenas is really important to the Wizards considering he was removed from all team marketing materials, the stadium banners, and hasn’t spoken to management in months, but ok! Maybe the 76ers will then pass on him too because it will hinder Royal Ivey’s development. Then the Nets obviously would pass too because they have Harris. Shit, at this rate he will fall to the Kings at 5!

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Mike has been writing for TWB as a hobby since the Kahn era, and currently resides in a Dallas suburb where he can often be heard loudly arguing with his neighbors about his strong dislike for JJ Barea. When not working, Mike enjoys playing the drums and pretending to like other sports.

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