View Poll Results: If the Cavs get the second pick, who should they choose?

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  • Ben McLemore

    19 8.92%
  • Otto Porter

    129 60.56%
  • Anthony Bennett

    9 4.23%
  • Victor Oladipo

    24 11.27%
  • Alex Len

    30 14.08%
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    2 0.94%
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    Not sure if it's been posted already or not (I've only seen highlights), but here's the full 2012 Nike Hoop Summit game for anyone interested:

    Game starts @ around the 33min mark.



    Probably the only time 6-7 1st round picks will be on the court together until combines.

    My brief thoughts: Shabazz looked REALLY good playing both alongside & against the cream of the crop. I'd be shocked if he didn't develop into a great player at the next level. Noel and Anderson showed the ability to do some very nice things on the court (especially Anderson - reminds me of Turner. Noel has unreal defensive presence), and Goodwin's athleticism/slashing ability is frightening. Bennett played solid for Team World. Probably didn't put up the greatest stats, but he showed signs of why his combination of explosiveness, length, and general basketball skills have landed him in the top-5 pick discussion. Wiggins...has the potential to be the best player in the NBA who utterly lacks the ability to beat his man off the dribble. Not sure what that means yet exactly, but I'm sure we'll learn more once he hits college. Didn't pay much attention to Saric.

    The game is worth watching if you've got a couple of hours to kill. It's nice seeing how some of the top prospects match up to each other in actual game scenarios.

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    With AV's injury think a big man such as Noel, Len or Cody Zeller is more of a need for the future. AV has been injury prone and unfortunately he will likely continue to get injured. Good news Cavs will likely with a little luck in the draft drawing be picking in the top 3.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gratefuldead View Post
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    No sense in beating around the bush. Not only did he hit the clutch 3 to send it to OT... he went the fuck off. Efficiently. Very impressive.

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    I want McLemore. I had great seats for the OSU and KU game game, that kid is impressive as hell

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    A 3rd guard with our top pick in the last 3 years? Um...
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    I am wanting Muhammad on our team more than anyone at this point.

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    Glenn Robinson also had a real nice night.

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    33 points on 12 shots. Not bad.

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    McLemore seems redundant with dion waiters. personally, id rather have a bigman in this draft. if we dont get shabazz, i hope we get any of len, noel, austin, or zeller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRMsix6 View Post
    33 points on 12 shots. Not bad.
    ya, but Dion can score 33 on 35 shots

    idk if that small difference in effiency warrants us taking another sg with our top pic...





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    Whats with the McLemore talk we need a big man and alex len is gonna be a star. He has started ACC play with a bang
    15-10 tonight and 16-9 the other night. He is also a great rebounder so having to great rebounding bigs on our team is big. I would even take him over shabazz cause we could add a wing player later in he draft. Also they way TT is playing pairing him with a 7'1 center that can shoot is gonna make him even that much better

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    From my understanding having the second worst record in the league gives us a draft pick no worse than #5. That's means we are guarrenteed one of Zeller, Muhammad, McLemore, Bennett, Austin, Len or Noel. Not a bad group of players to pick from.

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    I'd still rather have Shabazz than McLemore. Not that I wouldn't take either, but I think Shabazz will be a better pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Brickman View Post
    I'd still rather have Shabazz than McLemore. Not that I wouldn't take either, but I think Shabazz will be a better pro.
    Agreed. Shabazz can play both off AND on the ball, is bigger, and is currently putting up great stats despite being a freshman while McLemore is a soph. Not to mention that Shabazz can slide over to the 3 whereas McLemore is stuck playing only SG.
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