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%
  • Other---

    2 0.94%
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    Not too long ago either Mr. Keys or Ben said in this thread that Ilgauskas was at a Syracuse game scouting. Do you guys have any idea who could be a prospect for us on 'Cuse?

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    Carter Williams. 6'5 guard. More of a passer and defender like Shaun Livingston. Shot blocking point guard. Lots of length

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    Sounds like a good rotation fit for the cavs backcourt

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    Dude is balling

    Completey owning that zone

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    Porter's hitting shots from everywhere. He hit a super sexy mid range pull up on the fast break. It made me go "OHHH"

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    At this point I'm pretty sold on Porter. Just want to see how he measures out and tests athletically.

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    Athleticism and speed will be a problem for porter. Doesn't have the break away speed or the above the rim ability to make him a true top prospect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oasis05 View Post
    Athleticism and speed will be a problem for porter. Doesn't have the break away speed or the above the rim ability to make him a true top prospect.
    Kyrie Tristan Dion and Zeller are far from uber athletes. Skills > Athleticism

    Porter is pretty close to a perfect fit next to Kyrie and Dion. Doesn't need the ball to score. Can shoot. Rebound. Defend. Length. Move withoutthe ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gimme Some Mo View Post
    Kyrie Tristan Dion and Zeller are far from uber athletes. Skills > Athleticism

    Porter is pretty close to a perfect fit next to Kyrie and Dion. Doesn't need the ball to score. Can shoot. Rebound. Defend. Length. Move withoutthe ball.
    I think people are actually sleeping on his athleticism. He's really smooth so everything he does looks like he's barely trying, those kind of guys are tough to gauge when you're actually playing them. His body movements and athleticism remind me a lot of Tayshaun Prince.

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    Just showed really good strength too finishing through contact.

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    That game and the Nerlens Noel 12 block game are the two most dominant games from individual players this year.

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    For Porter, 33 of his teams 57 points, smh. Love this kid's game.

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    I'm kinda spoiled since I live in DC and see a lot of Georgetown games and the rest of the nation only gets to see them 3-4 times before the tournaments. I think you guys can see why I've been so high on Otto Porter all year. He's a jack of all trades and an unbelievable teammate and leader; he's also very young for his class. I've said numerous times that he's a "Spurs player." I say that because he scores in multiple ways; inside and out, shares the ball and makes smart plays, defends, rebounds, etc..... he's just so complete. Scouts say he's not an "alpha dog" which is fine, he'll just glue an NBA team together.....

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    Default Re: 2013 NBA Draft

    I don't follow Georgetown much, but I've seen highlights and this Otto Porter looks really good. Can he play SF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrie To The View Post
    I don't follow Georgetown much, but I've seen highlights and this Otto Porter looks really good. Can he play SF?
    He is a true SF. 6'8 200lbs

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