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Who Do You Think The Celtics Will Pick In These Draftees?

Ben McLemore     6-5     195     SG     Kansas
3 (1.9%)
Nerlens Noel     6-11     225     PF/C     Kentucky
17 (10.7%)
Marcus Smart     6-4     225     PG   Oklahoma State
1 (0.6%)
Cody Zeller     6-11     240     PF/C     Indiana
6 (3.8%)
Anthony Bennett     6-7     240     SF/PF UNLV
2 (1.3%)
Shabazz Muhammad     6-6     225     SF     UCLA
8 (5%)
Otto Porter     6-8     205     SF     Georgetown
1 (0.6%)
Alex Len     7-1     250     C     Maryland
4 (2.5%)
Michael Carter-Williams     6-6     185     PG      Syracuse
1 (0.6%)
Willie Cauley-Stein     7-0     245     C Kentucky
7 (4.4%)
Archie Goodwin     6-4     198     SG Kentucky
1 (0.6%)
James McAdoo     6-9     230     SF/PF     North Carolina
5 (3.1%)
CJ McCollum     6-3     190     PG/SG     Lehigh
2 (1.3%)
Mason Plumlee     6-11     240     PF     Duke
5 (3.1%)
Dario Saric     6-10     225     SF/PF     Croatia
6 (3.8%)
Isaiah Austin     7-0     205     PF/C Baylor
5 (3.1%)
Glenn Robinson III     6-6     210     SF     Michigan
6 (3.8%)
Alex Poythress     6-8     240     SF/PF     Kentucky
2 (1.3%)
Kelly Olynyk     7-0     240     PF/C Gonzaga
4 (2.5%)
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope     6-5     205     SG     Georgia
2 (1.3%)
Rudy Gobert     7-1     230     C     France
7 (4.4%)
Trey Burke     6-0     190     PG Michigan
1 (0.6%)
Tony Mitchell     6-8     235     SF/PF     North Texas
3 (1.9%)
Victor Oladipo     6-5     215     SG/SF     Indiana
3 (1.9%)
Doug McDermott     6-7     225     SF     Creighton
2 (1.3%)
Isaiah Canaan     6-1     200     PG     Murray St.
1 (0.6%)
Tim Hardaway Jr     6-6     190     SG     Michigan
3 (1.9%)
Gorgui Dieng     6-10     245     C     Louisville
3 (1.9%)
Jeff Withey     7-0     235     C     Kansas
3 (1.9%)
Lucas Nogueira     7-0     220     PF/C     Brazil
3 (1.9%)
DeShaun Thomas     6-7     225     SF/PF     Ohio State
1 (0.6%)
Lorenzo Brown     6-4     186     PG/SG     NC State
2 (1.3%)
CJ Leslie     6-8     200     SF/PF     NC State
1 (0.6%)
Trevor Mbakwe     6-8     245     PF     Minnesota
1 (0.6%)
Kenny Kadji     6-11     245     PF/C     Miami
2 (1.3%)
Nate Wolters     6-4     193     PG     South Dakota State University
1 (0.6%)
Patric Young     6-8     250     PF     Florida
3 (1.9%)
Rodney Williams     6-7     200     SF     Minnesota
1 (0.6%)
Jamaal Franklin     6-5     205     SG/SF     San Diego St.
2 (1.3%)
Robert Covington     6-9     230     SF     Tennessee State
1 (0.6%)
Michael Snaer     6-5     200     SG     Florida St.
1 (0.6%)
Alex Oriakhi     6-9     255     PF/C     Missouri
1 (0.6%)
Erick Green     6-3     185     PG     Virginia Tech
1 (0.6%)
Ray McCallum     6-1     190     PG     Detroit
2 (1.3%)
Cory Jefferson     6-9     235     PF     Baylor
1 (0.6%)
Mouhammadou Jaiteh     6-9     220     PF/C     France
2 (1.3%)
Amath Mbaye     6-9     215     SF     Oklahoma
1 (0.6%)
Elias Harris     6-7     240     SF/PF     Gonzaga
1 (0.6%)
Dewayne Dedmon     7-0     255     C     USC
1 (0.6%)
Solomon Hill     6-7     229     SF     Arizona
1 (0.6%)
Carrick Felix     6-6     196     SG/SF     Arizona St.
1 (0.6%)
Elijah Johnson     6-2     195     PG/SG     Kansas
1 (0.6%)
Nemanja Nedovic     6-3     190     PG/SG     Serbia
1 (0.6%)
Brandon Triche     6-4     210     PG     Syracuse
1 (0.6%)
Brandon Paul     6-4     200     SG     Illinois
1 (0.6%)
Bojan Dubljevic     6-9     235     PF/C     Montenegro
1 (0.6%)
Jordan Bachynski     7-2     243     C     Arizona St.
3 (1.9%)
Ryan Kelly     6-11     230     PF     Duke
2 (1.3%)
AJ Matthews     7-1     220     C     Farmingdale State College
2 (1.3%)
Oleksandr Lypovyy     6-8     192     SF     Ukraine
2 (1.3%)

Total Members Voted: 68

Voting closes: October 02, 2037, 03:33:40 AM

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Offline krook

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Well TP for the effort at least. You do seem to love your polls.

Seems like though that this is literally an impossibility.

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To answer the question though, Noel.

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Really comes down to Noel, McLemore and Muhammad.  I think this draft is a bit underwhelming at the top, though.  I see all three as eventual solid starters, but none of them are the sure star that you'd hope to get at the top of any draft. 
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we'd get the boston boy noel.

Offline krook

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we'd get the boston boy noel.

Doug McDermott ?
Alex Len?

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something closer to where the pick we may get, wouldnt mind taking a chance on whithey if he is available, could be a serviceable guy and i think he defs has a more polished offensive game that what Noel would have.

Seriously have no idea with this draft atm. its underwhelming compared to last year.

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How is anyone expecting them to get in position for Noel?

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How is anyone expecting them to get in position for Noel?

yah, and i think what we need is SF? or PF?

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Glenn Robinson III With the Celtics possible #15 pick in the 1st RD. if they keep it. Memphis currently has none in the 1st so i think they may trade us & take it.
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I'd love to see Noel, but how do we get up there to draft him?
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I'd love to see Noel, but how do we get up there to draft him?


just wait till he is 30 years old and get him off the Bobcats or Supersonics........after he has had 6 surgeries

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Looks like we will pick in the 15th range..so I think Willie Cauley Stein will be there and they should take him. Now will he come out early? Im a Wildcat fan and watch every game. He should stay another year in my opinion but if he does come out then the C's should take a shot at him.

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Who I really want to get that may or may not be in our range is Alex Len, Steven Adams and Archie Goodwin. Potential wise, they are oozing with it.

Kelly Olynyk I think is a safe pick as well.

But this is just me, I'd take a shot at Ryan Kelly. He's one of those Dukies where he wont be a very good player but will be a solid role player off the bench. He's not the fastest or the strongest, but he's all effort. I like his mid range game and he could probably extend that range. He's well coached, high character and has good size. He's not going to turn into an all star, but he could be a solid role player.
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