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Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #225 on: November 17, 2017, 06:53:48 PM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #226 on: November 17, 2017, 06:58:36 PM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D

Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #227 on: November 17, 2017, 07:02:40 PM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D
He's not too slow. And in Brad's system with Doncic being a 50/40/90 quality shooter straight from the start, yeah, as a rookie he could do 15ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg and be a real candidate for 6th man right away.

Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #228 on: November 17, 2017, 11:08:39 PM »

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Pass on Doncic

Praying for bagley jr or bamba

Im weary of Ayton work ethic
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Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #229 on: November 22, 2017, 08:56:40 AM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D
He's not too slow. And in Brad's system with Doncic being a 50/40/90 quality shooter straight from the start, yeah, as a rookie he could do 15ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg and be a real candidate for 6th man right away.
He's averaging a little better than that right now. What makes you think he can put up those kind of numbers on a loaded, championship contending team? I know he may likely replace Marcus Smart's minutes (if we get lucky with the LAL pick) but he would still have to beat out Rozier for minutes.

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« Reply #230 on: November 22, 2017, 09:07:44 AM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D
He's not too slow. And in Brad's system with Doncic being a 50/40/90 quality shooter straight from the start, yeah, as a rookie he could do 15ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg and be a real candidate for 6th man right away.
He's averaging a little better than that right now. What makes you think he can put up those kind of numbers on a loaded, championship contending team? I know he may likely replace Marcus Smart's minutes (if we get lucky with the LAL pick) but he would still have to beat out Rozier for minutes.

He would beat out Rozier for minutes, and it wouldnt be close.  Hes at 20/6.5/4 in 26 minutes a game.  Hes also 18.  Yes, the NBA is more difficult than Europe, but if Tatum can come in and put up 14/6 making a much further jump from college to the NBA, after having gone for 17/7 in college, theres no reason Doncic cant do the same.  We saw how he played for Slovenia vs. Spain, when he was the best player on the court with both Gasols, Rubio, and Dragic.  (Not saying that hes better than all of them, just that he was that game).  If there were no age limit, hed be in the NBA today, getting a lot of minutes on any team in the league.

Hes the most NBA-ready prospect in at least a decade.  I cant wait to see how he does next year, and I hope hes wearing green.

Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #231 on: November 22, 2017, 09:31:47 AM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D
He's not too slow. And in Brad's system with Doncic being a 50/40/90 quality shooter straight from the start, yeah, as a rookie he could do 15ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg and be a real candidate for 6th man right away.
He's averaging a little better than that right now. What makes you think he can put up those kind of numbers on a loaded, championship contending team? I know he may likely replace Marcus Smart's minutes (if we get lucky with the LAL pick) but he would still have to beat out Rozier for minutes.

He would beat out Rozier for minutes, and it wouldnt be close.  Hes at 20/6.5/4 in 26 minutes a game.  Hes also 18.  Yes, the NBA is more difficult than Europe, but if Tatum can come in and put up 14/6 making a much further jump from college to the NBA, after having gone for 17/7 in college, theres no reason Doncic cant do the same.  We saw how he played for Slovenia vs. Spain, when he was the best player on the court with both Gasols, Rubio, and Dragic.  (Not saying that hes better than all of them, just that he was that game).  If there were no age limit, hed be in the NBA today, getting a lot of minutes on any team in the league.

Hes the most NBA-ready prospect in at least a decade.  I cant wait to see how he does next year, and I hope hes wearing green.
I just don't see him being able to guard smaller, quicker players, like Rozier and Smart can/do.
Doncic will be 19, not to nitpick, in 3 months. I also think this roster is too deep for Doncic to make as a significant contribution on as some think he may. I would go in another direction (Bagley, Ayton, Bamba), depending on whether the pick conveys and if it does, it's slot number.
Don't get me wrong, I've been a Doncic fan for 2 years running.

Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #232 on: November 24, 2017, 10:50:06 PM »

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I love Doncic. Think he has the most all around talent of anyone that will be drafted next year. People want a shooter and scorer coming off the bench...Doncic could be 6th Man of the Year in his first year. He has that type of talent that is ready right now.

too slow

6th man of the year in his first year? ?  ;D
He's not too slow. And in Brad's system with Doncic being a 50/40/90 quality shooter straight from the start, yeah, as a rookie he could do 15ppg, 5 rpg, 3 apg and be a real candidate for 6th man right away.
He's averaging a little better than that right now. What makes you think he can put up those kind of numbers on a loaded, championship contending team? I know he may likely replace Marcus Smart's minutes (if we get lucky with the LAL pick) but he would still have to beat out Rozier for minutes.

He would beat out Rozier for minutes, and it wouldnt be close.  Hes at 20/6.5/4 in 26 minutes a game.  Hes also 18.  Yes, the NBA is more difficult than Europe, but if Tatum can come in and put up 14/6 making a much further jump from college to the NBA, after having gone for 17/7 in college, theres no reason Doncic cant do the same.  We saw how he played for Slovenia vs. Spain, when he was the best player on the court with both Gasols, Rubio, and Dragic.  (Not saying that hes better than all of them, just that he was that game).  If there were no age limit, hed be in the NBA today, getting a lot of minutes on any team in the league.

Hes the most NBA-ready prospect in at least a decade.  I cant wait to see how he does next year, and I hope hes wearing green.
I just don't see him being able to guard smaller, quicker players, like Rozier and Smart can/do.
Doncic will be 19, not to nitpick, in 3 months. I also think this roster is too deep for Doncic to make as a significant contribution on as some think he may. I would go in another direction (Bagley, Ayton, Bamba), depending on whether the pick conveys and if it does, it's slot number.
Don't get me wrong, I've been a Doncic fan for 2 years running.

Doncic is 6' 8", 230 lbs (and probably going to grow a little more).   He's not going to play the 1 or 2 like Rozier.  He's going to play the 2 or 3.   So I'm not really expecting him to be facing up the Kyrie Irvings and the Isaiah Thomas' of the NBA.
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Re: Luka Doncic Awareness Thread
« Reply #233 on: November 26, 2017, 02:09:44 PM »

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Watched him against Panathinaikos, looked good although they lost the game, might post more in the euroleague thread later