With the NBA regular season in the past, most rookies already had their chance showcase their talents. They showed us that if the NBA Draft would have been redone, the top 10 would look like this: Read Full Article Here!
This Lithuanian forward has fallen on many draft boards because of the competition he plays with over seas in the Italian circuit not being up to par with other leagues. Kulboka is currently playing for Orlandina Basket, while also being signed to European club Brose Bamberg. His time as pro has groomed him into a fluid athlete and an unconscious shooter from deep. While he is lanky at 6’9 220, Kulboka has the potential to play the power forward and small forward positions. It would make sense for a team with star players like the Rockets or Pelicans to select him because he plays his best when shot opportunities are created for him.
Pick Explanation-Easily Ayton is the most NBA ready out of anyone in this draft class from a physical standpoint. Ayton is a 250 lb, 7’1 center with potentially more versatility than any other big-man with his ability to post-up and step outside to take a jumpshot. The Suns drastically need to change up their culture and adding someone like an Ayton can alter the prior misfortunes of the franchise. The one knock on Ayton’s game is his defensive intensity but there is nothing standing in his way in becoming a capable rim protecter since he has a 7’0 wingspan.
The NCAA has some incredible NBA-ready talent entering this year’s draft. Size, speed, and strength are everywhere and it’s hard to say who will go where. Here’s who I think is ready to tackle the Pro’s.
The 7’1″ Bahamian monster has arguably the best NBA body. Size and strength present, Ayton looks stronger than some current NBA centers. Averaging a double double at 19.9 PPG and 11.6 RPG, the Arizona big man is quite possibly the top prospect (as long as he can wait until the Pros to get his 100k). Read Full Article Here!