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1. Anthony Davis
2. Thomas Robinson
Jun 19, 2012 • 5:04 pmby TheDude
Clearly, 12% of the voters did not understand the point of this exercise lol
Jun 19, 2012 • 5:07 pmby TheDude
sorry, 14%, I didn’t notice Doron Lamb having 2% of the vote as well
Jun 20, 2012 • 8:52 amby tarsier
An even higher percentage didn’t understand on the first poll when Davis collected under 50% of the total vote.
Jun 19, 2012 • 9:00 pmby tarsier
Looks like the whole T-Rob bloc had MKG next on their board. Cuz Drummond’s share of the vote didn’t increase at all.
Jun 19, 2012 • 11:49 pmby Haan
Interesting exercise, as long as it’s understood that there’s likely to be limited resemblance to the actual draft sequence come pick 9 because of the persistent downgrading of guard prospects by Pistons fans. Beal’s experiencing a lovefest from the press (and evidently from other front offices). The way the Pistons fan draft is unfolding it might make sense to pick a guard #1, maybe Lillard.
Jun 19, 2012 • 11:50 pmby Haan
That is, a guard with our first pick at #9.
Jun 20, 2012 • 12:28 amby jay
i dont think robinson would be my number 2 i dont think a front line of him and monroe would be good for the defense, and they both like to play in the paint on offense could get in each others way, they both have some mid range game but i dont think its enough to make up for the offensive side, it would remind me of the jazz’s starting front court
robinson is by all means a good player but not good to play with monroe
Jun 20, 2012 • 8:39 amby Ray
We need a Versatile PF … Thats Terrance Jones, Perry Jones or Arnett Moultrie …. I believe Either Jones would be Great picks for us…. Terrance is a very good shot blocker and Rebounder… Perry upside and in game speed and ability has star qualities…if Moultrie continues to get stronger he can develop into a legit PF/C
all three are skilled and versatile….. i will be dissapointed if we draft henson…and Meyer Leonard is cool but not the type of big we need
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