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1. Ben McLemore
2. Victor Oladipo
3. Otto Porter
4. Trey Burke
5. Nerlens Noel
6. Anthony Bennett
Jun 24, 2013 • 11:46 pmby Blocks by Dre
I think people sleeping on CJ McCullum…I can see him being better than both MCW and Burke.
Jun 25, 2013 • 6:18 amby Gareth Masters
Agree on CJ. But would you take him ahead of the names on the list so far? I think the draft board is shaping up well so far. I probably have CJ ranked 9th on my board.
I would take Len ahead of him at this point whilst exploring trades, or even keeping him.
Jun 25, 2013 • 8:08 amby sop
would someone please tell me what the difference between MCW and Tony Wroten Jr. who went 26th last year? Oh he played at Syracuse with more veterans and is 3 years older than Wroten…So that makes him better?
Jun 25, 2013 • 3:46 pmby oats
About 3.6 assists. Those two have very little in common. Wroten was a shooting guard who could pass some. MCW is a point guard. Wroten had more in common with Brandon Triche than Michael Carter Williams.
Jun 25, 2013 • 10:51 amby tarsier
Nice to see that basically everyone sees the same 6 players as the best remaining prospects. With the exception of 1 or 2 Hardaway votes that somehow slipped in there.
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7. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
8. C.J. McCollum
9. Michael Carter-Williams
10. Shabazz Muhammad
11. Cody Zeller
12. Alex Len
13. Dennis Schroeder
14. Sergey Karasev
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