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Old 05-23-2013, 01:38 PM   #201 (permalink)

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Danilo Gallinari or Jimmy Butler?
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Old 05-23-2013, 02:01 PM   #202 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bigmandinky View Post
Meyers has way more upside - bigger, younger, more athletic, better frame. Zeller is just a little more hyped because Cavs fans think all they're prospects are future superstars, I think he's a first big off the bench at best.
I dont see meyers being a starter imo either, both Collison type guys imo. meyers being a little more athletic, maybe a hansbrough
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Old 05-24-2013, 09:39 AM   #203 (permalink)
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Gallo-Butler. Tough. I think I'd have to take Butler. He looks more athletic than Gallinari, a bit younger, coming off a break out season and could potentially develop into a lockdown defender vs. 2-3 positions. I think Gallinari has more offensive talent and I won't be surprised if he still becomes an All Star but his development seems to have slowed down.

Also, if we are speaking of the Raptors, Butler seems like a much better fit. Gallo is more of a 3/small ball 4 defensively -- and flawed on that end. Butler would potentially provide both shooting and great defense while fitting perfectly at 2 next to Gay.

Re Hayward-Parsons, I'd probably pick Hayward myself. I think Hayward is developing into a shooting guard version of Gallinari -- but he's more athletic, better defensively, a much better passer, so the upside could be higher than that.
Parsons kind of took a step back defensively this year -- but improved his shot a lot. He's older too. Parsons right now is more efficient - but the difference is smaller than it seems once you account for ability to draw fouls, safety with the ball, and role (Hayward has to create much more and lead 2nd unit, which is harder compared to mostly playing off Harden/Lin).

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Old 05-24-2013, 02:45 PM   #204 (permalink)
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