NBA Draft Big Board: Top 60 Prospects Update | Launderer report
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30. Quentin Grimes (Houston, SG, Junior)
29. Usman Garuba (Real Madrid, PF / C, 2002)
28. Chris Duarte (Oregon, SG, senior)
27. Josh Christopher (Arizona State, SG, freshman)
26. Miles McBride (West Virginia, PG / SG, second year)
25. Day’Ron Sharpe (North Carolina, C, freshman)
24. Tre Mann (Florida, PG / SG, second year)
23. Trey Murphy III (Virginia, SF / PF, Junior)
22. Jared Butler (Baylor, PG / SG, Junior)
21. Isaiah Jackson (Kentucky, PF / C, freshman)
Scouts are eagerly awaiting what will happen with butler heart rate, and whether they’ll learn anything before the draft. This makes it difficult to assess the risk. For now, we’re going to pretend it’s okay and the medical panel will erase it. We gave him an average rating in the first round all season for his ability to fit in after improving his game, his marksmanship and his defense.
Sharpe hopped the NBA combine, and heard it was hard to get him to practice. The signs point to either some sort of promise or assurance from a team he’s happy to go to, which could also be early in the second round.
I’ve written about Sharpe before as one of my sleepers, mostly due to translatable rebounds and offensive passes, as well as the idea that he’s a better shooter and change defender than he’s been credited with. .
McBride’s The 6’8 ¾ “wingspan also caught the eye of the scouts. He’s been in my top 30 for a few months now, but now it’s even easier to imagine a defensive parasite who can also climb into his pull- up effortlessly.
Grimes received a big jump on the board after a combined scrum. Making 100 three this season put him back on the radar, but after seeing how comfortable and savvy he was facing second-round drafts in Chicago, where he was arguably the most impactful player on the pitch. during his two games he became easier to imagine a pro and versatile role player.