View Poll Results: Who do the Clippers take at #12?

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  • Johan Petro

    1 5.00%
  • Andrew Bynum

    1 5.00%
  • Ike Diogu

    0 0%
  • Sean May

    1 5.00%
  • Joey Graham

    2 10.00%
  • Yaroslav Korolev

    5 25.00%
  • Martell Webster

    9 45.00%
  • Rashad McCants

    1 5.00%
  • Roko Leni Ukic

    0 0%
  • Monta Ellis

    0 0%
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Thread: The NBA Draft - Pacer Digest Style - The L.A. Clippers

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    Default The NBA Draft - Pacer Digest Style - The L.A. Clippers

    This is how this works.

    1. Each night, around the same time, I'll post a poll question. It will be the next team in the draft order. Tonight it's the L.A. Clippers, tomorrow the Charlotte & so on. We'll stop with the Pacers pick at #17 just a few days before the draft.

    2. I'll list the current team "on the clock" and put a poll together with a group of players that could be selected by that team. Your choices will be two players at each position; center, power forward, small forward, shooting guard & point guard.

    3. Which ever player gets the most votes will be the player selected by that team.

    4. Once a player has been selected he will not be eligible to be selected by another team.

    5. Even though there will be trades that impact (thanks Jay) the draft, they will not have a bearing on our draft. A player most be choosen, we can not simply decide that the pick will be traded.

    So, here's the NBA Draft - Pacer Digest Style

    You're the one making the call on draft night. Tonight you are the Clippers. Who do you select with the #12 pick.

    Here is how the draft looks so far.

    1. Milwaukee --------- Andrew Bogut --- 50 of 64 votes --- 78.13%
    2. Atlanta ------------ Marvin Williams -- 29 of 56 votes --- 51.79%
    3. Portland ----------- Gerald Green ---- 23 of 41 votes --- 56.10%
    4. New Orleans ------- Chris Paul ------- 23 of 30 votes --- 76.67%
    5. Charlotte ---------- Deron Williams --- 23 of 40 votes --- 57.50%
    6. Utah -------------- Raymond Felton --- 9 of 18 votes --- 50.00%
    7. Toronto ----------- Channing Frye ----- 9 of 43 votes --- 20.93%
    8. New York ---------- Fran Vazques ---- 10 of 33 votes --- 30.30%
    9. Golden State ------- Danny Granger ---- 7 of 22 votes --- 31.82%
    10 LA Lakers ---------- Jarrett Jack ----- 12 of 28 votes --- 42.86%
    11 Orlando ------------ Antonio Wright -- 10 of 21 voyes --- 47.62%
    12 LA Clippers
    13 Charlotte
    14 Minnesota
    15 New Jersey
    16 Toronto
    17 Indiana

    Here is a look at the top players at each position that the Clippers will be choosing from.

    Center
    Johan Petro ----- 7-1, 250
    Andrew Bynum -- 7-0, 300

    Power Forward
    Ike Diogu ------- 6-9, 255
    Sean May ------ 6-9, 260

    Small Forward
    Joey Graham ----- 6-7, 217
    Yaroslav Korolev - 6-9, 203

    Shooting Guard
    Martell Webster -- 6-7, 235
    Rashad McCants - 6-4, 220

    Point Guard
    Roko Leni Ukic --- 6-5, 185
    Monta Ellis ------ 6-3, 177

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    Jesus Shuttlesworth
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    Is there a reason you are leaving Charlie Villanueva off on all of these?

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    Well, I hope we've all heard the rumor here. If they re-sign Bobby Simmons, I don't see the need for a swingman ... but hey, it's the Clippers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kraft
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    Well, I hope we've all heard the rumor here. If they re-sign Bobby Simmons, I don't see the need for a swingman ... but hey, it's the Clippers.
    What rumor?

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    Darn it I voted for Martell Webster but i've been reading actually that the Clippers are very high on Yaroslav Korolev. Oh well to late to change now. lol.

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    Default Re: The NBA Draft - Pacer Digest Style - The L.A. Clippers

    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Shuttlesworth
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    Is there a reason you are leaving Charlie Villanueva off on all of these?
    There's nothing stopping you from picking him. It will count as a write in vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Galen
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    There's nothing stopping you from picking him. It will count as a write in vote.
    I was just wondering because he is supposed to be a high pick and he has never been on the poll, I was wondering if he withdrew or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Shuttlesworth
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    What rumor?
    Here.

    Darn it I voted for Martell Webster but i've been reading actually that the Clippers are very high on Yaroslav Korolev. Oh well to late to change now. lol.

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    Me-tell, you-tell, we-tell, Martell Webster.

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    Elgin Bayor will draft the worst player possible, but then realize there's an even bigger sucker out there, and he'll trade him to NY for a future 1st.

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