His jumper is my only real knock. He isn't a great athlete but good enough for his size.
I liken him to Rondo just in a sense he does everything on the floor. Terrific defender rebounder and is all over the place I love watching him play. He has done all this with a bad jump shot it needs work but if he ever gets a jumper he will be flithy at the next level. He is gonna be a matchup nightmare in the post just so smart and love how he plays.
Markell Brown is another kid from OK st I would consider drafting. late 1st early 2nd. Long athletic can shoot defend. I wouldnt reach on him by any means but if he would be a solid pick in the 2nd. Markell vs Ben will be a fun matchup both are fun guys to watch.
EDIT: Elijah Johnson really sucks so I expect Marcus to really play well. I think he was actually bench last game and they are going with a freshman now. Not sure if it was permanent but if it is can't blame Self dude has been awful.
Last edited by pacer4ever; 02-20-2013 at 07:18 PM.
Oladipo would be my pick but we would not go wrong with either if they actually fall to us.
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No, he didn't. According to this link (http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/draft...p-30-prospects) he was 30th on Ford's Big Board as of February 14th. After the game last night it appears he has moved up to 17th.
While that obviously wasn't a very good game for him, I will say I was pretty impressed with Smart. He made one steal of an entry pass to Withey, that you could tell he read the play about 5 seconds before the passer even thought about passing it. He seems like a very, very "smart" player.
McLemore was awful. Passive. Unwilling to attack. He looked like a freshman. Very disappointing game from him. He didn't look like a #1 overall pick at all.
Title bound 2013-2014
Another thing I thought was interesting was that OSU has Smart on the low block to rebound during defensive free throws. I've never seen that from a PG before.
Obviously there is a 0% chance this happens, but can you imagine the defensive terror a Paul George/Victor Oladipo wing tandem would create? Holy lord.