The 2022 NBA Draft/Post-Draft - 06/24/22

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phtown wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 1:19 pm
awfulstack wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 2:43 am
phtown wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 2:42 am So in the end signing that stiff Green to a 2 year deal effectively cost us our 1st round pick just to dump him? Awful. Melton is not an asset.
Melton is a good player, what are you talking about.
Upon further review, I am probably guilty of a bad take regarding Melton but isn't the injured Green a negative asset? And are we done with Isaiah Joe and Springer?
Naw his contract ended up actually being useful. A 1 year 10 million dollar deal is good for teams trying to free up money for the next offseason.

Grizz have a ton of guards. And drafted 3 more? They take on Green probably buy him out or something, and they then aren’t on the hook for the extra year for Melton at 8 mill.
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Re: The 2022 NBA Draft/Post-Draft - 06/24/22

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Springer needs to take a leap offensively but I am dubious. Kind of a tweener.
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awfulstack wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 2:45 am Springer needs to take a leap offensively but I am dubious. Kind of a tweener.
His offense really came on toward the end.

He's got a pro body, built exactly like Bane and Mitchell, nearly identical. He can play NBA defense at a high level. The question is whether he can and will shoot above 36-38% from 3. That must happen. Every waking moment needs to be dedicated to shot improvement.
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