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It's early, I know. But considering that we will have two top-40 picks I think it's worth discussing. People have said this is a weak draft, but I actually think it's relatively deep class, if weak at top.

Early on my favorite players:

1) Isaiah Stewart (C - Washington) --> hard to believe this guy is a freshmen with his well-built frame; simply a force inside, he rebounds, blocks shots, finishes, and hit free throws... going to shoot up draft boards

2) Tyrese Haliburton (PG - Iowa St.) --> another sleeper that I bet shoots up draft boards; weird shot, but he makes it; high level defender and passer with length

3) Precious Achiuwa (PF - Memphis) --> the single best athlete in the draft, he reminds me of Gerald Wallace... needs to work on all things offense, but one of the highest ceilings in the draft

4) Jordan Nwora (SF - Louisville) --> high character and consistently improving wing with a deadly jumper and underrated all-around game

5) Tyler Bey (PF - Colorado) --> undersized 4, but elite athletics, defense, and rebounding
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Josh Green would be a perfect fit next to Luka.
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Give me a two-way big in this draft -- Vernon Carey with our pick or Daniel Orturu with that GS pick.
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Give me a two-way big in this draft -- Vernon Carey with our pick or Daniel Orturu with that GS pick.
Man I just don't see Carey dropping to us but that would be awesome.
Orturu could become a gem but he seems to be rising fast so he might not be there either.

I'd still package those picks to move up for Josh Green if they have to because that guy could become a solid #3 option quickly.
Above average playmaker, good size, good defender, decent shooter, confident as hell, great passer, outstanding feel for the game, and very athletic.
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Players to watch and comparisons (assuming a pick in the 18-24 range) --- yes I should be working

Tyrese Haliburton (higher ceiling Delon Wright... I think he goes top 10 which is a bummer)

Josh Green (Victor Oladipo... another guy that could rise due to huge upside)

Isaiah Stewart (better Montrezl Harrell... he's similar to Harrell but has a more develop games and a better natural feel)

Precious Achiuwa (still reminds me of Gerald Wallace... cooling a little on him, I think Amar Sylla offers more upside)

Amar Sylla (highest upside in the draft... has Pascal Siakam- potential but will take a few years)

Aaron Nesmith (Alec Burks... questions about athleticism especially after his foot injury, but he's a deadly shooter)
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Some more, some redundant PLAYERS TO WATCH


These are players (and NBA comparisons) who IMO should be targeted by the Mavs in the upcoming draft. I've separated these players into three tiers.

The first tier is comprised of players who I believe will be lottery picks and therefore would require a trade up for the Mavs to secure (barring disaster post-ASG, of course).

The second tier is comprised of players who I believe are first round picks but not lottery picks. These are candidates if we stay put.

The third tier is comprised of players I believe will be available with the Warriors 2nd that we own.



Tier One

Anthony Edwards (SG, Georgia) - just a complete, prototypical shooting guard...a rare player in that people with his size, speed, and strength don't usually have the ability to score at all three levels... bigger Oladipo

Tyrese Haliburton (G, Iowa St.) - a lot of fun to watch... twitchy athlete and defender with improving offensive game... Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

Killian Hayes (G, France) - skilled lefty with American roots... like Luka showing he can play with the big boys professionally... cliche, but a lot of Manu Ginobli in his game

Josh Green (SG, Arizona) - Australian who like Ben Simmons has a lot of natural athleticism and strength... right now a good defender with the potential to become a good offensive player as well... bigger, less skilled Donovan Mitchell


Tier Two

Isaiah Stewart (C, Washington) - really like this guy's fit next to KP... just a high-energy, high-effort player with an underrated skill set and elite strength & speed... one of the naturally strongest guys coming into the league since Steven Adams.... was ranked #3 nationally in his high school class for a reason... undersized, but is going to be a force inside and has the skills/ work ethic to develop a consistent jumper.... better Brandon Clarke

Precious Achiuwa (SF, Memphis) - a high energy force in the paint on offense and defense... would pair well with Porzingis and Luka... Rondae Hollis-Jefferson on steroids

Jalen Smith (PF, Maryland) - athletic big man with range and ability to defend the basket... Myles Turner

Jordan Nwora (SF, Louisville) - mature, skilled player with sneaky athleticism... high level shooter... Landry Shamet

Amar Sylla (PF, Senegal) - another great fit next to KP, people will be kicking themselves for not taking this kid in 3 years...Pascal Siakam


Tier Three

Cassius Stanley (SG, Duke) - just a roll of the dice on this kid's unbelievable athleticism (better Hamidou Diallo)

Jay Scrubb (SG, JUCO) - JUCO player who will rise pre-draft if he performs well against the big conference guys in workouts... basically the Anthony Edwards of JUCO

Tyler Bey (SF, Colorado) - high energy, consistent player who can switch 1 to 4 and has a better-than-advertised stroke... DFS with more hop
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I know I'm an Arkansas homer, but we should keep tabs on Mason Jones. Silky game, just had a 40 pointer the other night. He should rise on boards, but not sure that will be into the 1st round. Had a buddy bring up Paul Pierce's game as a comparison and I did not disagree. Though, yet to be seen on the defensive side. Arkansas has had to go really small this season after Connor Vanover somehow didn't get his transfer approved. This may also inflate his rebounding some, but someone has to get em!
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Soo.....

high likelihood that we miss the playoffs. Then we have a couple of decent picks.

16+ (lottery)
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who would you draft?
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high likelihood that we miss the playoffs. Then we have a couple of decent picks.

16+ (lottery)
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We're seven games ahead of the Blazers. If we miss the playoffs, Mavs need to tear up Luka's passport and force him to put work in this offseason.
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We're seven games ahead of the Blazers. If we miss the playoffs, Mavs need to tear up Luka's passport and force him to put work in this offseason.
Blazers 7-3 (.700)
Grizzlies 14-4 (.778)
Mavs 4-6 (.400)

Mavs may have a lead, but they have been sub-.500 and Blazers and Grizzlies are wrecking it right now.
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Blazers 7-3 (.700)
Grizzlies 14-4 (.778)
Mavs 4-6 (.400)

Mavs may have a lead, but they have been sub-.500 and Blazers and Grizzlies are wrecking it right now.
Once Luka returns we'll get things back on track. We also have the 3rd-easiest schedule of the top-8 teams in the West... We're making the playoffs, although it's looking more likely to be 5-8 seed at best.

The bigger fear for me, draft-wise, is that Steph Curry is coming back soon -- he's gonna mess up that second rounder, isn't he? GSW are closer to moving that pick 9 spots from where it currently sits than we are to missing the playoffs.
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Once Luka returns we'll get things back on track. We also have the 3rd-easiest schedule of the top-8 teams in the West... We're making the playoffs, although it's looking more likely to be 5-8 seed at best.

The bigger fear for me, draft-wise, is that Steph Curry is coming back soon -- he's gonna mess up that second rounder, isn't he? GSW are closer to moving that pick 9 spots from where it currently sits than we are to missing the playoffs.
They were talking about March so if thats the case I think he would be back for 20-23 games or so.
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Isaac Okoro. tankathon has him at #17 right now

Allready incredible smart decision maker, good defender, strong etc.

https://twitter.com/BballEval/status...75160054452224
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Once Luka returns we'll get things back on track. We also have the 3rd-easiest schedule of the top-8 teams in the West... We're making the playoffs, although it's looking more likely to be 5-8 seed at best.

The bigger fear for me, draft-wise, is that Steph Curry is coming back soon -- he's gonna mess up that second rounder, isn't he? GSW are closer to moving that pick 9 spots from where it currently sits than we are to missing the playoffs.
We were only .500 in the 6 games before Doncic was injured too. It's not like we were playing outstanding basketball before his injury. If Mavs return to .500 and the other teams stay as hot as they've been:

Grizzlies 50-32
Mavs 46-36
Blazers 44-38

Then again, here's the ranking of the difficulty of remaining schedule

1) Grizzlies - the hardest schedule of any of the 30 teams
19) Dallas
26) Portland

Portland has a way easier schedule to overcome us. If Grizzlies keep it up against a ridiculously hard schedule then they both will. Regardless, it's gonna be really fun.
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Isaac Okoro. tankathon has him at #17 right now

Allready incredible smart decision maker, good defender, strong etc.

https://twitter.com/BballEval/status...75160054452224



I like him, but think he will take more time than the other prospects and may ultimately end up never having the shooting skillset needed to thrive on the perimeter in the NBA.
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We were only .500 in the 6 games before Doncic was injured too. It's not like we were playing outstanding basketball before his injury.
You’re using a 6-game sample where we went 3-3 as evidence that we’ll miss the playoffs? That’s a pretty insignificant indicator in this league. Hell, the Lakers recently went 5-5 over a 10-game span, and it’s not like it diminishes their overall chances of winning it all this year. And Portland just went 2-2 over their last 4. Basketball is a game of runs, both in-game and over a span of several games... Also, wasn’t KP injured, or at least coming back from injury during that span? I’m not buying a small sample size as predicative of what we can accomplish over the rest of the season, especially not with the All-Star break giving us a chance to heal up and re-center ourselves. We’re going to the playoffs this year. Project your draft scenarios accordingly.
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You’re using a 6-game sample where we went 3-3 as evidence that we’ll miss the playoffs? That’s a pretty insignificant indicator in this league. Hell, the Lakers recently went 5-5 over a 10-game span, and it’s not like it diminishes their overall chances of winning it all this year. And Portland just went 2-2 over their last 4. Basketball is a game of runs, both in-game and over a span of several games... Also, wasn’t KP injured, or at least coming back from injury during that span? I’m not buying a small sample size as predicative of what we can accomplish over the rest of the season, especially not with the All-Star break giving us a chance to heal up and re-center ourselves. We’re going to the playoffs this year. Project your draft scenarios accordingly.
I mean, we're also 16-16 (.500) over our last 32 (which represents 60% of the season so far)
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I mean, we're also 16-16 (.500) over our last 32 (which represents 60% of the season so far)
But Luka and KP have only played together 10 times out of those 32 games.
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I am in love with Isaiah Stewart’s game. I think he’s the perfect fit here in Dallas. He doesn’t turn 19 until May, yet has led the Huskies in scoring, rebounding, defensive advanced stats, and offensive advanced stats. He’s hitting about 75% on free throws and is relentless rebounding and contesting shots. I think he’s exactly the kind of player that would thrive next to KP and as the lone big in a small-ball set up off the bench.
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I am in love with Isaiah Stewart’s game. I think he’s the perfect fit here in Dallas. He doesn’t turn 19 until May, yet has led the Huskies in scoring, rebounding, defensive advanced stats, and offensive advanced stats. He’s hitting about 75% on free throws and is relentless rebounding and contesting shots. I think he’s exactly the kind of player that would thrive next to KP and as the lone big in a small-ball set up off the bench.
I see him rising, but he could be still available with our first-rounder.

I love his game too and more than anything, he has the skills that would complement KP.

He has the strength and bulk to defend both PF and C. He's mobile enough to defend the drive. He is a pogo stick like Marion who can clear the glass or get tip-ins and he has had some sickeningly hard fouls. Decent touch around the basket.

Only thing he needs to work on is his screening (he has the body but not the maturity) and his offense (he almost completely lacks a jumper and often puts up lazy layups instead of dunking it hard or realizing his strength and following through)
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