Pre Draft Measurements, Athletic Testing, Shooting Results

Pre Draft Measurements, Athletic Testing, Shooting Results

Postby JSM on Fri May 20, 2011 9:30 am

TheHoopsReport: Most impressive measurements w/ shoes: Jordan Hamilton 6'8.5", Enes Kanter 6'11.25", Jon Leuer 6'11.5", Darius Morris 6'5.25" ...
24 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: (Most impressive w/ shoes cont'd) ... Klay Thompson 6'7.25", Nikola Vucevic 6'11.75".
23 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: Most disappointing measurements w/o shoes: Kenneth Faried 6'6", Justin Harper 6'8", Josh Selby 6'1.75", Jamie Skeen 6'6.5", ...
21 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: (disappointing w/ shoes cont'd) ... Greg Smith 6'8", Jordan Williams 6'7.75".
20 minutes ago
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Fri May 20, 2011 9:32 am

DraftExpress: Solid measurements for Enes Kanter. He's a legit NBA Center at 6-11 in shoes, w/a 7-1.5 wingspan, 259 lbs. He's having a good combine. about an hour ago

DraftExpress: Great measurements for Nikola Vucevic- hair under 7-feet in shoes, 7-4.5 wingspan, 9-4.5 standing reach, 260 lbs. Looked good yesterday too. 53 minutes ago

DraftExpress: Kemba Walker just quieted a lot of people with his measurements. 6-1 in shoes, 6-3 1/2 wingspan. Not the midget people made him out to be. 47 minutes ago

DraftExpress: There will be a lot of hype about Jeremy Tyler after this Combine, similar to Ryan Richards last year. Some guys get drafted on look alone. 31 minutes ago
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Fri May 20, 2011 9:39 am

chadfordinsider: Got measurements from the draft combine. Kyrie Irving was 6' 1.75" in socks and 6' 3.5" in shoes with a 6' 4" wingspan. But 10.3 body fat
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chadfordinsider: Derrick Williams was 6' 7.25" in socks and 6' 8.75" in shoes. He had a 7' 1.25" wingspan and a 9' 0" standing reach.
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chadfordinsider: Jeremy Tyler measured with the biggest wingspan -- a whopping 7' 5". He also had the largest standing reach at 9' 4.5"
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chadfordinsider: Providence's Marshon Brooks had the biggest wingspan among guards with a crazy 7' 1" wingspan. He's longer than bothMorris twins.
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chadfordinsider: Kawhi Leonard had a huge 7' 3" wingspan and the biggest hands of anyone at the camp. But just 6' 7" in shoes.
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chadfordinsider: Among the players that didn't meaasure wel were Tobias Harris -- just 6' 6.5" in socks -- pretty short if he's a power forward
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chadfordinsider: Trey Thompkins had 15.5 percent body fat - the most among the prospects here.
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chadfordinsider: Kemba Walker 5' 11.5" in socks. 6' 1" in shoes. 6' 3.5" wing Brandon Knight 6' 1.5" socks and 6' 3.25" in shoes. 6' 6.75" wing
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chadfordinsider: Marcus Morris 6' 7" socks 6' 8.75" shoes. 6' 10" wing. Markieff 6' 7.75" socks. 6' 9.25" shoes. 6' 10.75" wing.
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby LAKEROC on Fri May 20, 2011 12:25 pm

Call me crazy, but I personally think a Kyrie Irving-Enes Kanter might be the best combo. Kanter(when healthy) actually has more potential than Williams. They will have addressed their biggest needs right off the bat. So many questions after #1. Does Minnesota take Derrick Williams at #2, knowing well that Enes kanter fills a need more? If so, does that mean if Williams falls to 3, Utah takes him knowing full well that Kemba Walker or Brandon Knight would address their needs much more? So many decisions. I'm convinced that Irving-Kanter would be a great 1-2 punch for the Cavs franchise. I'm hoping Kanter falls to them at #4. He would be a great player to have with Irving.
Odds are they will be back in the lottery next year, and who knows that with the new collective bargaining agreement, maybe they will abolish the " 1 and down rule". If they did, 2012 would shape up to be one of the deepest drafts in years, and Cleveland would be able to pick up Harrison Barnes in 2012.

Irving-Barnes- Kanter ...excellent way to retool the franchise.
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Sat May 21, 2011 4:22 pm

Here's the full measurement listing:

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/draft2011 ... id=6569647
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Sat May 21, 2011 4:39 pm

LAKEROC wrote:Does Minnesota take Derrick Williams at #2, knowing well that Enes kanter fills a need more? If so, does that mean if Williams falls to 3, Utah takes him knowing full well that Kemba Walker or Brandon Knight would address their needs much more?

Don't see Williams slipping past two. He and Irving are the best two players in this draft according to everyone. So even if Minny doesn't take him, they'd trade down.
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Sat May 21, 2011 10:16 pm

Draft Express analyzes the measurements:

http://www.draftexpress.com/article/Ana ... ents-3712/
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Sun May 22, 2011 2:08 pm

Draft Express discusses the combine winners:

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=A ... cn-8514315
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Sun May 22, 2011 7:15 pm

NBA Draft.net's Measurement Analysis:

http://www.nbadraft.net/nba-draft-combi ... t-analysis
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements

Postby JSM on Wed May 25, 2011 5:09 pm

Athletic Testing Results (best and worst in each category):

http://www.draftexpress.com/article/201 ... ults-3725/
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Re: Pre Draft Measurements, Athletic Testing, Shooting Results

Postby JSM on Wed May 25, 2011 5:37 pm

TheHoopsReport: Isaiah Thomas, Jon Diebler and Jimmer Fredette made the most college 3-pointers (19 of 25, 76 pct).
21 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: Marcus Morris made just 32 pct of NBA 3-pointers and 27 pct of 15-18 ft jumpers, easily the worst of the 1s, 2s and 3s.
20 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: Marshon Brooks and LaceDarius Dunn led the way by making 89 pct of their 15-18 ft jumpers.
20 minutes ago

TheHoopsReport: In timed 15-18 ft shooting on the move, Andrew Goudelock made all 21 of his attempts. Isaiah Thomas made 12 of 13.
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TheHoopsReport: As far as big men, Justin Harper shot the crap out of the ball. 72 pct college 3s, 92 pct HS 3s, 61 pct mid-range, 67 pct on the move.
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TheHoopsReport: Trey Thompkins also shot great, 92 pct from HS 3, 64 college 3s, 56 pct mid-range, 79 pct mid-range on the move.
14 minutes ago
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