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josh
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Theodore J. Stepien
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02/12/2017 12:00 pm  

What do people think? He looks reasonably athletic to me - quick, fluid, and strong. Are the handle, passing, and defensive awareness enough to outweigh the lack of shooting and make him a first rounder?


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Mike Gribanov
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03/12/2017 1:56 am  

1st rounder? Probably. Well, I can't speak as to what teams will do. But to me, personally... Probably. That doesn't mean I'm super buying Happ stock either though, to be honest.


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Tyler Mendinsky
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03/12/2017 10:28 am  

Late first/early second I would go. Where he actually goes will probably end up being later due to the lack of shooting. Should be a rotation player


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josh
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Theodore J. Stepien
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03/12/2017 9:31 pm  

Lack of shooting is obviously the issue...I do wonder if the ongoing influx of stretch 5 types into the league makes a non-shooting 4 more viable in some situations.


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Anthony Bennett
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10/12/2017 6:39 am  

I think he'll have an NBA role, but his skillset makes me think of undersized Mason Plumlee


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RetepAdam
Theodore J. Stepien
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14/12/2017 2:34 pm  

His lack of shooting almost certainly keeps him out of the first round in this draft, but I'd be perfectly cool with the Nuggets spending a second round pick on him and having him take over for Plumlee as the ersatz-Jokic in the second unit.


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fran.adu
Theodore J. Stepien
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24/12/2017 7:58 pm  

Happ should be an awesome backup center who will probably deserve more minutes than he will get


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