(06-09-2012 10:00 PM)quavis Wrote: there are lots of second picks who turned out to be very good. even better han the first. i hope they take the second pick and get robinson because he could be that player. remember even mj was a second pick.
(06-24-2012 08:36 AM)bbills1999 Wrote: Saw this on Hoopshype today
After calling some sources with lottery picks Saturday, I wouldn't be surprised at all if the Bobcats and Cleveland Cavaliers swap draft picks in Thursday's draft. In that sort of a deal, the Bobcats would pick fourth and 24th and the Cavs would move up to No. 2. From the day he became part of this front office, general manager Rich Cho has talked about gathering extra assets, and that generally means extra first-round picks. It's a strategy the Oklahoma City Thunder leaned on when Cho was part of that front office. Sun Herald
SO it looks like the Bobcats get 4th and 24th for the 2nd picks. Makes alot of sense for them
(06-24-2012 08:38 AM)chargers360 Wrote: That does make sense. They will probably pick Barnes at 4th and maybe a guy like Fab Melo at 24 to help the center situation.