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The Six Fouls crew recap Thursday’s NBA Draft with analysis on some of the best prospects entering the league. Check out who we felt were some of the best value picks and who might have been a reach.
Connor Toole of EliteDaily.com stands at 6-foot-10 and pretended to be an NBA Draft prospect about to be selected in Thursday night’s draft. The fan support? Priceless.
Phil Jackson received all kinds of unnecessary criticism throughout his first full season in New York and it was mind boggling to me. Every single little move was critiqued as if Jackson was giving away Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant in their prime for scraps.
For years George Karl has been about himself. He wants to be the star. No matter who the true face of the franchise is, whether it’s Carmelo Anthony or now DeMarcus Cousins, in Karl’s mind, the only true face of the franchise is his own.
The NBA Draft is one of my favorite nights of the year. Ahead of the NFL Draft by a large margin for me personally, and I love the NFL Draft. So many team’s fortunes can change with just one pick on this night and unlike the NFL Draft, most teams only get two shots at finding a player that can impact their franchise.
There might just be one franchise-changing talent in this year’s draft, but as you’ll see from this mock, I believe this class is very deep with a lot of nice young players getting set to make their marks in the NBA.
The SixFouls crew gives you a preview of the NBA Draft on June 25th, discussing some of the top prospects coming out and who we love/hate in this year’s class.
The SixFouls crew talked about the Kevin Love/Andrew Wiggins trade nearly a year later and where Love may go next this off-season.
The SixFouls crew talked about the moves made by Phil Jackson in year one as New York Knicks president and what they should do with the fourth overall pick and in free agency this off-season.