Monthly Archives: May 2016

DBag of the Week and Top Dog of the Week

It is our second edition of DBag and Top Dog of the Week. Our inaugural winners were Stephen A. Smith and Brett Brown. Let’s see who took home the hardware this week.

DBag of the Week – Draymond Green

We all know where this is going. It is totally against bro code to hit another dude in his nuts. Come on Draymond, is this really something you want to be known for? Other than delivering low blows, Green has been absolutely awful in the series against the Thunder. In Game 4 he posted a plus/minus of -43 which is the worst in a playoff game since 1997. The Warriors would’ve been better off had he gotten suspended. I’m rooting against the Warriors just because I’m sick of this dude running his mouth.

Top Dog of the Week – Odubel Herrera 

He wins just because of this nasty bat flip.

While that gets him the Top Dog crown, recognition for Odubel beyond that is merited. The guy is putting the Phillies’ offense on his back right now. He is hitting .327 with an OBP of .440, good for second in the NL. “El Torito”, meaning little bull, as they call him, has also seen 883 pitches in his plate appearances this year which ranks him 4th in all of baseball. Whether he’s slapping a single through the hole, walking or smashing 3 run bombs and flipping the bat like a savage, Odubel is going to make the opposing pitcher work. I’m looking forward to watching his continued progression and voting for him to rep the Phillies in the Mid-Summer Classic.

Phils Open Up Three Game Set vs. Baseball’s Best

The Phillies kick off Memorial Day Weekend with a three-game set at the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field against a scorching-hot Chicago Cubs club that has distinguished itself as Major League Baseball’s best team in the past month or so of play.

After dropping two of three to the Detroit Tigers in Motown this week, the Phils (26-21) will hope to get back on track against the Cubs (31-14), who have won two games in a row.

The series will feature three day games, each beginning at 2:05 ET. On Friday, a pair of southpaws will face off, as the Phils send Adam Morgan to the mound against Cubbies’ lefty Jon Lester. Morgan is 0-2 in his last two starts, allowing 12 hits and nine earned runs in those outings. Seven of those runs came in his May 15 start against the Cincinnati Reds, when he lasted just 3.2 innings in a 9-4 loss. In his last outing vs. the Atlanta Braves, Morgan tossed a quality start, surrendering just two earned runs in six innings, but still took the loss. Overall, Morgan is 1-2 with a 5.61 ERA in five starts.

Lester has also lost his last two starts and was yanked after giving up five earned runs in 2.2 innings pitched against the San Francisco Giants on May 21. It was the first time this season that a Cubs pitcher didn’t go at least five innings. The 32-year-old is 4-3 with a 2.60 ERA in nine starts in his second season in the Windy City. He’s struck out 52 batters in 55.1 innings pitched. Lester last pitched against the Phils on July 24 of last season, when he allowed two runs in seven innings in a game the Phillies went on to win 5-3.

On Saturday, righthander Jerad Eickhoff will oppose the Cubs’ Matt Hendricks. Eickhoff bounced back from a string of mediocre outings his last time out on the mound against the Braves on May 22, spinning seven innings of shutout ball, scattering five hits and striking out three. Eickhoff seemed to recapture the sharp break on his curveball in that outing, which will be crucial if he has any hope of beating the Cubs’ potent lineup. He’s 2-6 with a 3.86 ERA in 53.2 innings pitched in 2016.

The 26-year-old Hendricks will face the Phillies for the first time in his career. On the season, the Dartmouth product is 2-4 with a 3.30 ERA in 46.1 innings pitched (8 starts). He took the loss in his May 22 start against the Giants despite giving up only one run and three hits in 5.1 innings. Hendricks has been a tough pitcher to beat at home, where he owns a 2.28 ERA.

In the finale of the series on Sunday afternoon, Vince Velazquez will square off against veteran John Lackey. The 23-year-old Velazquez has arguably been the Phils best starter so far this season. He hit a bit of a speed bump in his last start against Detroit on Monday, when Phils manager Pete Mackanin was forced to pull the righty fireballer after throwing 95 pitches in four innings of work. Velazquez yielded three runs — all solo home runs — on nine hits and clearly didn’t have his best stuff. He’ll need to be sharper against the Cubs.

Lackey, 37, is 4-2 with a 3.36 ERA this season.The 13-year veteran has put five quality starts together in a row in the month of May. He’s fanned 61 in 61.1 innings pitched and owns a phenomenal 0.95 WHIP, which ranks fifth in MLB. In seven career starts against Philadelphia, Lackey is 4-3, owning a 3.13 over 46 innings. He stymied the Phils during seven innings of one-run ball in his last start against the club, which came last year as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals. Lackey has also been excellent at Wrigley, pitching to a 2.12 ERA in four home starts.

Offensively, the Cubs boast one of the best lineups in the majors, scoring the third-most runs in baseball with 256. By comparison, the Phillies rank 29th of 30 MLB teams with 155 runs scored. Cubs free agent-signee Ben Zobrist leads the team in average (.346), OBP (.453) and hits (54). First baseman Anthony Rizzo leads the team with 11 home runs and 35 RBI. Outfielder Dexter Fowler was perhaps the team MVP of the first third of the season, and enters this series hitting .319 with five longballs and 23 RBI.

The Phils will need to play a perfect series if they want any hope of taking the series in Chi-Town, but what goes better with Memorial Day Weekend than throwing back a few with your friends and family and watching baseball after a nice barbecue.

Written by Tyler DiSalle

Most “Delco” Sixer – TJ McConnell

Delco is a place where undergrads work hard so they can afford cheap beer and decent weed for the weekend tailgate. Well TJ worked hard to earn a backup point guard job on one of the worst NBA teams of all time.

TJ fits the short white athlete stereotype to a T. Scrap. Hustle. GRIT. So much grit. That’s what TJ is. That’s how a 185 lb white dude becomes one of the best on-ball defenders in the league as a rookie. That’s how a 6’2 fella with no quick twitch muscles has a higher defensive rebound rate than Jerami Grant and Richaun Holmes. TJ’s the guy the other team hates because he’s brash and doesn’t hold back. He’s not gifted with talent. He got where he is because of hard work and a strong family. And that’s what Delco is all about.

TJ is also the most likely Sixer to drive a 86 Honda Civic with a super-dark tint job and low profile tires with a case of Rolling Rock in the trunk, bumpin Mac Miller as he tilts his head back to check the state of his goatee in his rear view mirror.

Written by Tyler Cloran

Image Source: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Most “Delco” Flyer – Shayne Gostisbehere

Shayne Gostisbehere has earned the right of heavy fanfare amongst Flyers faithful. Although his play is most to thank for that, I believe there’s more that made us fall in love with the guy this past year. Now, this is by no means just a “Delco” thing, but I believe he can be extremely relatable to a lot of us in the area.

He seems like that kid who always wanted dip in his mouth and a case of natty light by his side as he got dropped off to a high school party. Everyone knows that one guy who grew his hair out, played hockey, and possibly banged someone else’s girlfriend in high school. Maybe that’s just hockey dudes in general, but when I look at his face I can see it. He’s the kind of kid who would grow up going to a public school in Delco, then play hockey at a school like Malvern or St.Joes Prep in high school.

I don’t know, this thing might seem out of reach, but when my boss (Eric Quinn, but in reality I’m my own boss) asked me who the most Delco dude on the Flyers was, Ghost came to mind.

Written by Mike Cloran

Most “Delco” Eagle – Jason Peters

Jason Peters is a mauler. The type of dude that us Delco folk love. He has been one of the best tackles in the league over the last decade. While his better days are definitely behind him, you gotta love the dude.

He’s proud. When Chip Kelly wanted him to be a backup in the Dolphins’ game, he refused to dress. That’s definitely a Delco-esque move. There was also chatter about Lane Johnson replacing him or sliding him to guard in which Peters responded “Who are they going to put in there that’s better than me? Nobody? Who are they going to draft…” The guy tells it how it is and doesn’t care who he offends, a true Delco trait.

Lastly, how could anybody forget about him coming to the aid of Nick Foles after the dirty hit by Chris Baker. Delco is a brotherhood and there is no better sense of brotherhood than an offensive lineman and his quarterback. It’s like being a Bonner kid on Senior Week in Wildwood and a dude from Father Judge runs up on your boy and jumps him. We all know how that ends. Jason Peters would be the guy who is always down for a good brawl.

I’ve also witnessed him order 5 cheeseburgers at one time in the NovaCare cafeteria. Jason Peters is a savage.

Written by Eric Quinn

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Most “Delco” Phillie – Carlos Ruiz

This was a tough one. This Phillies team is so new to me, it’s hard to relate to anyone on the roster so soon. There are the few household names that still remain like Ryan Howard and Carlos Ruiz, but pretty much everyone else is fresh.

After seeing the play at the plate on May 14th and the subsequent bald spot tweet later, I thought Cameron Rupp might be a good choice. Then I went on his Twitter and found out that he’s a Cowboys fan. All respect was immediately lost.

So, with that being said, your most “Delco” Phillie is Carlos “Chooch” Ruiz.

Catcher is such a Delco position. It’s not sexy, its not flashy and it’s a grind. Delco is all about embracing the grind and I’m pretty sure nobody would use the term “sexy” to describe Delaware County.

Chooch has seen it all in his more than 1,000 games as a Phillie. He’s caught one of the best pitching staffs in baseball when the 4 Aces were here (Halladay, Lee, Hamels, Oswalt) and he caught one of the worst pitching staffs in baseball last year. He caught the final pitch of a World Series Championship and he’s caught for a team that lost 99 games. But he has remained constant through it all and was never too high or too low and that’s something he should be respected for. Like Chooch, Delco has seen its ups and downs, but the great citizens that inhabit this county remain constant.

Let’s also not forgot when Ruiz was suspended 25 games by Major League Baseball for using amphetamine (it was just Adderall). I’m pretty sure a large portion of Delco has gone to work under the influence of some kind of substance in their lifetime. Chooch is no different.

His career is dwindling down, but Carlos will always have the respect of us Delco folk for all he did for the only team to bring a championship to Philly in most of our lifetimes.

Written by Eric Quinn

What to do with Ryan Howard

In a season full of surprises, perhaps we shouldn’t be shocked that a guy most Phillies fans probably forgot about is already playing a key role for a club just three games into his MLB career.

After tearing up Triple-A pitching, Tommy Joseph, the centerpiece of the 2012 Hunter Pence trade, has brought his hot stick to the majors and is starting to make that sour taste most of us fans have from that Pence trade just a little more bearable. Following a 3 for 4 night at the plate on Tuesday, a game in which he batted cleanup and played first base in Pete Mackanin’s lineup, the 24-year-old Joseph is batting .400 (4 for 10) and could be on his way to earning more playing time. But what does that mean for Ryan Howard?

Howard is off to a horrendous start at the plate this season, batting just .168 in 37 games played. While he does have a team-leading eight home runs to go with 17 RBIs, the Big Piece has also struck out 39 times in 113 at-bats. He’s also on track to post career-worsts in OBP and OPS.

There’s no question that Howard is one of the best Phillies of all time, and if you disagree, well, you’re wrong. The guy consistently put the team on his back down the stretch of the season during the glory days from 2006-2011, taking home an MVP and Silver Slugger while also earning three All-Star Game selections. Did I mention the three long balls he launched in the 2008 World Series against the Tampa Bay Rays, or the NLCS MVP Award he won in 2009? There was a time when fans like myself would make the trip down to Citizens Bank Park and be shocked if Howard didn’t hit a home run.

But it’s also obvious that Howard hasn’t been the same player since tearing his ACL while making the final out of the 2011 NLDS against the St. Louis Cardinals. And on a rebuilding team booming with young players, Howard and catcher Carlos Ruiz are the two veteran outliers.

So what do the Phillies do?

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DBag of the Week and Top Dog of the Week

Every Friday we will try to bring you the biggest douchebag of the past week as well as the top dog of the past week. The douchebag is obviously someone who did or said something dumb af and deserves to get maligned for it while the top dog deserves endless praise. Feel free to comment with who your choices would be if you don’t like ours.

DBag of the Week – Stephen A Smith

Stephen A could pretty much win this award every week. He is the most annoying sports media person on the face of the earth in my opinion. He also thinks his shit doesn’t stink which us Delco folk are never too fond of. For this week, he wins specifically due to the tweet below. On the happiest day for the Sixers in recent memory he has to come out and say something stupid like that. Yeah we’ve suffered, but it was all merited when Mark Tatum pulled our logo out of that envelope at number 1. Happy the Colangelo’s are in charge? Sam Hinkie just set them up for success. Stephen A should know better, being a former writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Just shut your mouth and let Sixers fans enjoy the moment.

Top Dog of the Week – Brett Brown

There are multiple reasons this guy is the top dog of the week.

  1. He is finally going to get a roster that he can compete with
  2. Mike D’Antoni looks to be on his way out so he doesn’t need to look over his shoulder anymore
  3. He was the lottery rep who got us the first pick and the first thing he said about it was “our fans deserve this”. I’m glad it was him that got to enjoy the moment.

Kudos to you, Brett. While the fans have endured over the last three seasons, you have made the ultimate sacrifice. I can’t even imagine what it’s like to coach a team that you know is going to lose 90% of their games no matter what you do. He was set up for failure. And not once did he take a back handed jab at Sam Hinkie or at ownership or throw one of his players under the bus. He worked and now he got his reward. The fans do deserve this but more-so than us, you deserve this, Mr. Brown. We can’t wait to see what you can do with an actual NBA roster and the support of this great sports city behind you.

Jahlil Okafor to Boston – Should the Sixers do it?

Trade rumors are swirling around Jahlil Okafor and the Boston Celtics. This proposed trade for Okafor would likely consist of the 3rd overall pick (via Brooklyn), and a combination of one of Boston’s backcourt players (Smart or Bradley) and one of Boston’s seven (!!!) later picks. Boston’s other first round picks are at 16 (from Dallas) and 23 (their own). They have 5 second round picks, including one from Philly at 31. Simply put, the Celtics have a ton of assets but lack a go-to guy. They have an excess of guards and a lack of talent in the frontcourt.

The opposite applies to the Sixers. Jahlil is one of three players the Sixers currently have on their roster that project as starting centers, with limited versatility. Jahlil and Nerlens are pure centers whose skills are only effective in the paint. Joel projects as a dominant center and an average power forward, because he has paint skills (rebounding, post moves, shot blocking), and the range to shoot the 3. But you don’t want him playing defense against other power forwards, especially with his injury.

It doesn’t make sense to force any of these two players to play together, especially when Saric is the perfect player to pair with any of our 3 bigs. Simmons also has the ability to play the 4 on defense.

For this reason, fans are clamoring for Colangelo to trade a big for a guard. Trading for fit is like marrying a girl you don’t love because you just had a kid. It probably has to happen to secure the best long term future, and hey, it might even be the right choice. But chances are you’re forcing something that isn’t meant to be. The Sixers have three kids and the Celtics are the girlfriend that we shouldn’t trust.

Let’s keep it simple and say the Sixers trade Okafor for the 3rd overall pick, Avery Bradley, and the 31st pick. There are three reasons this scares me.

  1. Stay Away from Danny Ainge
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Our Sixers Big Board

The Sixers have the 1st, 24th and 26th picks in the upcoming draft, which will be held on June 23rd. Below is my personal big board. It’s definitely stat-heavy, but I’ve seen most of these guys on tape (AKA YouTube). I also played basketball in 7th grade, so I’m definitely a “basketball guy” too.

A couple things:

This is a big board, not a mock draft.

My board represents my rankings if I were Bryan Colangelo, so there are a lot more guards than bigs.

However, there are some big guys that I’d draft anyway. The Kings and Browns draft for fit. The Patriots will draft a QB in the 2nd while Brady still has 5 years left on his contract.

I’m looking forward to looking back on this 5 years from now and seeing how bad it was.

  1. Ben Simmons- PG/SF/PF, LSU

Good Ol’ Benny Ballplayer. Ben is going to be amazing in transition, and will be tough to stop in the half court. He’s legitimately a 6’10 point guard. I’m really upset that one of his AAU coaches didn’t force him to shoot right handed because that seems to be his natural dominant hand- he finishes less than 5% of his floaters and layups with his left hand. People will point to his free throw shooting (which is still only 67%) and claim that it’s no big deal that he only made one three this year, but I’m concerned that his shot is broken. And it’s tough to be a go to guy when you don’t trust your shot– that scares me. The rest of his game will scare opponents– he’s an awesome rebounder (highest rebound rate among wings), gets to the line a ton (most free throw attempts per game among all players) and has vision that can’t be taught. The character concerns are notable, but I think they are way overblown. He’s not Demarcus Cousins. Simmons was visibly competitive and tuned in during the first half of the season, and Johnny Jones slowly drained the life out of him. LSU was a very dysfunctional team, especially when their best/only shooter, Keith Hornsby, went down. However, those concerns can’t simply be brushed aside either, especially if he comes here without a veteran mentor (Luol Deng maybe?). Simmons is excellent at every aspect of the game, except shooting. Do I wish he could hit threes? Of course. But LeBron and Westbrook had two of the worst shooting three point seasons of all-time this year, and they turned out just fine. So did Magic.

NBA Comps: So many comps.

Floor- Michael Beasley with point guard skills

Middle- a 6’10 Rondo, a Blake Griffin/Lamar Odom hybrid

Ceiling- Magic Johnson

  1. Brandon Ingram- F, Duke

I had Ingram at 1 for a couple of weeks, but I was overthinking it. One could definitely make an argument for him though — a year younger than Simmons, his wingspan is 3 inches longer, and if you haven’t noticed, he shoots better than Simmons. Straight up, Ingram is not Durant and those comparisons are unfair. He isn’t quick enough to create his own shot like Durant could, and he’s not as good defensively as Durant was in college. Look at their numbers as freshman, and it’s not particularly close. What I love about Ingram is his confidence shooting the 3 for his age and height. He shot it 5.4 times/game at a 41.5% clip. However, as great as he looks shooting the 3, he only shot 68% from the line, which is slightly higher than Ben. Also, most of his 3’s were assisted, which skews his percentages a little. The same could be said for Winslow and Parker – a product of playing in the wide-open Duke offense. Defensively, his STOCK% –steals + blocks– (5.5), is similar to Ben’s (5.6) but Ben has a higher impact on his team defensively because he can guard multiple positions, like Draymond or LeBron. Ingram also isn’t the rebounder or passer that Ben is, although he likely won’t be a liability on either front. I love Ingram, but I’m going with the guy who has a higher upside over the guy who’s the better fit.

NBA Comp: Floor- Tayshaun Prince, Ceiling- Paul George

  1. Dragan Bender- PF, Croatia

Bender is a versatile player who can play stretch 4 or stretch 5. He’s the youngest player in the draft, and that’s a Big Effin Deal. Bender is smart and skilled. Although he doesn’t have an elite skill, he’s very good at almost everything– shooting, rebounding, shot-blocking, passing. Scouts love his ability to defend the perimeter. He’s not the toughest player yet, but he’s just a kid. Toughness comes with age. Bender’s stock will likely benefit from Kristap’s early success, although Bender doesn’t have the offensive polish and ceiling Kristaps boasts. He likely comes over this season, so expect him to go at 3.

NBA Comp: Kristaps/Joakim Noah hybrid

  1. Kris Dunn- PG, Providence

Dunn (and the 5 guys ranked after him) are closer to mid-to-late lottery guys in an average draft. Your opinion of Dunn depends on how much you value defense from your point guard. I think I do more than others, because I think it makes a difference when the game slows down come playoff time (PLAYOFFS?!?!). He’s the second best defensive guard prospect in this class, and his shooting isn’t all that bad (37% from 3, although his 69.5 FT% suggests he’s not great). High AST and TOV%, but that’s because he was the only creator on his team. He should be above average in transition and below average in the half court. He’s not a consistent enough a shooter to play off-ball, and not good enough a distributor to be a great on-ball point guard. The only guy I can think of who fit that criteria and became a star is Wade, but I’m not willing to bank on that. He’s also the same age as Noel.

NBA Comp: Reggie Jackson

  1. Timothe Luwawu- SG/SF, Serbia

From here on out, most players should be evaluated based on role-player potential (with a few exceptions). Luwawu’s a dude that will probably be drafted mid-to-late-lottery, so he’s unlikely to go to the Sixers. But he’s the exact type of player we need. Tall (6’7) and skilled, but someone who can play at the 2 and 3. He’s improved as a scorer and can dish the ball pretty well, too. Solid rebounder and defender with offensive potential. He’s one of those guys that is picked because of that potential, not necessarily production. And I’ll admit, this ranking has a lot to do with the consensus among basketball experts I trust, but I didn’t feel good about anybody else after him.

NBA Comps: Floor- Thabo Sefolosha, Ceiling- Andre Iguodala

  1. Denzel Valentine- SG/SF, Michigan State

Denzel has clear strengths and weaknesses. His offensive numbers jump off the page. He’s the best shooter over 6’5 (highest 3pt and FT%). He has the highest assist rate among all players (45.5%) and a low turnover rate (although he had relatively high rates before this season). He’s got all the intangibles. But like Ingram and Durant, comparing Valentine to Draymond Green is unfair — I doubt he can a top 30 player in this league because he’s not a very good defender. He won’t kill you there, but he won’t add anything. Denzel also lacks explosiveness so he rarely gets to the line (3.1 FTA/g). He has the second lowest stock% (STL% + BLK%) among wings. And of course, age has to factor in here. Valentine is still a guy I’d love to have, but you need to understand what he is.

NBA Comps: Brandon Roy’s passing, Danny Green’s shooting, Jared Dudley’s slowness. Draymond Green’s Michigan State-ness. Guard version of Boris Diaw?

  1. Jamal Murray- SG, Kentucky

Murray’s a guy I like in the right role. He found his niche as an off ball guard midway through the season and excelled. Not the playmaker we hoped he would be (12.1 AST%, 12.1 TOV%), and projects to be more of a shooter than a scorer at the next level because he can’t score at the rim. But he seems like he has the intangibles and should be a solid player. To be effective, he’d have to develop point guard skills, like Deron Williams and Chauncey Billups did when they became pros. But his measurables and lack of explosiveness limits his potential. He’ll likely hurt you defensively.

NBA Comps: Floor- Randy Foye, Eric Gordon (middle), Ceiling- Chauncey Billups

  1. Brice Johnson- PF, North Carolina

Brice is a great 2 way player who led (lead?) UNC to a 1 seed. He is an exceptional rebounder for his size despite being very thin. He’s a senior, but was effective as a freshman (20 pts and 12 rebounds per 40 minutes). His floor is a solid bench big in the NBA with stretch 4 potential. He improved his free throw shooting every year, from 57% his freshman season to 78% his senior season (same exact rate as Jamal Murray). Johnson might present the best blend of individual/team defense in the draft. He would best fit in with a team who likes to run, which hopefully we become. The red flag with him is weight (he weight 20 lbs less than Nerlens), and he lacks handles and passing ability. But Brice fits in fine with Embiid, complements Okafor nicely, and would form a ridiculous defensive combo with Noel while making up for Noel and Jahlil’s rebounding deficiencies, so I’d like him at 24/26 despite the logjam in the frontcourt.

NBA Comp: a more athletic Taj Gibson

  1. Marquese Chriss- PF, Washington

Chriss has a drop of star potential, and that’s why he’s this high. Chriss’ stock peaked at the right time with an impressive showing in the NIT tournament, where he put up an exciting 27 and 11. He definitely has a steep learning curve but flashes 2 way ability. NBA size at 6’9, 225. Very good individual defender (1st in block rate among wings at 5.8%). Rebounding production was eh- offensive was good but defensive was poor. I think he loved going for the rebound only when there was a put-back opportunity (all about the pointzzz). People are already writing him off as a rebounder- I think it’s too early for that.  He doesn’t have any NBA-level offensive skills yet, and his AST and TOV% (6.3 and 14.7, respectively), indicate that he’s got a ways to go. But he’s not even 19, so if he develops a reliable 3 and commits to rebounding, look out, because he seems to have the confidence to succeed.

NBA Comps: Floor- Hakim Warrick, Ceiling- Serge Ibaka

  1. Wade Baldwin- G, Vanderbilt

Baldwin is another guy that will be drafted based on potential, not production. He turns the ball over a ton and didn’t make the talent on Vanderbilt better, leading to a very brief (and probably undeserved) appearance in the tournament. I don’t like him as a point guard at all. He’s best suited as an off-ball/combo guard because he’s got two way skills and NBA size for both guard spots. He can shoot (80% FT, 40% 3pt) and play guard point guards (6’4 with a 6’10 wingspan). Those are the exact skills you look for in a guy to pair with Simmons. I think there’s enough there for a team in the top 10 to feel good about him. He’s a possible trade-up candidate for the Sixers, especially if he falls.

NBA Comps: Patrick Beverly, George Hill

  1. Buddy Hield- SG, Oklahoma
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