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With all the other attributes he already has, doesn't he seem like the type of player who could become a go-to scorer?With the No. 19 pick, he's a perfect player on which to take a chance.
The Nuggets are building something special and Beasley could end up as a central part. His pairing with Emmanuel Mudiay works on so many levels, so don't be surprised if he beats out incumbent Gary Harris and No. 7 pick Jamal Murray.
It's hard not to be encouraged by Beasley.SWIPE RIGHT: Patrick McCaw (No. 38, Warriors) Shaun Livingston will potentially be a free agent in 2017, and the Warriors happened to find a guy who can seamlessly fill that role at a fraction of the cost, but also become so much more. Livingston's value comes from his ability to defend multiple positions, and McCaw can do the same. McCaw has pretty much the same body as Livingston, at a lean 6'7,
185-pounds with long arms. He's alsoa tenacious defender and a ball hawk who jumps passing lanes, turning steals into layups.McCaw's size provides an advantage as a pick-and-roll ball handler. He can see over the defense, change speeds and take advantage of matchups.
If UNLV wasn't such a dumpster fire, McCaw likely would've been used more often as a point guard. Plus, McCaw is a good spot-up shooter, though he does need to improve off the bounce.
The Warriors are on top of the basketball world, but their roster will change quickly. McCaw gives them another versatile wing, like Livingston and Andre Iguodala, who can fill multiple roles and be versatile on defense. That'll help them sustain the glory years.
SWIPE LEFT: All of Sacramento's picks The NBA Live Mobile Coins Kings fleeced Michael Jordan for the No. 22 pick and made a great deal trading down from No. 8 to No. 13 while picking up the No. 28 pick anda talented prospect in Bogdan Bogdanovic. But what they did with those picks is troubling.
They picked one player who has only shown glimpses, one who's riding a tidal wave of popularity, and another who desperately needs organizational stability.As Omer Kahn wrote on Sactown Royalty, the Kings "did not inspire confidence that they know what they are doing."
Or as Boogie put it:Lord give me the strength— DeMarcus Cousins (@boogiecousins) June 24, 2016 Greek center Georgios Papagiannis (No. 13) is an intriguing player because of his explosiveness as a rim runner and potential as a rim protector.