Notebook: Moritz Wagner trending toward first round, NBA Draft Combine, more


#61

I think Bamba is a distant third on that list. He is just sooooo raw on offense. its like playing 4 on 5.

Gimme Jackson or Bagley all day.


#62

Go get em Duncan


#63

That makes me incredibly happy. This has gotta be a dream for Duncan. He earned every second of this opportunity.

Also I wont rule out that the Lakers will give him a serious look. This is the team that signed Alex Caruso after a good summer league performance for 37 games and 7 starts last season.


#64

Good workout can earn him a Summer League invite and I absolutely agree. This team is badly in need of shooting and like you said, they showed with Caruso that they’re willing to sign undrafted FAs. They let Wear play a bunch too and I don’t believe he was drafted.


#65

Give me bagley too, but not Jackson. Bamba will develop offensively. I think Jackson will at best a solid number two option/ good third option ( nothing wrong with that and I like him) I truly believe bamba will be a very good two possible low end number one option in 5 years.

His offense will develop nicely.


#66

It is no surprise to me that Rob Pelinka found a tryout spot for a Michigan 3 point specialist!


#67

Not to get this thread too off course, but I think Wendell Carter is better than Bagley and bamba and will have better careers than both.


#68

#69

That’s not a crazy thought, although I like bagley better. I like crater more than Jackson but I could see carter being better then all three. Duke really fell apart when he was out but dominated when he was in versus Kansas.


#70

Moe will be working out with the Wizards tomorrow.


#72

That three ball will be money ball! Too many teams struggling to keep pace in the league with the three.


#73

I think Lauri Markannen’s success in the NBA last year may help Moe out when it comes to having a team pick him higher than his measurables/output suggest. Not saying Moe is nearly as good as Lauri is, but they have a similar game.


#74

Updated mock has Moe at 37 over at ESPN/DX.


#75

Oh man…I certainly hope he doesn’t go to the Kings. What an inept franchise.


#76

Good chance Wagner about to become a millionaire

Blockquote According to HoopsHype.com, every player selected between 29 and 37 in the 2017 NBA Draft except Serbian Jonah Bolden (who opted to play overseas) receiver a multi-year guaranteed deal with an average annual salary of $1.51 million prior to any endorsement deals or other forms of income

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Moe Wagner draft status update

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#77

I’ll basically only be watching the draft to root for Wagner without a Pistons first rounder


#78

#79

With the 21st pick the Utah Jazz select…