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2024 NBA Draft Mega Thread

Filipowski with 12 points (4/9), 9 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 blocks and 1 steal today.
Edwards only redeemable quality on offense is his off-ball cutting.

It's always wild to me how dudes like this (based on what others said) looked so good in HS/AAU/International to the point where some had him #1, but in college he looks closer to the 30th pick than 20th.

It unfortunately happens every year. Last year Nick Smith Jr was projected to go in the top-5 in November. Jaden Hardy and Patrick Baldwin the year before, etc.
I can see the appeal of Ron Holland for a team that really gets up and down. He's fast and shifty in the open court, and he's tough to cut off on drives. I'd assume he'll stay in the top 5.
Williams is interesting. He's wiry, tough and has an ability to fight his way downhill and score in different ways. The way he plays in the open floor reminds me a bit of Latrell Sprewell back in the day.

Yeah, I'd take him ahead of Edwards for sure. He might be more impactful than Buzelis too when it's said and done.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvsYUaj6CUo

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60X_qmmoT1Q

At this point I don't think there is even a doubt that he would go ahead of Edwards. He looks great and has ideal size for a wing. I wouldn't be surprised to see him in the top 5 when it's all said and done. The top 10 of this draft is really starting to set up well with some big wings in Risacher, Williams, Buzelis, Ryan Dunn and Holland.
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I've been trying to find more film of Dunn where he is showing some perimeter skills and this one has a few good looking outside shots. He is nasty when slashing to the basket but he shows a nice compact shooting stroke from the outside in these highlights. If he is even serviceable as a shooter from the outside then his value is amazing for a team like us with his insane team defense abilities.