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26. Pistons David Lee SF 6-9 230 Florida
It's all about work ethic and passing and team play. Lee is a terrific passer and he will try and get on the boards. He has played his way into the first round by excelling in pre-draft camps.


I think that they should draft the purest scorer they can for a "Microwave" type guy off the bench. As long as he has the Piston attitude.

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Mock Pick per NBAWire.com

26 Detroit : Monta Ellis (6-2 175, PG), Backup swingman, High School

Mock Pick per Insidehoops.com

26. Detroit - Martynas Andriuskevicius (7-3 230, C)

Mock Pick per basketball.com

26. Detroit Pistons: Andray Blatche, PF - South Prep H.S.
56. Detroit Pistons: Angelo Gigli, C - Italy


June 24th, 2005, 8:44 am
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I think David Lee would be a good pickup to backup Prince. Another good prospect who could slip would be Louis Williams out of South Gwinnet High School in suburban Atlanta. He is a 6'2 guard who can backup both point and shooting guard slots and be a good replacement down the line for Hunter. With the new CBA, he could play on our NBDL squad until he was ready.

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I have seen Jack PG wakeforest and Williams PG HS too.

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June 24th, 2005, 11:17 am
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Jarrett Jack from Wake Forest is almost an exact replica of Chauncey Billups as you can get. He is the same size and like Billups, was not a pure point coming out of college. I think he is too good of a prospect to fall all the way to the 26th spot.

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June 24th, 2005, 11:29 am
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ESPN Insider has us getting Ryan Gomes


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ESPN Insider has us getting Ryan Gomes


Not a bad pickup either. Solid player. Would be a backup to Prince. This draft has some quality depth.

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TADOne wrote:
Jarrett Jack from Wake Forest is almost an exact replica of Chauncey Billups as you can get. He is the same size and like Billups, was not a pure point coming out of college. I think he is too good of a prospect to fall all the way to the 26th spot.


I thought Jarrett Jack played @ Georgia Tech?

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Oops. You are correct. I was just replying to the other post and didn't realize that Wake forest was incorrect. :oops:

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TADOne wrote:
Oops. You are correct. I was just replying to the other post and didn't realize that Wake forest was incorrect. :oops:


It's cool, I could have easily done that as well. That and I wanted to make sure that I was right about where he played.

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My bad. I don't follow it closely. There is also a PG from Wake Forest in the draft. :o This is a good site: www.nbadraft.net

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Yorick wrote:
My bad. I don't follow it closely. There is also a PG from Wake Forest in the draft. :o This is a good site: www.nbadraft.net


I'm with you Yorick. I don't follow college ball all that closely. The first round PG from Wake is Chris Paul though, he's predicted to go in the top 5.


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