oldfishermen wrote:Shop the picks, however, only make a trade that returns a quality veteran PG or C. Otherwise, use the picks on the BPA.
Trades I would make:
1) #6, #11 & Wesley for Rondo & #22
2) #6 & Wesley for Lowry & #16
The key to trading one or both of our picks is to pick up a good veteran player plus a later first round pick. This is a deep draft; there should be decent projects in the bottom half of the first round.
Starting PG is supposed to be taken care of through free agency. If the Blazers get Drummond at #6, then they should go with a safe pick at #11 like Terrence Ross (home town kid) that is supposed to be moving up the draft board. I think Perry Jones has star potential, but picking both Drummond and Jones is too much of a high risk.
#6 - Bradley Beal, Andre Drummond, Harrison Barnes
#11 - Jeremy Lamb, Perry Jones, Terrence Ross
I would like the Blazers to buy / trade their 2nd round picks for a pick in the 20's and go after Quincy Miller, Feb Melo or Tony Wroten.
2nd round if the Blazers can't trade up is Kyle O'Quinn 6'10" center with a 7'5" wingspan for defense and rebounding.
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