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    Good start for Zion in the SL. One quarter and he's out from SL for good. I never have such feeling, but I have a feeling he will be a sad story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight forward View Post
    Good start for Zion in the SL. One quarter and he's out from SL for good. I never have such feeling, but I have a feeling he will be a sad story.
    He’s fine not hurt or anything just an excuse actually not to risk anything. They have all training camp and preseason for that. But i also worry about his future. That weight has to be murder on the knees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prancūzėlis_ZLD View Post
    Exactly. It's not about nationalities, but about if you come from NCAA (or HS) or not.
    Other examples are frenchmen Jaylen Hoard and auto clicker word unscramblerKillian Tillie (even if the last one finally decided to skip)
    Suns\Knicks\Magic - providede they aren't 1st pick. right now I see no reason for any team to pass on Zion. Sure, there is a chance he doesnt pan out but that can be said to every rookie.I see Zion become better a little bit later though but the upside is crazy high. he'll probably start as a PF and depending how he develops, can be an SF. though I hope he manages his weight all through out because all that jumping will take its toll on his knees if he doesnt get a reliable shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prancūzėlis_ZLD View Post
    Exactly. It's not about nationalities, but about if you come from NCAA (or HS) or not.
    Other examples are frenchmen Jaylen Hoard and spankbang redtube porn600.meKillian Tillie (even if the last one finally decided to skip)
    One player that 2 years ago I strongly believed should make the league and leave some impact is Tadas Sekerskis (6'8 SF).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prancūzėlis_ZLD View Post
    I do agree with what you said about the Suns, but is Morant really the good guy as well then ?

    Regarding the Knicks, if you take into account KD being a Knick starting spankbang redtube porn600.me next season, then this changes everything and you're right of course.
    To be honest, I'm still not event totally convinced that Morant is the best pointguard in 2019 draft class anyway, even with Darius Garland's injury.

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