2012 NBA Draft: What the fans think
Our Twitter followers give their thoughts on tonight's draft
Two days ago, we have decided to ask our fans and followers what they thought about the NBA Draft and its impact on the league this summer and next season. We received scores of responses, and we thank all of you for the effort. Here are the best ones that we received:
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Anthony Davis will most likely be like ________________?
@SnapCharlotte: Rookie of the Year 2012-13
@CH_TMAC317: He will be better than Marcu Camby, more like KG!!
Which non lottery pick will have the biggest impact in the NBA?
@CoachD_William: Whoever the Spurs pick #great organization
@Romanyoungblut: Definitely Royce White if he doesn't go on the lottery
if you were Michael Jordan and the Bobcats who would you take at Number 2?
@Mascolomr: Thomas Robinson or trade the pick if the deal is right #NBADraft
@BballfanofDuke: Bradley Beal, they need a scorer
@HeelsRenn: now that they have a shooting guard and got rid of a SF, I'd say Harrison Barnes. He can shoot, rebound and get to the rim.
@Deezymontana23: Michael Jordan himself lol
This year's draft will make __________________ a contender?
@DBTrey5: Bobcats with Andre Drummond, Ben Gordon and Kemba will make a good trio, Kidd Gilcrist would be a great trio too
@BrdCmpbll: No one or whoever gets Howard
____________________ Is going to be the biggest bust of the 2012 NBA Draft?
Chad Beale: Austin Rivers in my mind. he is not explosive really in any way possible, he doesn't have john wall or wade handles, he isn't all that consistent in his jumper which is the best part of his game, he is not a good defender I see him being a bust before Hall of Famer
@bwmiller22: Anthony Davis from UK. Not strong, or tough enough and he needs to shave that unibrow before he gets in the NBA
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