Golden State Warriors
June 24, 2011 by staff
Golden State Warriors, The Golden State Warriors made their way through the project 2011 of the NBA and made some interesting decisions that could set some solid depth to the list. There were question marks surrounding the selection of Klay Thompson, but the Warriors seem to like the fact that it is a serious threat to score. Charles Jenkins could be the backup point guard the team has been absent for some time. And Jeremy Tyler is a raw project with a ton of head (and a lot of potential for falling).
More Golden State of Mind, Warriors fans have been voting scores from the final draft of the project. So far the highest percentage belongs to a B, but a significant minority have gone with an A. The numbers will change, but as of this writing, three-quarters of voters give the Warriors either an A or B.
Although Jenkins and Tyler could prove invaluable for the Warriors, much of this project will focus on the type of Klay Thompson assumes role as a rookie and beyond. Unfortunately, much of it depends on how the Warriors against Monta Ellis. Thompson is a guard that could fit into one of two contingent Warriors backcourt, but not both. You could almost justify the abandonment of this incomplete selection in this regard. At the same time, if Thompson can provide some scoring big banks as a rookie, may justify a grade B at this time. Imagine small line the Warriors could produce Ellis, Curry and Thompson?
Looking at the selection Charles Jenkins, I would say no worse than a B. I think Jay Bilas called him a poor man Jimma Fredette. Even without such a projection, a solid point guard security can be difficult to find and if the Warriors can turn a selection into a second book this selection might be a home run.
As for Tyler, which undoubtedly plays an incomplete grade. He has a lot of heads, but there is also a good chance that a bust. The Warriors made a calculated risk in buying the selection Bobcats. They have been looking for a legit big man for some time (sorry, Andris Biedrins, who do not have after last season). If Tyler goes well, this could turn into choosing the best warriors. It will be fun to see how Tyler is developed under new coach Mark Jackson.
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