Okay with this pick (#9) im looking at Zeller, Leonard, and Moultrie to start but im open to look elsewhere. Let the discussions begin.
i dont know if zeller would be a fit here, i know they need a big, but an athletic big to pair with monroe, would be nice with moultrie but its a high grab for him, if they are grabbing him, then i see them trading down and package villanueva's contract with it,
the white marcus camby (Meyers leonard) would also be great for this team, with his shotblocking and his length, complemented with Monroe finess, would be a good pairing, like a Dirk-Tyson two punch combo though not having dirk's smooth jumper
Maybe a defensive guy like Henson to help out Greg Monroe? You can also go with a guys like Lamb if he drops that far
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