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    Eric Green to Utah at #46!

    I hope this is the beginning of a great professional career for him. I hope he can emulate the careers of Bimbo and Dell.
    "Just once before I die, a National Championship in something."

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    Looks like he's being traded to Denver

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTbymarriage View Post
    Looks like he's being traded to Denver
    Denver was a playoff team last year, so that could be a good situation. Saw them play once this past year and they have a good nucleus of talent.
    "Just once before I die, a National Championship in something."

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    How's their depth on guards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokie'79 View Post
    How's their depth on guards?
    Ty Lawson from UNC was their starting point guard. He's lightening quick, but is only 5'10".
    "Just once before I die, a National Championship in something."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayHokie View Post
    Ty Lawson from UNC was their starting point guard. He's lightening quick, but is only 5'10".
    Lawson has a lock on the starting spot. He'll have to beat out Andre Miller or Julyan Stone for a backup spot. Anyone know anything about either of these two?

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    MIller has been around forever and is on the downside of his career. Stone was an UFA out of UTEP in 2011 and has not lit the world on fire. Green will have a legit shot for the 2nd PG spot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hokie de NC View Post
    Lawson has a lock on the starting spot. He'll have to beat out Andre Miller or Julyan Stone for a backup spot. Anyone know anything about either of these two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VPIGUY View Post
    MIller has been around forever and is on the downside of his career. Stone was an UFA out of UTEP in 2011 and has not lit the world on fire. Green will have a legit shot for the 2nd PG spot.
    Good to know. When do NBA teams generally decide on 2nd round prospects?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayHokie View Post
    I hope this is the beginning of a great professional career for him. I hope he can emulate the careers of Bimbo and Dell.
    Congrats to Green -- I didn't expect him to be drafted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokie de NC View Post
    Good to know. When do NBA teams generally decide on 2nd round prospects?
    They've got summer camps and training camps like any other sport. We'll see if he makes camp roster, then the final roster.

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