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NBA Draft DAY is HERE!!! - Rumors and Buzz

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2 hours ago, tl;dr said:

Guess the wrong team picked him if he's deathly afraid of birds lol

Wonder if he'll be afraid of Harry The Hawk.

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32 minutes ago, jayu70 said:

Wonder if he'll be afraid of Harry The Hawk.

Or afraid of his teammates which will cause him to be a ball hog 

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6 hours ago, jidady said:

Funny note from CBS Sports:

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A brief freakout — just Young acting a little weird. But then came the horror in Australia a few days later. The setting: gorgeous, horseshoe-shaped Sydney Harbor, with the city’s world-famous Opera House in the not-so-far distance. Ferry boats moan while shops and restaurants bustle with tourists from around the globe. Oklahoma’s team was taking a morning stroll on its way to a guided tour. “Then Trae runs and hides behind [teammate] Hannes [Polla],” Sooners junior Jamuni McNeace said. “We’re walking by the pier when a pigeon runs up on him.” The condition is known as ornithophobia. Trae Young is deathly afraid of birds."

Geez.....

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19 hours ago, jidady said:

Funny note from CBS Sports:

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A brief freakout — just Young acting a little weird. But then came the horror in Australia a few days later. The setting: gorgeous, horseshoe-shaped Sydney Harbor, with the city’s world-famous Opera House in the not-so-far distance. Ferry boats moan while shops and restaurants bustle with tourists from around the globe. Oklahoma’s team was taking a morning stroll on its way to a guided tour. “Then Trae runs and hides behind [teammate] Hannes [Polla],” Sooners junior Jamuni McNeace said. “We’re walking by the pier when a pigeon runs up on him.” The condition is known as ornithophobia. Trae Young is deathly afraid of birds."

Bruce Wayne was afraid of bats. 

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Decided to dust this thread off. Of course it's too early to draw conclusions and we have zero idea of whether either of the Hawks' picks is going to be a dog. But all three of them flashed incredible potential last night and there's a chance that you guys hit a home run. It might be better if you guys grow and develop and get another lottery pick in 2019, in which case you may have done everything in a couple of years that it took the Process four years to accomplish.

Without alienating the fan base by refusing to put a competent team on the floor.

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2 hours ago, JayOzOne said:

Decided to dust this thread off. Of course it's too early to draw conclusions and we have zero idea of whether either of the Hawks' picks is going to be a dog. But all three of them flashed incredible potential last night and there's a chance that you guys hit a home run. It might be better if you guys grow and develop and get another lottery pick in 2019, in which case you may have done everything in a couple of years that it took the Process four years to accomplish.

Without alienating the fan base by refusing to put a competent team on the floor.

Im hoping for a top 5 and top 10 pick to go along with what we have and we def could be young and fn good if we hit next years draft right. This class along with collins and prince and we got some fire power

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8 hours ago, JayOzOne said:

Decided to dust this thread off. Of course it's too early to draw conclusions and we have zero idea of whether either of the Hawks' picks is going to be a dog. But all three of them flashed incredible potential last night and there's a chance that you guys hit a home run. It might be better if you guys grow and develop and get another lottery pick in 2019, in which case you may have done everything in a couple of years that it took the Process four years to accomplish.

Without alienating the fan base by refusing to put a competent team on the floor.

Well, growing and developing is all good and well, but that's different from tanking. Not that I'm saying the Hawks are a playoff team, but if the talent develops too fast, well, we'd have to rely on a usually tight West to keep the Mavs out of the playoffs and for the Cavs to not be bad enough to get a top 10 pick.

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