If they get drafted by contending teams, chances are theyre gonna be playing a much smaller role the first couple years which can stunt their growth. Do they prefer to get drafted to developing young teams so they can be the main guy right off the bat and grow together with the other young guys on the team?
Seems like the majority want to go somewhere they can get big minutes like Tatum wanted with the suns
Really depends. If Shai was drafted to the Clippers this year I highly doubt Doc Rivers would have given him playing time. If Zion got drafted to the Clippers this year he would be our starting PF.
nobody wants to get drafted by the wolves :(
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I’m pretty sure it depends on the case. I’m assuming most of top prospects want to get drafted in young developing teams
No. You get better stat production. But playing on a contender teaches you how to be productive while playing winning basketball. It’s easier to produce stats when winning isn’t part of the equation. It’s a two stage process for young players on
Definitely a case by case by basis. While in an ideal world every player would want to be drafted to a title contender, some guys want the ball in their hands right away and want to be the star. It’s an issue with some vets too. The reality is you hav
See Tim Duncan to Spurs. Prospect wants to be drafted by well run team. Good FO to help you / your family settle, good coaches to guide your development, good team mates / mentors that show you how to approach the game and NBA life style. Have that, you h
Depends on their skill set, if they can shoot yeah probably. If they cant no because they wont play
I read something that apparently Lamelo wants to be drafted by the Raptors because of their good development