Found May 09, 2012 on Stepien Rules:
In anticipation of the NBA Draft Lottery on May 30th, we will be profiling each of the top-10 players available, discussing strengths, weakness, and how each player could theoretically fit or not fit with the Cavaliers. We'll also be doing the same with the prospects ranked in the 20-30 range too, as an introductory preview to the options available to the Cavs for each of their two First Round Draft picks.No. 9 - Perry Jones III, Sophomore, Baylor 2011-12 Season stats: 13.5 ppg, 7.6 rpg, 1.3 apg, 50% shooting Oh, Perry Jones, you should be so much higher on this list. The fact you are only #9 baffles me for days. After Jones’s freshman season, he was a top-5 pick. But he chose to return to Baylor for his sophomore season, possibly holding out hope for an even higher slot in the following draft. Didn’t quite work out to plan though.Nobody questions his ability, just the opposite. He might be the most talented player in this whole draft, and should be challenging Anthony Davis for...
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