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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Magic select North Carolina F Reyshawn Terry

With the 44th pick in the second round, the Magic draft North Carolina F Reyshawn Terry. He is 6 ft 7 1/2 inches, 222 pounds. He started 36 of 38 games last season, averaging 9.7 ppg, 5.4 rebs. He is also a good 3 pt shooter. According to ESPN. he needs to improve his mental toughness.

7 Comments:

  • At 12:19 AM, Blogger tdawg said…

    This pick tells me that Hedo or Ariza are not safe.

    We could be looking at Lewis, Ariza, Hedo, and Terry at the 3. Someone has to go.

     
  • At 12:24 AM, Blogger tdawg said…

    Also what about that eating contest between Zach Randolph and Eddy Curry in New York? I fear for the other Knick players.

     
  • At 5:07 AM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Actually, with all the trades, it made it an interesting draft.

    Ray Allen (BOS) and Jerome Richardson (CHA) are now in the East.

    Since SEA traded Allen, might the Sonics make a last-ditch effort to sign Rashard Lewis? (Mark Jackson of ESPN thinks they may) If so, this leaves Gerald Wallace available for the Magic, since CHA won't be re-signing him with the addition of Richardson. Wallace is a nice second option depending on what happens with Lewis. I would prefer Lewis over Wallace, however.

     
  • At 5:11 AM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Tdawg, you're right regarding the 3 spot for the Magic. They certainly aren't going to trade Ariza; maybe something is in the works regarding a possible trade for Hedo.

     
  • At 6:28 AM, Blogger OVERWADED said…

    First, one of the last players I'd expect to see dealed is Ariza. He isn't going anywhere. If anyone goes, it's Hedo. And I say that assuming Grant is already gone.

    Second, Danny Ainge is one of the worst GM's in the NBA. Does he really think Allen and Pierce are going to do anything? They have a young team, besides both of those players. The Celtics are a train wreck.

    As for the Sonics; why would they try and keep Lewis? He is a copy of Durant. I don't see how they can co-exist.

    I'm still betting on the Magic going after Lewis. I'm guessing G Hill is gone regardless, and Hedo is close to gone, especially if Lewis is coming to town.

    And DAMN THOSE KNICKS... Are they serious? They now have two of the most talented, lazy, fat-ass low post scorers in the league. Man did I love the Bad Boys, but Thomas needs to stop ruining the Knicks.

     
  • At 11:08 AM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    None of this talk matters now,terry's a dallas maverick!

     
  • At 5:08 PM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    I think the knicks just make deals to be making deals,but the fact that they were able to un-load steve francis's contract makes it a good trade for them,alot of times we look at players moved,but in this case thats not the right way to view that trade. Steven A. Smith even went as far as to call the knicks draft a success and that they were winners in this years draft just because they were able to un-load steve's contract. Boston may be tough now,ray allen paul peirce and al jefferson are like and eastern conference big three (poor man's san antone),all three can score the ball,they are gonna be tough to defend,plus the east is weak as we all know,they might just get back into the play-offs. I dont know what MJ was thinking JRichardson isnt a top tier talent,the bobcats are in big trouble with MJ at the helm,he's just as bad as ainge.

     

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