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Old 10-05-2012, 11:13 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Ramonster View Post
Nobody is downplaying Sullinger's college career here......

Sullinger has tools to be a good player, I think if you took off your green colored glasses you'd see he has some definite holes though.
There are definate holes. No green glasses, I'm not suggesting he is destined for greatness but think he is more likely to be a good NBA player vs another big stiff.

Dominated high school and college even when playing against the best talent. His weaknesses will likely prevent him from being a top 20 type talent but equally his strengths should allow him to have a long productive NBA career. My guess would be a floor of Glen Davis and ceiling of Boozer (playing a bit more defense).
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