The Electric Commentary

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Simmons' Draft Diary

is up on ESPN Page 2:

7:34 – On the clock: The Bucks, who are planning to take Andrew Bogut at No. 1. No, not in a supplemental draft – the actual draft. I thought he was going to be the next Bill Wennington until last week, when I found out he was only 20 years old. Now I'd like to upgrade that prediction to the poor man's Mike Gminski. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing – G-Mo had a few good years, and sported the best, red, mid-'80s beard except for possibly Chuck Norris. Plus, the clips of Bogut trying to guard Amare Stoudemire could fill an NBA DVD some day.

Meanwhile, Anthony worries about Bogut going to the coachless Bucks, saying, "Without a coach, you don't have a philosophy, a style or a system." Apparently he didn't watch Atlanta last season. That's followed by Tirico pointing out that the 1999 Clippers (with Michael Olowokandi) were the last team that drafted a center first even though they didn't have a coach, followed by Anthony laughing and joking, "I hope that's not an omen." Do you think a group of fans have ever been less excited by a No. 1 pick than Bucks fans? In any sport?


Nope. It's even worse thinking about what could have been in another year.

1 Comments:

  • Well, at least you don't have Michael Jordan picking for you. I'd rather have no coach, no philosophy, no style and no system than Michael Jordan picking my team's players. I really don't know enough to have an educated opinion about Andrew Bogut, but he can't possibly be worse than Kwame Brown, can he?

    By Blogger MDS, at 12:53 PM  

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