@Mr. Bitter I dont recall you posting all those picks... any loser can come on here making false claims, just as you did..if you didnt care you wouldnt need to post the lie that you win 10 games ATS almost every week...
i knew a bunch of squares would be thinkin they are top dog after the way this week went down...
Stands around too much on offense when ball isn't in his hands
Gets a little reckless on his drives to the hoop
Summary: Playing against inferior competition in the Big Sky Conference, Lillard had a monster junior season, finishing second in the nation in scoring. He hasn't displayed the ability to be a true distributor since he needed to be a scorer for the Wildcats, so that is a bit of a concern. Still, Lillard has a chance to be the first point guard taken in what is a weak class at the position. He should get selected somewhere from the late lottery to mid-first round.
Player Comparison: Jarrett Jack. Lillard is more of a scoring point guard than true floor general just like Jack. Both guys have good size for the next level, and can attack the tin or shoot it from deep.