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Trade Drawer Pick Edition: How High Can KP Go???


Kevin Pritchard recently said that he believes there will be some opportunities to be taken advantage of in this year's draft, as most teams will be focused on free-agency. Then, Adrian Wojnarowski broke the story on Twitter Tuesday night. Portland and Houston are likely to try to trade up to the third (New Jersey Nets) and fourth (Minnesota Timberwolves) picks.  A lot of people say this is unrealistic. Some say it is smoke and mirrors. Others think it will happen. Others think Pritchard will trade out of the first round entirely. Some say he will move up, but only to the late lottery at best.

My question for all of you is this: given what we know about Pritchard, what do you think is his plan of attack? We know he typically chooses a player and then goes after them; so who is he targeting this year? How far can we realistically move up? Who should we give up? Does this belong in the Trade Drawer? You decide!

(So I'm editing this into the new trade drawer, since there is no longer one on the side bar. Yes, this makes the poll look funny, since there is an option that regards putting this post in the Trade Drawer. My bad. Is trading picks more Draft Drawer stuff than Trade Drawer stuff? Who knows...Anyway,  my new proposal: Trade Rudy, all the Euros, and cash to Minnesota for the #4 and take Johnson. Completely unrealistic? Yes. Completely awesome? I think so...)

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