Cade a “Can’t Miss” Prospect

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This was fun to watch and is more good pub for OSU.
He is more than likely going #1 seems to be the Rockets, but i guess bottom 3 get the same % chance for #1 overall. Man if the Thunder could grab him, having Shai and Cade in the backcourt would be some crazy length and I also think he would fit perfectly with the culture.
 
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I think they are eyeing Evan Mobley. If they won the lottery, would they trade down to #2 in order to get mobley. Maybe take him(cade) and trade.
 
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Cade really gave osu a lot of publicity. I live in LA and would go to random places wearing my osu gear and people would come up to me and go "osu? Cade is a beast" during the season and again recently
 

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Who else here hears "Take it away Mike Cunningham"?

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He is more than likely going #1 seems to be the Rockets, but i guess bottom 3 get the same % chance for #1 overall. Man if the Thunder could grab him, having Shai and Cade in the backcourt would be some crazy length and I also think he would fit perfectly with the culture.
The Rockets have a 14% chance of getting the #1 pick. The Magic and Pistons also have a 14% chance of getting the #1 pick. The new lottery odds makes it a pretty substantial crapshoot.
 

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There is a very small chance that the Thunder end up with the 1st and 5th pick. Houston’s pick is top 4 protected so if they slide to 5th then the pick goes to the Thunder.
 
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I think they are eyeing Evan Mobley. If they won the lottery, would they trade down to #2 in order to get mobley. Maybe take him(cade) and trade.
Sorry if I’m splitting hairs here, but I just don’t keep up too much with the NBA draft rules and such. Why do I see teams do as you mentioned, take a player then trade him rather than just trading the pick? Guessing it must just be one of the rules I wasn't aware of? Or maybe it just gives teams the ability to get the bird in the hand then know better who may be available later to trade for?