View Poll Results: Who will play more games in the NBA? Jordan Murphy or Amir Coffey?

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  • Jordan Murphy will play more games in the NBA

    12 19.67%
  • Amir Coffey will play more games in the NBA

    25 40.98%
  • Neither will play a game in the NBA

    24 39.34%
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    Default Who will play more games in the NBA? Jordan Murphy or Amir Coffey?

    Who will play more games in the NBA? Jordan Murphy or Amir Coffey?


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    Murphy. I think Amir winds up roving the G League for a couple years, then Europe. Murphy will prove it enough right away in the G League to get some NBA games next season.

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    I think Amir is going to get a two-way deal and end up playing in a few NBA games next season. Whether he sticks there or gets a guaranteed deal for the 14th roster spot depends on how much he improves. Has a ways to go to even become a rotational NBA player.

    I really like Murph, but don't think he ever plays in the NBA. There just isn't much of a market for 6'6"-6'7" guys who can't shoot outside of 10-12 feet. He'll go make some solid money overseas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzle22 View Post
    I think Amir is going to get a two-way deal and end up playing in a few NBA games next season. Whether he sticks there or gets a guaranteed deal for the 14th roster spot depends on how much he improves. Has a ways to go to even become a rotational NBA player.

    I really like Murph, but don't think he ever plays in the NBA. There just isn't much of a market for 6'6"-6'7" guys who can't shoot outside of 10-12 feet. He'll go make some solid money overseas.
    I would agree although I think it will take longer for Amir to develop and make it to the NBA.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bizzle22 View Post
    I think Amir is going to get a two-way deal and end up playing in a few NBA games next season. Whether he sticks there or gets a guaranteed deal for the 14th roster spot depends on how much he improves. Has a ways to go to even become a rotational NBA player.

    I really like Murph, but don't think he ever plays in the NBA. There just isn't much of a market for 6'6"-6'7" guys who can't shoot outside of 10-12 feet. He'll go make some solid money overseas.
    My gut tells me Murphy will get his cup of tea first, but ultimately Amir is far more likely to stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bemidjigopher View Post
    My gut tells me Murphy will get his cup of tea first, but ultimately Amir is far more likely to stick.

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    This.

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    AC

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    Coffey looks much more like a prototypical NBA wing than Murphy does PF due to Coffey’s size. I’d definitely go with Amir.


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    Konate

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    Murphy right now is at least projected as a draft pick...
    Who hates iowa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlebass View Post
    Murphy right now is at least projected as a draft pick...
    By who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Brooks View Post
    Konate
    That's true. Kontae is going late second round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlebass View Post
    Murphy right now is at least projected as a draft pick...
    In the Latvian league?


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    Murphy will be picked by the San Antonio Spurs with their third pick, which is late second round. Murphy will then go on to secure a spot on the team as a rebound specialist. In 3 to 5 years he will be an NBA all-star.
    Amir Coffey will wallow on a squad in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan where he will become a practicing Buddhist and eventually join a monastery as a monk.

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    Someone had to have promised Coffey a draft pick right? Without a promise I bet he would have stayed in school. I bet the Magic take him in the second round. He fits their mold of tall lean athletic players they seem to be stockpiling.
    Lets not forget about Nate Mason either. He had several decent G-league games last season once he was fully healthy so I'd like to have him considered in this race too.

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