If we can only take one who do you prefer

if we can only take one who do you prefer and why

  • Robert Braswell

    Votes: 42 63.6%
  • Osun Osunniyi

    Votes: 24 36.4%

  • Total voters
    66

moqui

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#2
personally, i haven't read nor seen enough of either to say one way or the other. but of course jb & staff know what they need to know
 

Grbac

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#13
Braswell.
I love his potential in our zone. Long, athletic, and wiry. Perfect to collect steals, block shots, and clog passing lanes.
On offense he looks to have a nice shooting stroke from outside. Also has great leaping ability for offensive rebounds and put backs.
 

SoBristol

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#14
Room for both, but I prefer Osunniyi for inside defense and scoring.
Braswell might fill in for a few minutes, but he is 175 lbs, and likes to play the perimeter. We have that covered for 2018-19 in Brissett and Hughes. There are better SF options than Braswell among our 2019 prospects.
Osunniyi as back-up center allows Sidibe to play some PF -- might be Sidibe's better spot long term.
 

Trueblue25

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#15
braswell, though Osun looks like a quality zone big.


Braswell’s upside is great and I’m confident he’ll reach it in our system.
 

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I'll go with the minority opinion. I think with Hughes we can have a quality 3 man rotation at forward. If I were convinced Sidibe / Chukwu would stay healthy and out of foul trouble it would be a toss up but history makes me skeptical. And if Osun can provide double duty emergency back up at the 4 and 5 it really solidifies things particularly if Battle returns.
 

cuseguy

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#17
Room for both, but I prefer Osunniyi for inside defense and scoring.
Braswell might fill in for a few minutes, but he is 175 lbs, and likes to play the perimeter. We have that covered for 2018-19 in Brissett and Hughes. There are better SF options than Braswell among our 2019 prospects.
Osunniyi as back-up center allows Sidibe to play some PF -- might be Sidibe's better spot long term.
Sidibe isn’t a sure thing with his injury. And who plays forward if there’s an injury to Brissett or Dolezaj?

Bringing in Braswell also helps start building depth for the following year.
 
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#18
Osun. Agree with cuseguy that Sidibe's availability is uncertain and bigs need time to mature. Osun could play the 4 or the 5 for us. Also not sure we are in good standing with any of next years bigs. If we can land Osun it will take some of the pressure off.
 

Sherman20

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I’ll be surprised if we don’t end up with both. We need both and there’s an availability of playing time. What’s the late signing period deadline? May 15?
 


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