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After the current consensus top 2 of Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram, there appears to be a 2nd tier of Dragan Bender, Jamal Murray, Buddy Hield, Kris Dunn, and today's prospect Jaylen Brown form the University of California. Brown has been compared favorably to the #10 pick in last year's draft Justice Winslow, who was highly coveted by Dany Ainge. At this stage while Brown is the more explosive raw athlete, Winslow is the better all around player. Here are Brown's DraftExpress strengths and weaknesses videos:








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Everyone knows that Brown can drive and dunk. If he can show potential on his jumper he should climb in this draft. Ainge for one definitely hasn't been someone to pass on a player just because he couldn't shoot in college. What are your thought on Jaylen Brown? More Kedrick Brown or Justice Winslow? Is he worth drafting at #3 or should the Celtics trade down for him?


Staff 5/23/2016 04:57:00 PM Edit
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