So you’re questioning his eye for talent because he took Brooks over Butler?
Michael Kerney
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I’m saying if you go through his draft history (not just this Brooks/Butler) & look at the players below the Celts, he has a pretty consistent record of getting middling value. He plays it safe & isn’t a guy that swings for the fences. Doesn’t make him a bad GM—his trades more than makes up for it, but I suspect at #3 he will go for the most NBA ready player available and not the one with the highest upside … but then in a few years, he’ll be trying (& possibly succeeding at) orchestrating some convoluted trade for the player he misses on this year.

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