Over the next thirty days, until the NBA draft commences on June 22, there will hundreds to thousands of opinions and conversations about what the 76ers should do with the third overall pick. Trade up. Trade down. Stand pat. The third option seems to be the least desirable among fans right now, as many
The Celtics are expected to take Washington guard Markelle Fultz, and it would be a surprise if the Lakers passed on Lonzo Ball. A popular choice has been Kansas' Josh Jackson, and with good reason. Others have pointed to Kentucky sharpshooter Malik Monk, who would fill an obvious need.
Critics wonder whether Malik Monk lacks the size to become a standout shooting guard in the NBA. Nobody questions his shooting ability. He averaged 19.8 points while shooting 39.7 percent in his lone season at Kentucky. But at 6-foot-3 Monk is considered undersize at his position by NBA standards. That