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Old 03-31-2005, 12:36 PM
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Default Blake or Gilchrist?

Since Gilchrist has declared for the NBA, the Wiz has an affinity for local players and Gilchrist might very well be there when the Wiz pick in the draft, an interesting question presents itself:

If you were Eddie Jordan, who would you rather take up a PG roster spot, Blake or Gilchrist?

PS: I would've made a poll, but I don't think I have enough posts yet to do so.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:40 PM
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No you have enough posts.. They just don't like you. lol j/p... I would rather have Blake cuz he has more experience in the league (Not by much, but still...) and he always thinks to pass before he shoots. But then again, Gilchrist can score pretty well, something Steve still has to prove. But as of right now, I choose Blake. I might change my mind in a few years.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:54 PM
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Blake, but I am basing that on their time in MD more than who is the better NBA prospect.
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Old 03-31-2005, 01:04 PM
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Blake.
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Old 03-31-2005, 01:05 PM
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There. Poll added.
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There. Poll added.
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The one disappointment of the off-season housecleaning that brought Allen and Shanahan here is that they didn't part ways with Larry Michael as well. He is a prominent and unavoidable symbol of the horrible way Snyder and Cerrator ran this team in the past. Moving on to a new era of Redskins football, on and off the field, should have meant severing ties with him as well.
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Blake. Knows how to run the point despite less athleticism. Shooting is a push I think. Gilchrest w/ the huge advantage in sulking
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blake has a better jumper i think. blake. but dixon might leave, so we could have both, who knows?
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Old 03-31-2005, 01:23 PM
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i'd prefer to have blake. gilchirst is more of a shooter, but we have enough guards like that. blake is a better distributor. who knows though, gilchirst could be a star.
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Neither.
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There. Poll added.
So much for the "poll". This is turning out to be a slaughter!
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The one disappointment of the off-season housecleaning that brought Allen and Shanahan here is that they didn't part ways with Larry Michael as well. He is a prominent and unavoidable symbol of the horrible way Snyder and Cerrator ran this team in the past. Moving on to a new era of Redskins football, on and off the field, should have meant severing ties with him as well.
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When is he expected to be drafted? 1st or 2nd?
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When is he expected to be drafted? 1st or 2nd?
Apparently he's supposed to be selected in the latter half of the 1st, but who knows.
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Apparently he's supposed to be selected in the latter half of the 1st, but who knows.
That means we can get him with our first.
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That means we can get him with our first.
Yeah, that's why I put the poll up. But, considering the current blowout, it doen't like anybody would want to choose him over Blake.
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