NBA Mock Draft 2018

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    Spent yesterday afternoon at St. John's practice. Red Storm are older, deeper and look to have better chemistry than last year. Practice was a little sloppy but fairly intense. Coach Mullin has quite a few weapons and lineup configurations he can go to. Addition of transfers from programs like Arizona, Michigan State and South Carolina will hopefully add more of a defensive component to this group, which is what this team will certainly need more of this year. Shamorie Ponds looks a little bigger but still needs time to round out his game. Bashir Ahmed had a very good practice and looks much more focused. Justin Simon is a physical marvel who can do a little bit of everything, but will need to show some semblance of a jumper to keep scouts' interest. South Carolina transfer (sitting out this season) Sedee Keita is a bit of a sleeper. Stud physically with a man's frame, length and very quick feet. Can really move his feet defensively when he's locked in. Even shows some budding skill. Motor, focus seems to come and go. Someone to keep an eye on next season. Productive afternoon in Queens overall.

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