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You're right,  but if the right team were to get him he could find his niche. Rodman and Lambier made a living on scrappin. Liggins managed to make a roster just on his hustle and tenacity. I think Young has the work ethic to make the cut for someone.

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View PostPuddingTime, on 27 June 2014 - 09:18 PM, said:

You're right,  but if the right team were to get him he could find his niche. Rodman and Lambier made a living on scrappin. Liggins managed to make a roster just on his hustle and tenacity. I think Young has the work ethic to make the cut for someone.

I agree; I think he's too strong, committed, and sound defensively to get completely ignored... somebody is going to need a guy who can alter shots every time he's in the paint.

Hell, that's what Haslem has been doing at Miami for years now; and even though he flies under the radar, countless scoring stars have said he's their most difficult defender.

Looks like Prather accepted an invitation to the Hawks summer league; hope he can play with Horford. And Wilbekin has offers from both Philly and Memphis, but hasn't picked yet.
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