Kevin Durant

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  1. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    There will be no next MJ.
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  2. Crash Override

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    They don't need Oden? They need a dominating center and Oden is a great defender as well. :chair:

    Who is Al Jefferson? lmao
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  3. texdude2006

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    durant can even play the point...watching him in person this season was a real pleasure
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  4. Gunny

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    He won't amount to anything if he doesn't beef up.

    Oden looks like he will retire in 3 years, the dude can't be in his teens.
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  6. ONUV

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    i'd take Oden over Durant because an Oden type doesn't come along very often. Durant is more of the typical NBA body. Durant is the best Freshman of all time probably.
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  7. BigRed3

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    http://www.nba.com/playerfile/al_jefferson/index.html?nav=page

    That would be Al Jefferson. Pretty darn good player, and only 22 years old. The Celtics may have a lot of guards and forwards, but besides Gerald Green and Paul Pierce, are any of them any good? No. So instead of taking a center who is still developing offensively, why not take one of the best pure offensive players the NCAA has ever seen? Like it's been said before, Durant can play anywhere from 1-4. The Celtics have their center in Al Jefferson. Just because you don't know about him, doesn't make him a bad player.
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