No takers while I was on my run? Very well, I'll get things started.
OJ "I get buckets" Mayo
Extremely solid team all around. Any team led by Duncan will be a good one, and you've done a good job amassing talent around him. Teague is a very underrated PG who has stayed out of the spotlight because he's in Atlanta. Mayo had a stellar season last year in Dallas, shooting .407 from three. He was our second choice after Jamal Crawford in the 5th. Air and I love Butler, and we think his potential is right on par with Kawhi's. And David West is just solid in every sense of the word.
Bottom line: Sneaky good team, good job.
PF: Amir Johnson
6th man: Toby Harris
The Wall-Noah core is up there with the best PG-C cores. I think Wall is due to explode this season, and you'll benefit from that. You know we wanted Noah, but KG's an okay backup, I suppose. Thompson is a great fit alongside Wall: they cover each other's weaknesses quite well. I'm not as enamored with Amir Johnson as some. I don't think he can be a starter on a contender, although I'll admit he's one tough dude who can do the dirty work. Toby's a better fit as a 6th man, I'd keep him there.
Bottom line: May not contend this year, but the near future is bright.
Bench: Anderson Varejao, Kyle Lowry
I love me some Damian Lillard, I'll tell you that much. Getting a Blazers jersey of his if he signs an extension in a few years. I wish you had focused more on the wings after you hit the reset button with Lillard and Monroe; I think Monroe can hold his own at C. That said, following our recent trade you are able to fill out that last wing spot and then the starting lineup should be looking good. You're getting plenty of flak for Bogut and Varejao's injury records, but if they can stay healthy you are definitely a playoff team.
Bottom line: Can you select a team of physicians with your 6.19?
Sixth Man: J.R. Smith
For your sake, I'll avoid discussing the LMA trade. Ignoring that, this is a strong defensive team but still one I don't see advancing past the second round of the playoffs. You have a nice bump in scoring in JR Smith, but he plays at the position where one of your best offensive starters already plays in Green. People seem to like the Marion pick; I don't see him as a SF anymore, but that's just me. I like David Lee. I really do. I had him in the pick 2 and made him fairly untouchable. But he's not enough to be the best player on a contender. I had Westbrook next to him in the pick 2.
Bottom line: Should be a deep team when all is said and done, but not expecting many playoff waves.
Okay, I've been hesitant to ask people what they think of my team all draft because I wanted to finish my roster before I do that. But I changed my mind.
PG: Goran Dragic
SG: James Harden
SF: Nic Batum
PF: Al Jefferson
C: Marcin Gortat
Each of this team's individual parts is great and are above-average options on a playoff team. Dragic and Batum are both extremely underrated. Harden's a franchise player. Jefferson is one of the best scoring big men in the league. Gortat's good all around. But as you know, the Jefferson-Gortat fit isn't great. Once you remedy that, I don't think anyone can say this isn't a title contender.
Bottom line: Make a Jefferson or Gortat trade.
PG: Steve Nash
SG: Gordon Hayward
SF: Chandler Parsons
PF: Josh Smith
C: Chris Bosh
As the proud owner of Josh Smith in the DKC, I know how much crap you can get for having him on your team. You, however, found a great C to put alongside him in Bosh, since Bosh can spread the floor very well. So no problems for me at the 4/5. Parsons is a great third option on a playoff team, and that's exactly what he is here. So no problems at the 3. Hayward and Nash is where I pause. I know they both have some great qualities, and I don't deny them, but it's a very weak defensive back court, especially Nash. That's my only problem, really.
Bottom line: Man that's one white 1-3.