Episode 26: 2018 NBA Draft Preview

Posted: 8:00 AM, 6/21/18

Get ready for NBA Draft day with host Luke Winstel's breakdown and preview discussing the what the Atlanta Hawks should do with the #3 overall selection. Winstel discusses his top six prospects who may be available at #3 overall including Luka Doncic, Jaren Jackson Jr., Trae Young. He breaks down their strengths and weaknesses, tells how they would fit in Atlanta, and more on the latest edition of the show!

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2018 NBA Draft Top Five Pick Projections

By: Hinton Weston

Posted 6/21/18 8:00 AM

The NBA Draft has always been quite unpredictable and as we approach this year’s draft, there are quite a number of question marks surrounding the top 5 picks. Allow me to clear the air on what will happen this Thursday at 7 pm ET. Deandre Ayton will most definitely go #1 overall to the Phoenix Suns. Adding Ayton to the young core of Devin Booker and Josh Jackson would be the final piece to redirect Phoenix’s stagnant rebuild onto the right path. Along with being 7’1 and around 250 pounds, Ayton is a freakish athlete with tremendous upside. Although he averaged 20.1 PPG and 11.6 RPG, many have pointed out he never really unlocked much of his potential which means he might be a work and progress to start out. While this is true, he should easily start Day 1 and be a potential All-Star after two years in the league. With the #2 overall pick, the Sacramento Kings will pick Luka Doncic, the 19 year old EuroLeague MVP. The skill set that Doncic brings to the table is arguably the best in the draft and if Phoenix did not already have Devin Booker, Doncic would’ve been the easy prediction. He brings all the scoring abilities Gordon Hayward possesses along with better court vision. He’s the most ideal player for Sacramento to start a rebuild around. Moving to the #3 pick, the Atlanta Hawks will go with the popular choice in Trae Young. The 6’2 point guard shares all the likenesses of a Steph Curry offensively as he lead the NCAA in points and assists per game, but not much so defensively. According to sources, he has worked on his body since declaring for the draft and gained around 11 pounds of muscle as a result and this may in turn lead to more physical defense. Lloyd Pierce, the new head coach in Atlanta, has expressed great interest in the young prospect taking Young’s workout into his own hands and even giving him some looks defensively. The Hawks would never draft Young this high, but from the sound of it, they might not hesitate to trade down and draft him. He would bring many fans to the games and might even attract the likes of big-time superstars. The Memphis Grizzlies will draft Michael Porter Jr. at #4 because it is the best pick for them as they need more depth at the forward positions. He has the height of some NBA bigs, but he would need a few years to grow in the weight room as he is only 215 pounds right now. His strengths consist of Scoring Versatility, Instincts, and All Around Potential. He would be a great addition to Memphis’ almost non-existent frontcourt. He has a long ways to go but Grizzlies fans could be looking at the next Paul George. With the fifth pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, the Dallas Mavericks will draft Michigan State’s Center Jaren Jackson Jr. who will fulfill their long-term needs at the 4 spot. He is a 3-and-D Big who plays with a lot of toughness defensively and has the potential to evolve into a Serge Ibaka or LaMarcus Aldridge type. He was the Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year and has all the physical tools to be a 1st team All-NBA Defensive player given time and polish. His offensive game is limited right now, but as he has improved his shot mechanics there is no reason why he could not improve his footwork and spacing ability. Jackson stands at 6’11 with a 7’5 wingspan and has elite shot-blocking ability as he averaged 3 BPG last season. His only apparent weaknesses are his decision making skills. His turnover totals almost doubled his assist totals last season, but that’s not as much of a concern especially since he is a forward. Dallas will have to develop him but he has many of the tools already there so it may only be a matter of time. There are a few players who could sneak into this top 5 as the draft approaches and teams start to propose trades to move up and down, but as of right now this is the best prediction of the top 5 picks.

Who Will the Atlanta Hawks Pick at #3 Overall?

By Matthew Adams

The Atlanta Hawks have the 3rd, 19th, 30th, and 34th picks in the upcoming 2018 NBA draft. With all of those picks, Atlanta has a multitude of options in this year’s draft. Assuming that DeAndre Ayton and Luka Doncic are the first two players drafted, the Hawks should snag a big man with their top pick. There will be solid options available at #3 overall with Marvin Bagley, Mo Bamba, and Jaren Jackson Jr. likely to fall outside the top two selections.

 

I feel like the Hawks should take a big man not only because they desperately need one, but also because fantastic ones like the three listed above tend to be few and far between. I really feel that Mo Bamba, a 20-year-old with a 7'10 wingspan, is the best fit for Atlanta considering they could greatly benefit from having a traditional center. Bagley and Jackson Jr. played the power forward position in college, and I think it will be harder for them to transition to playing center in today's NBA. After their first pick, I think that it would be in the Hawks' best interests to trade up to gain another top 10 pick to select Trae Young, a guard out of Oklahoma who averaged 27.4 points per game and 8.7 assists per game in his freshman year. I would suggest a trade packaging the Hawks other first round picks and a player such as Kent Bazemore or Dennis Schroder. If they are not able to pull off a trade then another player I like who may be available later in the draft is two-time national champion Donte DiVincenzo out of Villanova. Players like Young and DiVincenzo are appealing to me because they are similar in some ways to Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors. With Hawks GM Travis Schlenk being a former assistant GM with the Warriors, he may be looking to build a similar type of roster.

 

The 2018 NBA draft will be a crucial point on the timeline of the Atlanta Hawks rebuild. Atlanta will have a chance to add talent to a depleted roster and find the elusive superstar they have been chasing for years. The moves they make on June 21st will decide the course of the franchise for years to come, and the 2018 NBA draft will be one of the most important drafts in the franchise's history.

 

Four Reasons Braves First Baseman Freddie Freeman is the 2018 NL MVP

By Luke Winstel

In 2018, the Atlanta Braves have enjoyed the most success since the last time the franchise reached the playoffs five years ago. Young stars like power-hitting second baseman Ozzie Albies, former #1 overall pick Dansby Swanson, and top prospect Ronald Acuna have received most of the attention while superstar and franchise cornerstone Freddie Freeman has continued to dominate MLB pitchers offensively through the first 67 games of the regular season. Here are four reasons why Freeman is the NL MVP right now and will be a serious candidate for the award at the season's end:

1. He has hit five home runs in his last seven games played. He has hit safely in 23 of his past 24 games and has a batting average of .385 during that span.

2. The California native is not just a great offensive player, he gets it done as a defender as well (.993 fielding percentage and 2.2 UZR). 

3. The lefty is on the NL leaderboard in almost every statistical category. He leads the NL in batting average (.344), on-base percentage (.435), slugging percentage (.590), OPS (1.025), hits (88), total bases (154), and intentional walks (8). He is second in RBI, doubles, and extra-base hits. Freeman has also hit the fourth most home runs in the NL (14) and places 6th in the league in runs and walks.

4. 67 games into the season, Freeman has a WAR* (Wins above replacement) of 3.6. The ninth-year veteran is on pace for a WAR around 8.7, which on the single-season scale is in the "MVP range."

Additionally, the former 2007 second-round draft pick is not just a great player but is also a phenomenal veteran leader on a young Braves squad. He is one of the best hitters in the major leagues and a serious candidate for the 2018 NL MVP as a 28-year-old in the midst of his prime.

 

Note: All stats used in this article are as of June 13, 2018.

*WAR is defined by baseball-reference.com as "A single number that presents the number of wins the player added to the team above what a replacement player (think AAA or AAAA) would add. The scale for a single season: 8+ MVP Quality, 2+ Starter, 0-2 Reserve, < 0 replacement level."

Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 25: 2018 Falcons Second Round Pick Isaiah Oliver Breakdown and Pick Analysis

Please check out Episode #25 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for a complete breakdown of the Falcons second-round pick, Isaiah Oliver. In this episode, host Luke Winstel discusses Oliver's game, where he fits in Atlanta, grades the pick, and more on the latest edition of his show!

 

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 24: 2018 Falcons First Round Pick Riley Ridley Breakdown and Pick Analysis

Check out Episode #24 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for a complete breakdown of the Falcons first round pick, Calvin Ridley. In this episode, host Luke Winstel discusses Calvin Ridley's game, where he fits in Atlanta, grades the pick, and more on the latest edition of his show!

 

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 23: Talking Atlanta Hawks Trade Deadline, Future, and the 2018 NBA Draft

Check out Episode #23 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for an update on the Atlanta Hawks 2017-18 season. In this episode, host Luke Winstel talks about the Hawks lack of major moves at the trade deadline, breaks down the recent play of John Collins and Taurean Prince, looks ahead to the 2018 NBA draft, and more on the latest edition of his show!

 

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 22: Falcons vs. Eagles Second Round Playoff game Recap, Analysis, and Looking Forward to the Off-season

Check out Episode #22 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for a recap of the Atlanta Falcons game against the Philadelphia Eagles on January 13, 2018. In this episode, host Luke Winstel gives a summary of the game, his breakdown and analysis, looks ahead to the offseason, and more on the latest edition of his show!

 

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 21: Falcons vs. Eagles Second Round Playoff game preview

Check out Episode #21 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for a preview of the Atlanta Falcons game against the Philadelphia Eagles on January 13, 2018. In this episode, host Luke Winstel gives a prediction, discusses the key matchups, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 20: Falcons vs. Rams First Round Playoff Game Recap and Analysis

Check out Episode #20 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Falcons game against the LA Rams on January 6, 2018. In this episode, Winstel gives a scoring recap, discusses the top performers, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 19: Talking Hawks Defense and SG/SF Kent Bazemore

Check out Episode #19 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Hawks defense and starting SG/SF Kent Bazemore. In this episode, Winstel breaks down the first three months of Bazemore's season, discusses the Hawks defense, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Hosted, edited, and produced by St. Pius X high school Junior Luke Winstel. 

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Episode 18: How Have the Hawks Off-Season Acquisitions Fared Thus Far?

Check out Episode #18 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Hawks and their 2017 off-season acquisitions. In this episode, Winstel analyzes the performances of veteran players such as Dewayne Dedmon, Ersan Ilyasova, Marco Belinelli, Miles Plumlee, and Mike Muscala over the first three months of the 2017-18 season, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Hosted, edited, and produced by St. Pius X high school Junior Luke Winstel. 

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Episode 17: Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series Part 4: DeAndre’ Bembry

Check out Episode #17 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Hawks and 2016 first round pick, DeAndre' Bembry. This episode is the fourth and final of the "Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series," where host Luke Winstel highlights young players the Hawks are centering their rebuild around. In this episode, Winstel discusses the small forward's 2017 season and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 16: Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series Part 3: Dennis Schroder

Check out Episode #16 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Hawks and star point guard, Dennis Schroder. This episode is the second of the "Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series," where host Luke Winstel highlights young players the Hawks are centering their rebuild around. In this episode, Winstel discusses Schroder's 2017 season and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 15: Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers 12.31.17 Game Recap and Analysis

Check out Episode #15 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Falcons game on December 31, 2017, against the Carolina Panthers. Host Luke Winstel discusses Deion Jones and the stingy Falcons defense, Matt Bryant and the special teams unit, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 14: Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series Part 2: John Collins

Check out Episode #14 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Hawks and star post, John Collins. This episode is the second of the "Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series," where host Luke Winstel highlights young players the Hawks are centering their rebuild around. In this episode, Winstel discusses Collins' 2017 season and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 13: Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series Part 1: Taurean Prince

Check out Episode #13 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Hawks and star small forward Taurean Prince. This episode is the first of the "Atlanta Hawks Building Blocks Series," where host Luke Winstel highlights young players the Hawks are centering their rebuild around. In this episode, Winstel discusses Prince's 2017 season and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 12: Breaking down the 2017 Atlanta Falcons Defense

Check out Episode #12 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the 2017 Atlanta Falcons defense. Host Luke Winstel discusses new additions Takkarist McKinley and Dontari Poe, Deion Jones' phenomenal year, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 11: Talking Atlanta Falcons Star WR Julio Jones

Check out Episode #11 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about Julio Jones. Host Luke Winstel discusses Jones' season, where he ranks on the franchise leaderboards, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 10: Atlanta Falcons Offense and Matt Ryan’s 2017 Season

Check out Episode #10 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Falcons offense in 2017. Host Luke Winstel discusses Matt Ryan's season, the offensive line, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 9: Falcons Playoff Scenarios and Preview

Check out Episode #9 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Falcons and their potential future in the 2017 NFL Playoffs. Host Luke Winstel discusses the potential playoff matchups, the poll on the Birds and Braves Podcast twitter account that asked Falcons fans who they wanted to see their team square off against in the first round, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 8: Game 16 Falcons vs. Panthers Preview

Check out Episode #8 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and the Carolina Panthers this Sunday at 4:25. Host Luke Winstel discusses the Panthers game vs. Tampa Bay last week, talks about key matchups to watch on Sunday, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 7: Atlanta Falcons 2017 Playoff Push

 Check out Episode #7 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Atlanta Falcons as they are set to begin their 2017 playoff run. Host Luke Winstel gives his take on the Falcons vs. Saints game last Sunday, discusses the top performers, and more on the latest edition of his show!

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Episode 6: Braves Sean Newcomb 2017 Player Review and Breakdown

Check out Episode #6 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about Braves rookie lefty, Sean Newcomb. Host Luke Winstel breaks down his 2017 season and what role the 24-year-old could play on the Braves teams of the future. Thanks for your support of the show!

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode #5: LHP Luiz Gohara player review 2017

Check out Episode #5 of the Birds and Braves Podcast for everything you need to know about the Braves newest LHP, Luiz Gohara. Host Luke Winstel breaks down Gohara's 2017 season and what role the 21-year-old could play on the Braves teams of the future. Thanks for your support of the show!

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode #4: Atlanta Falcons Training Camp Update #1

Join the host of the Birds and Braves Podcast, Luke Winstel, as he discusses all of the current news swirling around the reigning NFC Champions, the Atlanta Falcons, at Flowery Branch. He discusses interesting topics such as the Falcons 2017 rookie class, position battles, defensive backs, and more! Thanks for supporting the Birds and Braves Podcast and please to follow the podcast on Twitter @BirdsBravesPod, Instagram @birdsandbravespodcast, and facebook @BirdsBraves Pod.

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Episode 3: Talking Braves Injury Updates, Bullpen of the Future, and Top Prospects

Join host Luke Winstel for the third episode of the Birds and Braves podcast, where he gives updates, interesting stats, and analysis for every injured notable Braves player. Also in episode three, Winstel talks about the Braves bullpen of the future and gives an update on Braves top prospect Kevin Maitan, who just made his pro debut. To cap off the show, he discusses whether Brandon Phillips should be traded and replaced with another top prospect, Ozzie Albies. Thanks for listening to the Birds and Braves Podcast!

 

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Birds and Braves Podcast Episode 2: Atlanta Hawks 2017 NBA Draft Class

Episode 2 of the Birds and Braves Podcast breaks down all three of the Atlanta Hawks 2017 NBA Draft selections. Host Luke Winstel discusses the strengths and weaknesses of each prospect the Hawks picked, finishes the show off with draft grades, and tells you everything you need to know in under 8 minutes. Thanks for tuning into the Birds and Braves podcast!

 

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Episode 1: The Atlanta Braves 2017 MLB Draft Class

Join Luke Winstel on the first episode of the Birds and Braves Podcast as he breaks down the Atlanta Braves haul in the 2017 MLB draft. In this episode, Winstel gives scouting reports on the Braves top two picks and tells you everything you need to know about this year's draft class in just seven minutes!

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