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Bright Side of the Sun Community Draft Board: Pick 7

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Justise Winslow is #6 on the BSOTS Community Draft Board after receiving 52% of the votes yesterday.

Winslow would crowd the small forward position even more, but his two-way potential is undeniable. Winslow also has a chance of playing shooting guard at the next level with his ability to shoot and defend. He's a great defender and his motor wins him so many battles on the floor. I think he is very elementary when it comes to creating his own offense, but that's not something he has to worry about right away. He has the tools to figure that out over time in the NBA.

We've arrived at a pretty fascinating spot on the draft board. Willie Cauley-Stein and Mario Hezonja are the two prospects left from the tier after the two big men in my opinion, but each have concerns in terms of a fit with the Suns.

Cauley-Stein is going to be a tremendous defender and could easily cover power forwards, but his fit offensively would highly rely upon Alex Len's progression from the midrange and high post. Hezonja could wind up being the best player in this draft, but the Suns don't seem like the right fit for a guy with major red flags regarding chemistry.

If you put much more stock into fit instead of value then there are definitely options further down the rankings.

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