NBA Draft Big Board 2019: R.J. Barrett tops way-too-early prospect rankings

The 2018 NBA Draft is in the rearview mirror, and it’s time Todd Bertuzzi Youth Jersey to push full-speed ahead toward the 2019 class. Following a draft stacked with big men at the top, it should be refreshing for front offices to see a number of wings littering the list of prospects with first-round grades given the way the league is Erik Gudbranson Jersey heading.
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As of now, the 2019 class looks a bit disappointing with most of the top prospects facing some combination of concerns about their long-term upside, approach to the game or actual skill set. No player has set himself apart as a standout top prospect.

Obviously a full season of college and international basketball could have evaluators singing a different tune this time next year. For now, though, these are the top 30 prospects eligible for the 2019 NBA Draft.

Add in the fact that a better point guard prospect in Shai Gilgeous-Alexander reportedly made it clear he didn’t want to play for the franchise, and it’s obvious Thursday wasn’t the best night for Cleveland.

That was a wild one, he said. High adrenalin, and it was fun.

He completed his big night with a two-run shot in the ninth off Jackson Stephens for his third career multi-homer game.

Milwaukee has homered in each of its last 17 games at Great American Ball Park, hitting a total of 38. It’s the longest such streak by an opponent at GABP. Milwaukee has homered in each of its last five games overall, matching its longest streak of the season.

Lorenzen has four homers in his last 23 plate appearances since 2016. He also homered on June 24 against the Cubs.

Milwaukee’s Jesus Aguilar singled twice but ended his streak of three straight games with a homer. He was trying to become the first Brewer to connect in four straight since Eric Thames did it last June. In his last 13 games, Aguilar is batting .432 with three doubles, eight homers and 17 RBI.