Which rookie proved himself most ready?

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» Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:30 pm
http://www.nba.com/summerleague2007/index.html


Which rookie proved himself most ready for the regular season?


Marco Belinelli, Warriors
34%
Aaron Brooks, Rockets
23%
Kevin Durant, Sonics
20%
Javaris Crittenton, Lakers
14%
Other
9%
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» Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:43 pm
dbdavis20 wrote:http://www.nba.com/summerleague2007/index.html


Which rookie proved himself most ready for the regular season?


Marco Belinelli, Warriors
34%
Aaron Brooks, Rockets
23%
Kevin Durant, Sonics
20%
Javaris Crittenton, Lakers
14%
Other
9%


I am glad that people are noticing him as opposed to voting for Oden because of his name. I cant wait to see him. :)
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» Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:02 pm
Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:
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» Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:05 pm
migya wrote:Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:


Or after this season. :wink:
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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 8:53 am
xbaywarrior wrote:
migya wrote:Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:


Or after this season. :wink:



Yea, that too but we do get a better idea of which rookies are adjusting better after the first month or two
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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:20 am
That poll is about as useful as a June 29th draft grade.
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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 1:29 pm
migya wrote:Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:

What would be the point?

Its an early prediction based on their play in summer league.

People are giving Belinelli props.

Whats so wrong with that?
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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:00 pm
32 wrote:
migya wrote:Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:

What would be the point?

Its an early prediction based on their play in summer league.

People are giving Belinelli props.

Whats so wrong with that?



There's plenty of scrubs that play well in the summer league. Point is that it is near meaningless and a player hasn't proven squat until he does it in the regular season
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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:31 pm
migya wrote:
32 wrote:
migya wrote:Ask this question after the first month or two of the season :wink:

What would be the point?

Its an early prediction based on their play in summer league.

People are giving Belinelli props.

Whats so wrong with that?



There's plenty of scrubs that play well in the summer league. Point is that it is near meaningless and a player hasn't proven squat until he does it in the regular season


But the fact that he CAN do it in the summerleague means that he has that possibility to do it in the regular season. I think that is what I am looking forward to the most. Knowing that they can do it.

If they cant dominate the summer league, there is no chance that they can dominate the regular season.

He absolutely dominated, and you have to admit that. I look at that and know that there is a chance he can do it this season.

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» Wed Jul 18, 2007 9:54 pm
After watching 2 games on NBA.com & 2 game's live in Vegas, 1 of which Marco played, I have absolutely no doubt he will be a contributing factor his first season & a success for years to come in the NBA.

B Ball IQ, Check
Handles, Check
Good Passer, Check
Hustle, Heart, Check Check
J & 3 Pt shot Check Check Check.

DNA of a Young Ginobili/Reggie Miller
:D
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» Thu Jul 19, 2007 9:26 am
He has looked promising at least and he has to contribute in real games. If he does, he'll be labelled a hero and nicknamed Italian Stallion or something
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» Thu Jul 19, 2007 11:55 am
O.G. Broe wrote:After watching 2 games on NBA.com & 2 game's live in Vegas, 1 of which Marco played, I have absolutely no doubt he will be a contributing factor his first season & a success for years to come in the NBA.

B Ball IQ, Check
Handles, Check
Good Passer, Check
Hustle, Heart, Check Check
J & 3 Pt shot Check Check Check.

DNA of a Young Ginobili/Reggie Miller
:D

Exactly, broe!

If people wanna hate on him before he even puts on a Warriors jersey, then hate, I guess. Just like on draft day. :wink:
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» Thu Jul 19, 2007 1:14 pm
migya wrote:He has looked promising at least and he has to contribute in real games. If he does, he'll be labelled a hero and nicknamed Italian Stallion or something


All Hail the Italian Stallion :D :D :D :wink:

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» Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:56 pm
Stupid Poll because there were no star players playing in the summer league, let alone defenders. So the people who score 18 or more subtract more than half because they weren't matched up with the best, which is the NBA. So you wont know until they play their first few games
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» Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:03 pm
monroe wrote:Stupid Poll because there were no star players playing in the summer league, let alone defenders. So the people who score 18 or more subtract more than half because they weren't matched up with the best, which is the NBA. So you wont know until they play their first few games



Exactly :wink:

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