Baron Davis - Surgery

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» Mon Feb 19, 2007 12:14 pm
migya wrote:Going by this season, Baron is definately the franchise player and has performed better than perhaps any player on the team for some seasons


I don't know about that. He's been a key player... but Monta has also been, and even Biedrins. Too close to tell, right now.
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» Mon Feb 19, 2007 9:03 pm
TMC wrote:
migya wrote:Going by this season, Baron is definately the franchise player and has performed better than perhaps any player on the team for some seasons


I don't know about that. He's been a key player... but Monta has also been, and even Biedrins. Too close to tell, right now.



Noone has been as big as Baron! He has scored a ton of points when he's had to, got a ton of assists and hit some pretty big shots as well. His stats are not the only thing that shows how great he has been

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» Mon Feb 19, 2007 9:08 pm
migya wrote:Going by this season, Baron is definately the franchise player and has performed better than perhaps any player on the team for some seasons


For me personally, I wont consider Baron the franchise player until he resigns/extends his contranct. Until that day, J-Rich is the franchise for me.
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» Tue Feb 20, 2007 3:51 am
luckyace wrote:
migya wrote:Going by this season, Baron is definately the franchise player and has performed better than perhaps any player on the team for some seasons


For me personally, I wont consider Baron the franchise player until he resigns/extends his contranct. Until that day, J-Rich is the franchise for me.


I won't consider Baron the franchise player until he proves he can carry the team for a full season without injuries (at least, 70 games). Until then, he cannot be a franchise player, no matter how well he plays or how much he earns.

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» Wed Feb 21, 2007 5:00 am
Baron rehab update...
Briefly: Davis is rehabbing in Los Angeles following last week's arthroscopic knee surgery, and though a team spokesperson said he did not know when the point guard was expected back in Oakland, Davis is pointing toward returning next Tuesday when the Warriors open a five-game road trip at Milwaukee ...
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» Thu Feb 22, 2007 12:51 am
O.G. Broe wrote:Baron rehab update...
Briefly: Davis is rehabbing in Los Angeles following last week's arthroscopic knee surgery, and though a team spokesperson said he did not know when the point guard was expected back in Oakland, Davis is pointing toward returning next Tuesday when the Warriors open a five-game road trip at Milwaukee ...


That's what I like to hear. He shouldn't miss a beat. Let's all pray for 25 games of healthy basketball

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» Thu Feb 22, 2007 1:48 am
David Wood wrote:That's what I like to hear. He shouldn't miss a beat. Let's all pray for 25 games of healthy basketball


I'll take 20! But what about the post-season?

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