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Dr. J. Naismith 02-11-2008 04:33 PM

Devin Harris On Path To Be Top-Five Point Guard?
 
Would you guys agree or disagree with Cuban? :confused:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Star Ledger
The Dallas Mavericks believe Devin Harris' future is so bright that they are unwilling to part ways with him in order to land Jason Kidd, even if that means not keeping up with the Lakers and Suns, who both recently completed significant trades.

"He can be a top-five point guard," said owner Mark Cuban. "I don't think there's any question he has that potential. We track every number known to man, and he's tracking on that path right now."

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Belsius 02-11-2008 04:53 PM

I dont know, havent watched him play enough, but he looks pretty good, thats why I prefer I future all-star PgG, to a guy that is at the end of his career.

Acie 02-11-2008 05:42 PM

His shooting is greatly improved, awesome D, but I'm not sold on his decision making, although I can't say I've watched him enough to really say. I rarely watch Dallas since they let Nash walk away for nothing. What were they thinking?

Here's something to ponder though, he's the same age as TJ. For some reason I thought he was younger than that.

Ball Don't Lie 02-11-2008 10:44 PM

Hes more like Parker than he is Deron Paul or Nash. His pullup game is still lacking, as is his drive and kick game, but hes nearly impossible to stop going to the rim and he gets open shots because teams play off of him because of his speed(like Parker).

It's amazing watching Parker and Harris and then watching Monta Ellis who is both of them plus an amazing midrange shot. Imagine if any of them developed their PG skills and got near the top PG's with the vision and passing as well.

INSIDER 02-12-2008 04:27 PM

i would of laughed at this but i decided to look into his statline.
sure he plays on an uptempo team and is like the 4th option on the floor (therefore not receiving much pressure, and benifiting from his teamates getting doubled), but his stats are VERY impressive.
14/5 (shooting 50%) in his first full year as starting PG on a very good team - all in his 4th year playing in the NBA - is quite good.

then you have his speed, good footwork (especially on D) can attack the rim very well.
he may be one of the better PG's in the next few years.
i can see him putting up 19/9, three years down the road.
his only drawback is that he seems small on the court... but he makes up for it in intensity.

Ball Don't Lie 02-12-2008 10:52 PM

Rondo>Harris. Better at everything except MAYBE defence.


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