|12-27-2007, 03:49 PM||#1 (permalink)|
convinced that Raptors fans are only happy when they're unhappy.
Join Date: Dec 2007
NBA's Next Wave of Stars
Agree or disagree guys?
I think they forgot one big future star in Durant. That kid is absolutely sick.
|12-27-2007, 08:41 PM||#2 (permalink)|
praying Drummond doesnt haunt us forever.
Join Date: Dec 2007
I like the list, I guess they arent including name guys like cp3 and Deron and Durant because they're already stars in a lot of peoples eyes already.
Louis Williams is SICK good. He's like Monta Ellis with more range, and Ellis should be on that list too.
Gotta love how Rondos playing lately as well, avging 15 over the last 6+ games shooting 58%. His game is a lot like TP's in that hes impossible to stop from the top of the key once he starts his dribble in.
The rest are pretty obvious, but I dont think Law will be a star(role player), and Williams and Horford wont be more than 3rd options on good teams IMO.
|12-27-2007, 11:44 PM||#3 (permalink)|
is pounding the rock! (Edit)
isnt a franchise player and wont play much better then he is right noww..
-louis williams in my opinion wont be any better then a backup PG
-rajon rondo is crap and shoots a high fg cuz he always gets open thx to the big 3
- bynum : i see him avgs 18 pts 12 boards 2.5 bpg... awesome player
- Oden: extremely high-potential... who knows how good he will bee
|12-28-2007, 12:06 AM||#4 (permalink)|
never too old.
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Marvin Williams is down right gooood!
he'll be a big name in a few years... young, athletic, good shooter.... give two more seasons under his belt and he'll be the best player on the hawks... and a premier swing man in the east.
Louis williams is a backup for life... i see him as a speedy claxton type.
he'll do good things as a secondary PG, but when he gets the chance to prove himself as a bonafide starter, he'll be mediocre at best.
Jefferson is actually disappointing me this season... i expected HUGE things this year, and while he's put together some good numbers, he's somewhat invisible during stretches of a game... and this on the worst team in the league... he has to own that paint and go out and get his team some wins. he just doesnt have that star quality or dominance to win the game. just like last year on the Celts, he'll put up decent number on a shit team.
Rondo should pray every night and thank god he gets to play with the big three.
if it wasnt for them, he'd be shooting like shit and no one would know his name.
i will give him credit though, he's played very well in his role and is improving by leaps and bounds... he may actually be a good player in the long run.
bynum will be a premiere Center in a few years... give him time and practice and kobe will regret every word he said about him... if he hasnt already.
one of the main reasons for their 18-10 start is the play in the middle.
Bynum has put up great numbers in the points, rebs, and especially blocks category... and these numbers will get better every year.
when the older PF's/centers in the west start regressing and retiring, Bynum will take over and be the dominant big man in that conference.
i wont say a word about Oden until i see him in an actual NBA game... ive seen him in college, but need to see him battle real men before i can critique him... funny thing is, he looks like he's older than most of the men in this league... his mug is downright scary... but the most interesting thing about the kid is his attitude, this kid will be HUGE because he'll work his ass off... he has his head firmly planted on his shoulders... portland should be proud.
that list needs Roy.
that kid is just plain good.
i dont know how he isnt on there.... he'll be an allstar very soon and never look back.
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