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View Poll Results: 2009 Draft: James Harden or Blake Griffin

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  • James Harden

    98 52.69%
  • Blake Griffin

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    Griffin for sure.

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    Harden. Blake will end up like STAT
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdm692 View Post
    Harden it's not even close. Harden can thrive without Westbrook and KD. Blake can't without CP3.
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    This.
    How in the name of the precious virgin Mary can someone say this **** and be serious. Blake Griffin was the first rookie PF in the history of the NBA to average 22, 12 and 3 WITHOUT Chris Paul what utter garbage is this I'm reading.

    If you didn't know Chris Paul was BETTER last season when Blake was on the floor. This is like saying Kevin Love is only good because of Rubio. Idiotic.

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    Harden because Detroit's perimeter scoring is pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdm692 View Post
    Harden it's not even close. Harden can thrive without Westbrook and KD. Blake can't without CP3.
    not saying harden cant but its only 3 games in for him so still early to tell if he can thrive as the main man. as for your last statement, blake was beastly in his rookie year WITHOUT CP3
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    James Harden for me

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    James Harden

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    Harden, he will be a better player for a longer period of time...he doesn't rely on his athleticism although he uses it, he can spot up and shoot 3's...so take away Hardens athletic ability and he can still hurt you...take away Griffins and you have an average big man at best.

    This isn't because Harden is on the Rockets, I've always though Griffin was overhyped and relies on only his athleticism to succeed, down the road he won't be able to rely on that and he just becomes a power forward with limited skill set... Just my opinion though.
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    Blake Griffin.

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    Lol How is anyone taking Blake? You cant even have the guy on the floor to close out games cause he can't defend or hit a free throw

    Harden for me all day everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swashcuff View Post
    How in the name of the precious virgin Mary can someone say this **** and be serious. Blake Griffin was the first rookie PF in the history of the NBA to average 22, 12 and 3 WITHOUT Chris Paul what utter garbage is this I'm reading.

    If you didn't know Chris Paul was BETTER last season when Blake was on the floor. This is like saying Kevin Love is only good because of Rubio. Idiotic.
    Absolutely not at all. Blakes a pick and roll PF, Love is not. There games are nothing alike. You can give the ball to Love anywhere and he can score. Griffin gets most his points from alley oops or pick and roll with a point guard.
    Sorry but there is no comparison

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    We'll see. Its too early to tell if harden will be the stud he has been the first couple of games for the season. I'd take Blake, though now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonE Coleman View Post
    Absolutely not at all. Blakes a pick and roll PF, Love is not. There games are nothing alike. You can give the ball to Love anywhere and he can score. Griffin gets most his points from alley oops or pick and roll with a point guard.
    Sorry but there is no comparison
    Exactly Griffins game is solely dunks, layups and offensive fouls that don't get called. Rebounds is the same nothing but athletic ability as opposed to K-Love who is more about fundamentals and positioning.

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    Harden. His game is much more multidimensional and health isn't nearly as much of a concern. Blake is already having issues with his neck and elbow this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonE Coleman View Post
    Absolutely not at all. Blakes a pick and roll PF, Love is not. There games are nothing alike. You can give the ball to Love anywhere and he can score. Griffin gets most his points from alley oops or pick and roll with a point guard.Sorry but there is no comparison
    Please provide us with evidence to support this. Blake was assisted on 62.7% of his FG% the league average for PFs is 66.2% while Love was assisted on 58.0%. That's an amazing difference isn't it.

    Only someone who has no clue what they are talking about will say Blake will not thrive without CP3 or that he only gets his points off of alley oops or pick and rolls.

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