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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

    88 47.31%
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdm692 View Post
    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.
    Why not reply to my post? Can you not back up your Blake only being good because of CP3 argument?

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    Over or under 3 years before Blake becomes the most hated player in the NBA? I honestly think he's bordering being that already I mean some of the **** I see being said about Blake is astonomical. It reminds me of the same crap we heard about Bron for years. SMFH.

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    Harden. Blake is more of a showcase at the moment. But he should get better

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    Blake. Big man with more potential. Plus he is more marketable than Harden from a business standpoint.

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    Harden ALL day

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    I choose Harden. Griffin just hasn't made the progress on the offensive end I expected for him to make.

    But, if I was an owner who worried more about making money, I'd choose Griffin because all of us fans like to see some dunks...

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    I take Harden just because I love his style. He is everything and more that I prayed Kevin Martin would be.

    His worst game ( I know its just 3 but I don't see it getting much worse than that.) Would be a good night for most people. I don't see him completely disappearing in many if any games.

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    Harden. Griffin will struggle when Paul leaves for the Mavericks

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    Every GM in the country will take Blake Griffin...

    and I would do the same. This is a big man's game. Not a small man's game.
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    I HATE blake, i mean HATE, and i love harden. You have to go with blake here. I voted Griffen.

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    Definitely Harden, not even close for me

    Blake is too one dimensional. Harden can create his own shot and shots for others. A superstar wing player who can do that is more valuable than an athletic big who's game isn't gonna grow much more and relies on others to create opportunities for him

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    Plus he is more marketable than Harden from a business standpoint.
    How so?
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    Harden easily. Blake is great, but Harden is better.

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    Harden. Even though I am a clipper fan. Harden's game will age well like Billups.

    Things could change and anything's possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino17 View Post
    Definitely Harden, not even close for me

    Blake is too one dimensional. Harden can create his own shot and shots for others. A superstar wing player who can do that is more valuable than an athletic big who's game isn't gonna grow much more and relies on others to create opportunities for him



    How so?
    Blake is better defensively than Harden. A wing is suppose to be able to create their own shot better than a PF and Blake is better than most league PFs at creating his own shot so I don't get that reasoning. As far as passing goes you can't find much if any big men that are better than Blake.

    How can you say Blake's game isn't going to grow much? He has become less reliant on others to create for him and his shown an improvement in not only his post game but his mid range game. You must be mistaking Blake for someone else.

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    Blake was good his Rookie year without CP3 just saying , and he's better now Than then . Yes with CP3 Blake would be better but to say he wouldn't be good is far fetched since we have seen him play a whole season without him .

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