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    Harrison Barnes is now in the Top 3 on rookie ladder

    http://www.nba.com/rookie-ladder/

    Overtook Anthony Davis.

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    anthony davis has missed too many games

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    if we make playoffs, barnes will win roy

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    I'm expecting Barnes' season averages to be around 14 ppg, 6 rpg, 2 apg. Great numbers for a rookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    I'm expecting Barnes' season averages to be around 14 ppg, 6 rpg, 2 apg. Great numbers for a rookie.
    those are good numbers, I think 14 ppg might be the floor though. I'm assuming his role will continue to increase and he will be more and more of a go to guy as the season goes on....shooting 48% from the floor this early on is a good sign....Its also nice to see him out their in crunch time making big shots this early. if he continues to be aggressive through the next month or so- expecting him to finish closer to 17-18 ppg might be more realistic.

    dont be surprised to see a lot of games with barnes scoring in the mid 20s during his rookie season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    those are good numbers, I think 14 ppg might be the floor though. I'm assuming his role will continue to increase and he will be more and more of a go to guy as the season goes on....shooting 48% from the floor this early on is a good sign....Its also nice to see him out their in crunch time making big shots this early. if he continues to be aggressive through the next month or so- expecting him to finish closer to 17-18 ppg might be more realistic.

    dont be surprised to see a lot of games with barnes scoring in the mid 20s during his rookie season.
    Unless he becomes the first option on offense, I doubt he averaged over 15.

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    but you gotta remember, Barnes stats weren't very consistent in college

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    Quote Originally Posted by Over Da Pence View Post
    but you gotta remember, Barnes stats weren't very consistent in college
    True. He could just be having a good run...it happens..

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    He was very passive in college, he was very passive in the beginning of the season. They said that was his one weakness, that he was very passive. He's clearly allot more aggressive now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    He was very passive in college, he was very passive in the beginning of the season. They said that was his one weakness, that he was very passive. He's clearly allot more aggressive now.
    Probably inspired by the thoughtless inane shooting of Klay Thompson. Klay has taught him that you can do what you want when u want

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    Yump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    Yump

    what?

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    Yump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monta is beast View Post
    Yump.

    I don't follow. Yump? Do you mean ''bump'' or ''yuup''

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    It's more of a yup, but more like yuump. pronounced yah-ump

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