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  1. #136
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2-ONE-5 View Post
    he is at 15/7/4 right now. 18ppg is certainly not out of the question espcially if Bynum is not a part of the team. if u dont see ET as an 18ppg scorer u must think this is his ceiling offensively then right?
    No i should rephrase that i dont see him as a 18 ppg scorer on a Good team.
    and no we are not a good team ironically enough UNTIL Bynum is back.
    That wont lead to Turners scoring improving. it will however lead to him getting his points more efficiently i see Turner peaking around 14 6.5 and 4 in a full season on a good team you might get 18 7 and 5 on a poor one some day but that doesn't make him any better of a scorer than the first senairo. Turners claim to fame needs to be his D he is much closer to an iggy than a Brandon Roy lets not forget Iggy had one 20 PPG season i wouldn't exactly call him a scorer would u? so yes numbers wise he is at the ceiling of what he may be numbers wise on a good team but as a player offensively he can improve in alot of ways. people need to remmber numbers dont define impact and iggy has the impact of a borderline allstar turner does not.


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    Iguodala has been overrated for a loooong time. He really, really isn't that good, even at the things he's supposed to be good at. I would much rather have tony allen. Low maintenance. I don't see how he's made Denver a better team. I would have never given up affalo for him.
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    Once our schedule toughens up, and Denver's starts to get easier, I'm not so sure your analysis will hold up quite as well. We might not even be a playoff team without Iguodala, despite the improvements of ET/Jrue. If Iggy were added to what we currently have, our w/l record would definitely be better this season. We are terrible defending the SF position. But that is not the only aspect where he would help us....just the most obvious one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MylesKong View Post
    Iguodala has been overrated for a loooong time. He really, really isn't that good, even at the things he's supposed to be good at. I would much rather have tony allen. Low maintenance. I don't see how he's made Denver a better team. I would have never given up affalo for him.
    living in the moment much?


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