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    Quote Originally Posted by iFYouSeekAmy View Post
    His antics on the bench- whether the players knock down a three, someone dunks the ball, or a fast break layup, i don't know but the **** he does on the bench is all entertaining. lol
    Lol exactly... the dude reminds me sort of what Anthony Dixon was for the 49ers the last few years. Just a guy who riles everyone up and full of energy even though he sucks. But at least Bazemore is a rookie and has room for improvement lol.
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    ^awww c'mon now, dixon isn't that bad. he's definitely taken strides this year.

    I do see your point however lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESaady View Post
    ^awww c'mon now, dixon isn't that bad. he's definitely taken strides this year.

    I do see your point however lol
    Naw, I agree... this year he has been a pleasant surprise when called upon. But before this year I honestly loathed his play on the field lol.
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    I like baze I think he's gonna b a stud, maybe not all star material but he's def gonna b a strong role player for us n a year or 2. Barnes struggling I'm not worried about cuz klay struggled, and curry struggled he's a rookie and he works very hard to b great. His work ethic and attitude are what u want from a developing rookie. He needs to learn to b more aggressive. We see it time after time but not consistantly, I think if we did this thread wouldn't b necessary.


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    I also think he lets it get to him he plays solid defense but when he struggles it seems to affect the rest of his game. When I see stats like he played 15-17 minutes and shot 5-7 times I think that hurts him also cuz he's trying to get outta a slump and he's scared to make a mistake cuz this team is so deep. But I think he'll b fine and next year a very solid starting SF and 3-4 years a all star type player


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    Klay and Curry didn't struggle like Barnes is struggling.

    Barnes has been playing soft right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmac8675 View Post
    Naw, I agree... this year he has been a pleasant surprise when called upon. But before this year I honestly loathed his play on the field lol.
    yeah, def wasn't a fan of him running the ball. love his tenacity on special teams and on the sideline though. now he runs with power though, it's nice to see.

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    But back on track. Klay definitely had struggles like this as a rookie, there were times he couldn't find the bottom of the net, the difference is that Klay is a shooter and for shooters to get out of slumps they keep shooting. Barnes isn't a pure shooter like Klay so he starts thinking off too much **** and messes up. I believe in Barnes though.

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    I believe in Barnes.

    And I thought he was a pure midrange shooter. I mean there were comparrisons to Glen Big Dog, and Rudy Gay.

    And I've seen his stroke, I know he can shoot.

    He's just playing an overall soft game right now on offense except for a few plays and the jam on Pecovic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    I believe in Barnes.

    And I thought he was a pure midrange shooter. I mean there were comparrisons to Glen Big Dog, and Rudy Gay.

    And I've seen his stroke, I know he can shoot.

    He's just playing an overall soft game right now on offense except for a few plays and the jam on Pecovic.
    hes gaining expierience playing in a lot of meaningful minutes on a team with a lot of good players playing at a very high level. He isnt in a situation where he is going to be the go to guy on his team. He needs to figure out how to be a productive role player on a competitive team.

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    The experience of playing and starting on a compeitive and winning team is absolutely invaluable

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    Draymonds game against the Bobcats was great last night

    Dude can be a starting 3 or even a 4 in the league if he develops more of his midrange game and displays those post moved from last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    Draymonds game against the Bobcats was great last night

    Dude can be a starting 3 or even a 4 in the league if he develops more of his midrange game and displays those post moved from last night.
    I like the toughness he brings in with the second unit. Hes such a heady player... he really has the type of game that any team in the league would want on their roster. Hes going to be a good rotation player for the next 10-12 yrs.

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