We'll see Friday, I hope the Sixers win so my Rockets can get closer to that 5th spot
If curry had been healthy to the point where he could improve his game, he would have been top 5 point guard in the NBA probi a while ago
Curry of course... but I still like Jrue
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What's funny is that I wanted Jrue so bad in that draft. I really liked him coming out of UCLA and it looks like he's finally put it together this year. With that said, I love Steph but I cannot answer without bias.
Well I guess the answer under me makes me feel better about wanting to choose Steph lol.
Last edited by ESaady; 12-27-2012 at 05:00 AM.
As a Sixers fan, Steph.
He woulda been ****ed in Washington...
Update: Turns out he was ****ed in Kansas City too
Flyers PSD Hall of Fame Class of 2009
Phillies PSD Hall of Fame Class of 2010
Pretty obvious here.
love Steph was a big fan of him a Davidson and I actually didnt like the Holiday pick at the time for the Sixers but you cant go wrong with either right now. I dont get to see Curry much but I have to go with Holiday bcuz he is the better defender of the two and they seem to be about equal on offense
Offensively Curry is on another level with his efficient scoring.'
Jrue better on defense of course.
This is only a legitimate question because Curry has injury issues, otherwise all things being equal its easily Curry.
looking more at this year. Curry wasnt blokced by multiple players coming into the league like Holiday was. Its his tema here now and he is having an all-star season on both ends. Offesnsive numbers ar epretty similar this year with Curry scoring a little more and Holiday distributing more. I'm not even trying to argue whose better bcuz you make a strong case for either, I'm just giving the edge to Jrue since hes on my team and better on D.
Curry for me.. please
Jrue if he can keep what he is doing up for the whole season. That being said Curry isn't a PG so id really like to see him play SG before making a difinitive choice