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dsickich123
09-05-2010, 10:02 PM
Project the stats of these young players on the 2010-2011 nba season in order to show how much you think each will improve.

Derrick Rose
Stephen Curry
Russell Westbrook
Tyreke Evans
Darren Collison
Eric Gordon
James Harden
Jeff Green
Brandon Jennings
Johnny Flynn
Michael Beasley
Marc Gasol
OJ Mayo
and Kevin Durant

Hawkeye15
09-05-2010, 10:02 PM
where is Love?

YoungGunz1024
09-05-2010, 10:20 PM
DeMar DeRozan?

MiamiWadeCounty
09-05-2010, 10:26 PM
chalmers? i know hes not even close to as good as these guys, but in terms of improvement he is a guy to look at this season. im not saying he will improve, but if he does it could be huge

Venomous88
09-05-2010, 10:29 PM
chalmers? i know hes not even close to as good as these guys, but in terms of improvement he is a guy to look at this season. im not saying he will improve, but if he does it could be hugeI actually disagree as I think Anthony will be the person of focus when it comes to improvement. Due to the fact that Wade and James will be bringing the ball down the court for a majority of the time, all chalmers will need to focus on is how he will play off the ball, his defense and how well he shoots. However, as in terms of a facilitator and playmaker, Chalmers will actually have less stress on him than the previous seasons.

Korman12
09-05-2010, 10:34 PM
In terms of statistical improvement, I can see Harden increasing the most, if given the starting 2-spot in OKC. He's the only one of the players listed who wasn't too statistically great last season (not saying all of them were, but you know what I mean).

He averaged 9.9 pts, 3.2 rbs, 1.8 asts, 1.1 stls and 1.4 TO's in less than 23 mpg. He was terrible from the field, shooting around 40% (although 37% from three). In terms of improvement, he has the most room to go up.

BlazingJ
09-05-2010, 10:55 PM
Nic Batum and Greg Oden too!

bholly
09-06-2010, 02:28 AM
I see Collison and Rose as having the biggest 'breakout' years. And KD in terms of making the leap to being a household name type star.

wmudford
09-06-2010, 09:00 AM
Steph Curry- 22 ppg, 4 rbs, 7.5apg
Ty Evans- 23 ppg, 5 rbs, 6.5 apg
K. Durant- 32 ppg, 8 rbs, 3 apg

i picked my favorite 3