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  1. #1
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    Will Danny Granger become a superstar in the NBA

    He is 26 years old and last year he averaged 26 ppg and 5 rpg. Will that be his max ceiling or will he get even better?
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    He definately has the abilities to get better but he doesnt seem the type to take a team deep into the playoffs on his own

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    It was a career year for him last season. So, he has nowhere to go but down.

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    Maybe he might do a little better next year but after that, he will probably just another star who averages 20 PPG.

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    I see a lot of TMac in him. Great jump shot, and can score in many different ways. But i hope he doesn't get injured like TMac

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    Quote Originally Posted by roshan3ai View Post
    I see a lot of TMac in him. Great jump shot, and can score in many different ways. But i hope he doesn't get injured like TMac
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    I think he is playing at his ceiling right now.
    He needs to have stars on the team he can play with.
    The Pacers future doesn't look too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sox Appeal View Post
    It was a career year for him last season. So, he has nowhere to go but down.
    Why do you say it was a career year for him last year?
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    His stats may go up; I already consider the guy a superstar. He'll get that league wide recognition if the Pacers play well and make the playoffs. He is already an absolute monster statistically, he's going infront of Kobe and Dirk and a lot of fantasy basketball circles.

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    He'd be a great second option on any championship team. Put him with a dominating centre or PF and he would go off

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    Idk, will he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    He is 26 years old and last year he averaged 26 ppg and 5 rpg. Will that be his max ceiling or will he get even better?
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    I think he will. I mean, he really has nothing stopping him. He is already one of the most versatile scorers in the league, and has the potential to be a top defender as well. That plus, his solid rebounding and athleticism, I don't see why he can't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sofargone View Post
    He'd be a great second option on any championship team. Put him with a dominating centre or PF and he would go off
    So he would be great playing with someone like Dirk then.
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    I think hes hit his ceiling.

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