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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by bholly View Post
    Paul George
    Danilo Gallinari
    Nicolas Batum
    Kawhi Leonard
    Chandler Parsons
    Rudy Gay
    Wilson Chandler
    Gordon Hayward
    Tobias Harris
    Evan Turner
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThaDubs View Post
    Paul George
    Rudy Gay
    Nic Batum
    Kawhi Leonard
    Evan Turner
    Danilo Gallinari
    Chandler Parsons
    Tobias Harris
    Wilson Chandler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps08-09 Champ View Post
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    Interesting lists so far.. Just from what I can see it seems to me like Chandler and Hayward are being overlooked a bit.

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    Paul George
    Rudy Gay
    Danilo Gallinari
    Kawhi Leonard
    Nicolas Batum
    Chandler Parsons
    Tobias Harris
    Wilson Chandler
    Evan Turner
    Gordon Hayward

    Gallinari is definitely a scorer. He's a bit inefficient though if you ask me. Look for him to improve his shot while he recovers this summer. When he's hitting more of his shots and more efficiently, I think he's up there with George. For now though, #3 for him.

    Leonard is a nice piece for the Spurs and while Batum might have a bit more, I think Pop is gonna bring out the best in Leonard once TD or Manu retire. He won't be on their status but I can expect a top-notch starting player from him.

    Parsons is interesting. He has a great young core to work around and they have great chemistry together. He has potential but I don't see him making an all-star game yet. Borderline all-star.

    Tobias Harris is interesting. Saved my *** in fantasy out of nowhere. We'll see how he goes in Orlando next season and if he's the real deal. He was hitting close to 20/10 numbers near the end of the season. While I don't expect him to maintain that all of next season, I see his ceiling being a 16/8 guy with a block or two.

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    rudy will make his way back up peoples list next year when he gets his eyes fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by b@llhog24 View Post
    Haywood getting shafted.
    Knowing his real name maybe would help.

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    Paul George
    Nicolas Batum
    Danillo Gallinari
    Kawhi Leonard
    Rudy Gay
    Chandler Parsons
    Gordan Hayward
    Wilson Chandler
    Tobias Harris
    Evan Turner

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    SF is such a weak position overall...If Lebron, Melo, and Durant weren't in the NBA the SF position would be atrocious. Then again Lebron, Melo and Durant at times all play positions 1-4. There might be 2, maybe 3 other SF in the league I would love to have on my team, that being, George (last year played SG when Granger was healthy) and Leonard (playing with the best coach in the league, possibly the best PF of ALL TIME, and 2 multi-year all-stars in Parker and Ginobli. The next 2 would be Gallo or Parsons/Gay.

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    Tobias Harris will be higher on everyones list next year. Book it. The guy is only 20 years old and he finally got pt and was making the best of it. His game will only improve and he's a very efficient scorer.

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    Paul George
    Danilo Gallinari
    Nicolas Batum
    Chandler Parsons
    Rudy Gay
    Kawhi Leonard
    Wilson Chandler
    Gordon Hayward
    Tobias Harris
    Evan Turner

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Leethal View Post
    Knowing his real name maybe would help.
    How?


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    Shoot I'd even put up Glen Rice and Mitch Richmond in their prime at or slightly better than James. Even Glenn Robinson who is a forgotten beast.


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    Kobe GOAT LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Leethal View Post
    Damn, we have ourselves a nice looking crop of young SF's in this league.
    It's been a while, there was quite a long time where the 3 was a dying breed.


    "Juuuuuuuuuuuuust a bit outside. Wild Thing tried for the corner and missed."

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    This is without any research whatsoever, but just off the top of my head.

    Paul George
    Danilo Gallinari
    Chandler Parsons
    Nicolas Batum
    Rudy Gay
    Gordon Hayward
    Kawhi Leonard
    Wilson Chandler
    Tobias Harris
    Evan Turner

    George and Gallo are probably easy picks for the top two guys, while I'm obviously a huge Parsons fan and gave him the edge over Batum. Gay has the name value and scoring production, but the four guys ahead of him are better all-around players, more efficient and I think they make their teams better. I also think people are rating Hayward far too low. I don't think I'm ready to put him ahead of those top five guys on my list, but he has become an extremely efficient scorer and a solid all around player.

    The bottom two were extremely obvious. Harris showed a ton of potential at the end of the year, but he's still really young and streaky, so I'd like to see more consistency. And Turner improved some areas of his game this season, but it's pretty obvious he's been a massive disappointment and he's still an extremely inefficient player.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bholly View Post
    Paul George
    Danilo Gallinari
    Nicolas Batum
    Kawhi Leonard
    Chandler Parsons
    Rudy Gay
    Wilson Chandler
    Gordon Hayward
    Tobias Harris
    Evan Turner
    This is my list as well



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    Whats the reasoning for Paul George being clearly the best? Him and Gallinari seem very close yet almost everyone has George 1st and Gallinari in the 2-5 range. Not saying Gallo is better, just wondering what the reasoning is.


    Their numbers from this year are very close as well: http://www.basketball-reference.com/...rgpa01&y2=2013

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