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  1. #1
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    Superstars of tommorow

    As our superstars of today age which young players are gonna step up into the leading roles?

    Pg: Kyrie Irving, Damian Lillard

    Sg: James Harden, Eric Gordon

    Sf: Paul George, Kawhi Leonard

    Pf: Serge Ibaka, Kenneth Faried

    C: Demarcus Cousins, Greg Monroe

    I'm not super educated on NBA so sorry if this seems ridiculous but I would love to hear who you guys think the next top players are.


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    Iman Shumpert is better than all of them x 5. Lame thread.

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    George, Kyrie and Harden are the only ones there with "superstar" potential IMO.

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    Kyrie Irving is not going to be a superstar. He plays no defense, is injury prone and has never learned to lead a winning team. Ditto for Eric Gordon, DeMarcus Cousins. Greg Monroe is very good but he's not going to be the best big man on his own team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hustla23 View Post
    Iman Shumpert is better than all of them x 5. Lame thread.
    this

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    I think Davis and Irving are the only ones that can reach what I think is a superstar(top 5 player in the league.) I wouldn't consider Harden a "rising" player anymore, but hell probably be up there as well. Players like George, Beal, Wall, Cousins, and Leonard will probably make multiple All Star games.


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    Only Irving and Harden. The rest will be stars but I'm not sold on Leonard, Ibaka, Faried or Gordon being stars. Good players yes, but not stars, and certainly not superstars.

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    No parsons? Racist thread is racist.

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    Drummond is the future big and I agree parsons has gallo like potential
    & Paul George is officially a superstar now

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    Drummond? Irving, No. Harden, Curry, and George are the only one's i can see becoming superstars right now.

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    harden is already a superstar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hustla23 View Post
    Iman Shumpert is better than all of them x 5. Lame thread.
    Agreed. Shumpert is better than Jordan ever was already.

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    Kawhi Leonard is nothing more then role player he is nothing without Parker/Duncan and Pops.

    I also think Wall will be better then both Irving and Lillard.

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    Paul George, Kyrie Irving and Damian Lillard might be a Magic/Bird/Jordan type players but...that's in 4 or 5 years

    Iman Shumpert actually can be a max player one day he did amazing girding George

    The rest are stars but George Irving Lillard are your next gen superstars
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzbolt View Post
    Kawhi Leonard is nothing more then role player he is nothing without Parker/Duncan and Pops.

    I also think Wall will be better then both Irving and Lillard.
    You said Quincy Pondexter was better than Leonard right?

    Yes he has a great coach, that's not his fault. I've witnessed him play a game where the starters sat out and he completely dominated. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXemx5E9t20) Sky is the limit for him, and as long as he continues his development on the offensive side, he's going to be real special.

    I really do question your ability to scout/rank players.

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