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Kyrie Irving

Hit game winner against Boston, 23pts 4reb 6ast, shooting above 50% from the field, 40% from 3s, come on this kid is going to be the ROY, and people wanted Derrick Williams? child please!


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Shot 10-14 tonight and would

Shot 10-14 tonight and would have had a lot more assists if his teammates caught the ball and didn't brick wide open layups. (I've said this a million times, but the Cavs NEED to trade Jamison and Sessions as soon as possible. It's frustrating watching them on the court with Kyrie.)

If you watch Kyrie's games you can tell that he definitely has that "IT" factor and should definitely win the ROY, overcoming the media craze over the flashy Rubio.

I love that Kyrie wants the ball in his hands in the closing seconds of the game, he's already showing that he is not afraid of the spotlight and is willing to put the team on his back if need be. (Scored 17 straight points (21 in the fourth quarter) last game againts the Nets in the final 3 minutes to bring the Cavs within three.)

I gotta say Kyrie and Rubio have both exceeding my expectations tremendously. People thought this rookie class would be one of the worst ever, but we have two budding superstars who'll be in the NBA for years to come.

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Don't forget about Kemba.

Don't forget about Kemba. Triple double. Continuously getting better. Didn't get a starting job until recently. Has shown he is capable of running the point. And he has no teammates to pass to yet he is passing very well.

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Hey M. Garvey you should post

Hey M. Garvey you should post topics only under the NBADRAFT folder or else no one is going to see it.

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@akhan786 I wasnt buying into

@akhan786

I wasnt buying into rookie class is the worst nonsense, until the kids play no one really knows. and within another 2-3 years there will somoeone from this class that will surprise us all.

Kyrie has great change of pace speed, he needs to work on cutting down on turnovers, and i hope he doesnt fall in love with the 3s, he's doing a good job of taking only a couple a game.

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Don't forget about Kemba.

Don't forget about Kemba.

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If you watch Kyrie's games

If you watch Kyrie's games you can tell that he definitely has that "IT" factor and should definitely win the ROY, overcoming the media craze over the flashy Rubio.

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Obviously all eyes are going

Obviously all eyes are going to be on teams like the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder to start the 2012-13 NBA season, but there are plenty of other teams worth keeping an eye on as well. There’s an abundance of teams hovering under the radar and several prospective postseason squads ready to make a move.

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