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NBA'S Breakout Players

Kevin Love - Has The Talent To Lead The League In Rebounding & Shoot 35% From 3 .. i See Him Putting Up A 15-11 /

Derrick Rose - Big Year For Him .. 24-4-6

Josh Smith - He Finally Hits His Peak .. 16-11-4 w/ 2 Steals & 2 Blocks

OJ Mayo - Hits His Stride .. 22-4-4

Kevin Durant - i Think He Turns It Up A Notch This Year .. 33-8-4

LeBron James - He Really Turns It Up .. 26-7-8 , Bt He Wins Defensive Player Of The Year .

Russell Westbrook - Fat Lever Mode .. 17-6-8

Brandon Jennings - He Builds Off His Break Out PlayOffs w/ A Break Out Season .. 22-4-9

Greg Oden - Bold Prediction .. 11-10 1/ 2 Blocks

Jrue Holiday - Makes Some Doubters Into Believers .. 13-4-6

Anthony Randolph - Will Most Likely Get Alot Of PT From D'antoni & Will Clean The Boards Big Time Since Amare Won't .. 17-11-4

Tyreke Evans - Lay Up Line .. 25-6-5

Demar Derozan - Shows Some Of His Potential .. 15-5-2


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Agree with demar but the oden

Agree with demar but the oden prediction is bit far fetched.

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Lol Yea ; Thats My Bold One

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Curry, has the Potential to

Curry, has the Potential to Average 23-5-5.

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Mike Beasley, JJ Hickson,

Mike Beasley, JJ Hickson, Dorrel Wright, Anthony Randolph, Holiday, Ibaka, Felton just to name a few of mine

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I like this post

Was that 10.5 blocks? That will be tough for anybody.

I like your Rose numbers, not too far-fetched.

LeBron may have a hard time scoring 26 ppg. It depends on how the roles get defined on that team. I see him as a possible 9-rebound man though. I'm still not sure how well that little trio is going to work together. I have to admit I'm rooting against them.

What is Fat Lever Mode?

Those would be great numbers for Jennings, but he may be able to pull it off.

Randolph - If he gets big playing time, he could score more than 17, but I'm not so sure about 4 assists. I also see him as 1.5 to 2 blocks per game.

All in all, very achievable numbers for those guys if they have good years. Nice post!

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Odens breakout has nothing to

Odens breakout has nothing to do with stats its 65+ games played

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i think lebron averages more

i think lebron averages more than 7 assists

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Lol Nt 10.5 Blocks . . .
Typo --
10 Rebounds & 1.5 Blocks ; ; & Yea 65+ Would Definitely Mean Alot

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Fat Lever Mode

Point Guard Territory .. If Your A Guard & Stat Sheet Stuffer Then Chances Are That You've Entered Fat Lever Mode Once Or Twice

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DERRICK ROSE WILL AVERAGE

DERRICK ROSE WILL AVERAGE MORE THAN 6 ASSISTS

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Greg Oden 11, 10, 1.5....are

Greg Oden 11, 10, 1.5....are you guys serious? is that really THAT bold? the guy who averaged 11.1 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 2.3 bpg in 21 games last season? the guy who is still 22 years old with amazing talent and good offensive skills? you'd think bold would be like 17 and 12 and 3 blocks...i see oden surpassing your expectations tony

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Hey, that's a lot more reasonable: 1.5 blocks.
And Fat Lever Mode, I get what you mean when you describe it, but where does the name come from?

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New Prediction

IF Oden's Healthy He Can Get 15-15 & 5 Blocks . .

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Fat Lever Was One Of The First Guards To Stuff A Stat Sheet . . . . .

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Oh, now I see!

So it's named after a guy! I haven't heard of him. That's a cool term, though, now that I see what it means and where it comes from.

Thanks, man.

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D Will was a 19 and 10 guy

D Will was a 19 and 10 guy with boozer. Rose with boozer will be alot of the same.

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I think some of these are way

I think some of these are way off... Not to call you out or anything.

Derrick rose: its possible but now he has carlos boozer so he wont have to look to score nearly as much with another legit scoring threat on his team. His assists could go up though

Josh Smith: I think all the stats are accurate except the rebounding numbers because its looking like atlanta will sign shaq which will allow horford to move to the 4 and smith to the 3 meaning he wont be able to grab as many boards playing along with those two

OJ mayo: He plays with too many people that have to have the ball to score that much. I think he'll be in the 16-19 point range because they still have rudy gay, zach randolph, marc gasol

KD: Its possible but he's going to have to have multiple 40 and 50 point games. He's capable but it will be tough. I dont think anyone has averaged that many points in a long time

Lebron: His numbers will definitely go down. Still all star caliber but with d wade, bosh, mike miller as a shooting option and whomever else they get his assists could go up and he may even average a double double (19-20 ppg and 10-11 apg)

Russell Westbrook: He is capable of such numbers but i dont know if next season will be when he does that kind of thing but i could be wrong

Brandon Jennings: The bucks have added alot of pieces around him, way more than they had last season and he will probably decrease his ppg but really up his apg. They added drew gooden, corey maggette, retained john salmons, still have andrew bogut so i dont see his points skyrocketing like that (you realize he only averaged around 16 for the regular season right)

Greg oden: Where to start... You should ask the guy on this website 'gregodensknees' what he thinks about this. He definitely could average those numbers but he wont be a breakout guy if he gets injured and averages those numbers for 20-30 games

Jrue holiday: it'll be interesting to see what happens with him. with iguodala and turner seeming to be dominant ball handlers jrue may have to be more of a scorer/shooter but i dont know that he can shoot that well. Those numbers arent unrealistic though

Anthony randolph: Unless randolph starts he won't be anything close to that and even then i think its a reach because he and amare are the same kind of player (both PFs)

Tyreke: Im a kings fan and i would love to see those numbers but with the addition of cousins i dont think he'll need to get that many touches and wont score 24 a game. I still think he'll be a 20ppg guy because im anticipating he comes back with a much improved mid range jumper and maybe even more assists because of cousins and maybe our shooters will actually hit open jumpers next season

Demar derozan: Probably the most accurate... Toronto is going in an entirely different direction now so maybe he can start to try and live up to the hype of what raptors fans were saying (the next vince carter)

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True . . Bt Rose Is A Better Scorer . . He Could Average 22-4-8 . . Bt It Would Be Really Nice If He Could Finally Use Those Physical Skills To Capitalize On Defense

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And kevin love has no chance

And kevin love has no chance of leading the league in rebounding as long as dwight howard is playing

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KD: Long Time ? AI & Kobe Both Averaged 33+ In 05-06 Season . .

LeBron: Triple-Double . . Honestly i Could See Him Averaging 18-9-13 , Bt Still D-Player Of The Year .

Jennings: Yea , Bt He Will Still Have The Ball In His Hands & Its Still HIS Team

Randolph: Him & Amare Are Totally Different & Randolph Would Be Better Suited On The Wing & ANYTHiNGS Possible In D'Antoni's System . . . D'Anflation . . .

Tyreke Evans: He's Nt That Good Of A Distributer . .

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& IF You Could Read , You Would Notice That i Said That He Has The TALENT To . . .Nt Saying He Will . . Bt He Could

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If Oden can actually become

If Oden can actually become and STAY healthy, I'd say he'd be my top breakout player. Most of the players you've listed have already broken out IMO. Lol. I'd like to see OJ Mayo finally live up to his hype. Until then, I'm considering him to be overrated. Terrence Williams could have a good year on a bad team. Beasley could make some noise in Minnesota and finally start showing his potential on a consistent basis. Since he won't have to share the paint with Jefferson anymore, I could see Love putting up some significantly better numbers this year. I could see love averaging 12-13 rebs.

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T-Will Could Average 14-5-6

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I agree with most of

I agree with most of them
Kevin Love - will improve now that Al Jefferson is gone and with Beasley should make a good duo

Derrick Rose - Has a new target in Boozer and will have a break-out year like you said. Bulls will be good next season

Josh Smith - I see him as pretty much the same player score a little, rebound, block, dunk nothing new.

OJ Mayo - been working on pg skills so he will have a good year avg around 22ppg and 8assists

Kevin Durant - Will Lead the league in scoring and continue to dominate

LeBron James - Points go down to like 18-20 but assists will be up. small price to pay for a ring

Russell Westbrook - I see him improving slightly and continue to complement Durant

Brandon Jennings - BREAKOUT YEAR, will be more consistent in scoring, more assists. and stats across the board watch out for the Bucks( There not gonna win a championship just sayin they'll begood)

Greg Oden - Have to feel sorry for him cause everytime his shows his potential he gets injured. Your stats are on point maybe 1 blk a game though

Jrue Holiday - He will be good next year, probably a starter expect 16 pts, 7 assists

Anthony Randolph - Is finally gonna show his potential after leaving GS. Like most people who leave will improve dramatically your stats sound right

Tyreke Evans - BREAKOUT YEAR as well along with cousins should be a nice combo

Demar Derozan - will improve now that bosh is gone. Good season for him bad for raptors.
Others Beasley will be good as well

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Kevin love doesnt even have

Kevin love doesnt even have the motor to average that many rebounds if he had a better motor then ok. Tyreke wouldve averaged more assists but donte greene andres nocioni wouldnt make open jumpers to save their lives last season. Also our bigs from last season (spencer hawes and jason thompson) missed HELLA layups and easy looks around the rim on passes from tyreke. If the bucks want to capitalize on their acquistions then brandon jennings will be a distributor and occasionally look for his offense. He'll have to to keep all them happy by distributing the ball if they want to be successful. As far as KD is concerned maybe im saying he needs another year or two because those 3 points are going to be difficult to come by especially since he capitalizes on his free throw attempts shooting around 90%. If he could become say a 93 or 94 shooter from the line then ok he'll average that. And dwight howard will win defensive player of the year until he retires (VERY bold claim but i stand by it) to win defensive player of the year as a guard you have to shut perimeter guys down, not just get steals and blocks in fastbreaks. Not even leading the league in steals will get you defensive player of the year (ask allen iverson) he can definitely shut guys down but to this point he hasnt but maybe thatll change since he wont have to assume such a large role offensively anymore

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lebron 21ppg 10aspg 8rpg

lebron 21ppg 10aspg 8rpg 2stpg 1bpg d player of the year maybe mvp if the heat win 65+ its a lock

wade 26ppg 4rpg 5asp

bosh 20ppg 9rpg thats my stats for the big 3.

oj mayo 20ppg 4rpg 6apg could be an all star

durant 32ppg 9rpg 3aspg 1spg 1bpg mvp unless heat win close to 70 or if kobe goes nut.

rose 19ppg 11aspg slepper for mvp

beasley 18ppg 7rpg

al jefferson 22ppg 11rpg 1bpg hes back to all star form

yao 17ppg 8rpg 1.4bpg good numbers off the injury

carmelo contract year! 30ppg 7.5rpg 4apg 1spg

stepehn curry 24ppg 4rpg 7aspg

greg oden if heathly 14ppg 13rpg 3.8 bpg

al horford breaksout 19ppg 10rpg 3aspg 1.8bpg

dwight howard plays like a young shaq 22ppg 15rpg 4bpg if they win the divsion mvp and d player of the year

amare 28ppg 7rpg

jennings 15ppg 9.6aspg 1.7stp 3rpg

rondo 16ppg 6rpg 10apg 2.6stpg

gallo 19ppg 6rpg

felton if starts 16pg 8apg

douglas if starts 14ppg 4rpg 6aspg

tmac on the right team 24ppg 6rpg 5aspg

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Somebodies getting traded in

Somebodies getting traded in Philly because Holiday is going to break right out like a bad case of acne!

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oo heres my awards and all star teams

scoring champ: durant 32ppg
assist champ: rose 11aspg
rebounding champ: dwight 15rpg
steals: rondo 2.6 stpg
blocks: dwigh 4bpg

east all star starters
pg:rose
sg:wade
sf:bron
pf:bosh
c:howard
6.amare
7.booz
8.rondo
9.joe johnson
10.paul perice
11.jennings
12.horford.

west starters
pg: cp3
sg:kobe
sf:melo
pf:durant
c:duncan
6.gasol
7.dwill
8.roy
9.al jeff
10.gay
11.westbrook
12.dirk

awards

mvp: lebron im a go with. durant will get robbed.
rookie of the year: john wall 18ppg 7aspg 3rpg wizards sneek in playoffs
sixth man: mike miller 14ppg 4rpg 4aspg the heat win 67 games
most improved: amir johnson will have a good year 11ppg 9rpg 2bpg or i give it to beasley
defesive player: dwight or noah or even lebron but i go with d12
coach of the year: idk

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I like Randolph's game but I

I like Randolph's game but I doubt he gets enough minutes to average those numbers but he still should put up some nice stats though.

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derrick rose- 21ppg 4rpg

derrick rose- 21ppg 4rpg 9apg
amare- 25ppg, 9rpg, 1apg
al jefferson- 16ppg, 11rpg
stephen curry- 18ppg, 3rpg, 6apg
brandon jennings- 19ppg, 2rpg, 7apg
kevin love- 14ppg, 10rpg, 3apg
oj mayo- 17ppg, 4rpg, 6rpg(if he is pg)
ant. randolph- 15ppg, 8rpg

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derrick rose- 21ppg 4rpg

derrick rose- 21ppg 4rpg 9apg
amare- 25ppg, 9rpg, 1apg
al jefferson- 16ppg, 11rpg
stephen curry- 18ppg, 3rpg, 6apg
brandon jennings- 19ppg, 2rpg, 7apg
kevin love- 14ppg, 10rpg, 3apg
oj mayo- 17ppg, 4rpg, 6rpg(if he is pg)
ant. randolph- 15ppg, 8rpg
greg oden- 13ppg, 12rpg, 3bpg

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THE BIG 3 Guard Trio Curry-

THE BIG 3 Guard Trio

Curry- 25 Points, 7 Assist, 5 Boards
Jennings 18 Points 6 Assist, 2 Boards
Evans 23 Points 9 Assist, 8 Boards

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no way curry and evans

no way curry and evans average more assists than jennings next year they will average more points but hell no on assist especially since the bucks added some new pieces his assists will go he bascially average 6 assist this year so you dont expect his assists to go up

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Rose leading apg?!?!?

Tibby isn't a run and gun coach. Plus your going to slow down the offense alot for Boozer. And most fastbreak points won't be from assists from Rose, they'll be scored by him. I think 20 and 8 is what you can expect from Rose. D-Will is one of the best one-on-one players in this league, so I'm not sure I agree about Rose being the better scorer. D-Will is just such a great passer he'd rather get it down with his passing than with his sick crossovers and pull ups.

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Yea i Could See That

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1/2

A block a game for Oden? He was on his way to leading the league in blocks before he got injured.

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Nick Young and JaVale Mcgee

Nick Young and JaVale Mcgee now we have a pg to set people up I see

Nick young 16ppg

Mcgee 13ppg 8rbg 2blk

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Curry and Evans has people

Curry and Evans has people they can throw it inside to now.

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Don't forget Jeff Green I

Don't forget Jeff Green I think he can average 20 points 7 rebs and 3 assists but he needs to play small forward becasue he is deffinetly not a power forward.

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Tony

In response to your predictions. Most of these guys are not breakout players though (unless someone pulls a Granger and breaks out 2/3 times (keeps improving).

Kevin Love - You had 15-11.
-He had 14 and 11 last year. I could see him averaging 17 11 and 4 (his biggest jump will be in assits). he will probably improve his shot, and get more touches w/Jefferson gone. They do really like him, evidence he has more to show.

Derrick Rose - 24-4-6. Pretty close.
- I could see him having 23 - 5 - 8. he will know he has the team to aim championship, so he will do more to rebound and facilitate. His D will also improve.

Josh Smith - 16-11-4 w/ 2 Steals & 2 Blocks.
- He won't get 11 rebounds. He is still too perrimeter oriented to be where the ball goes.

OJ Mayo - 22-4-4
- OJ is close. he will be shooting for a contract, while he won't be the starting pg (he could be a back up), he will work on facilitating more. 22 - 4 - 6.

Kevin Durant - 33-8-4
- He could do what he wants. Hhe has past the point where stats matter though. What will matter is his D, assists, and health.

Russell Westbrook - 17-6-8
- The Thunder players might take a step back in points, rebs and assists because of their depth and developing talent. The stars might play slightly fewer minutes to stay as fresh as possible. They have some big time players that are coming along well.

Brandon Jennings - 22-4-9
- Pretty close. Hope his FG% goes up though.

Greg Oden - 11-10 1/ 2 Blocks
- If healthy, 14, 12, 2.5

Jrue Holiday - Makes Some Doubters Into Believers .. 13-4-6
- Like this one. Add on 1.7 stls

Anthony Randolph - 17-11-4
- 16 10 4 and 2 blks.

Tyreke Evans - 25-6-5
- 25, 5, 7 - He will have lots of guys to dish to on his drives.

Demar Derozan - Shows Some Of His Potential .. 15-5-2
- Pretty close. I clould actually see him getting closer to 17 - 5 - 2 - 1.5 stls. The Raps will try to give him the minutes to be VC 2.0. Doing this they will play him at sg and sf.

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some have some not so much

some have some not so much

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yeah i go with oden!

yeah i go with oden!

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