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Which one of these players is most likely to be an
1.) Allstar
2.) Have a Career year
3.)Solid role Player/starter
4.) Have a worse year then Last
5.) FLOP
With there new team. I chose 10 different players so 5 can be left off

Tyreke Evans-Pelicans
Al Jefferson- Bobcats
Andrea Bargnani- Knicks
Josh Smith- Pistons
Oj Mayo- Bucks
Andre Igoudala - warriors
Monta Ellis- mavericks
Paul Millsap-Hawks
Paul Pierce-Nets
Andrew Bynum- Cavaliers


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Allstar- Andrew Bynum. If

Allstar- Andrew Bynum. If healthy I think Andrew is the best center in the east. If hes on the floor he is gonna produce and I think he will benefit by playing with a star like Kyrie and Role players like Dion waiters,Tristan Thompson,Anderson Varejao, and Anthony Bennet. i think he can avg at least 16.5 and 11.5 rebs for th cavs this year

Career year-Tyreke Evans. Yea more than likely he will be playing out of position most of theyear unless Eric gordon gets injured but he has talent around him for once and is talented enough to have a career year. I dont see him avg stats like his rookie year of 20 5 5 but I do se his Fg% going up and knowing his role and getting more involved as the season goes on. maybe avg 17.5pts 5.5rebs 3ast and career highs in Fg% and steals.

Solid Player-Andrea Bargnani hes not the player or star toronto wanted that dosent mean hes completely garbage. Last year was his worst year but i think he will thrive in his new home. Hes not the focus of the team no more and even if worst comes to worst he can slide in take steve nvaks spot as a 3pt specialist. With melo,,j.r, shumpert,tyson and Amare. I think he will get a solid 15 pts 6 reb a game

Taking a step back- Al Jefferson hes going to play center more than likely and have to be able to score in the post. This team is really not a good fit for him.He may be able to put up numbers like last but not be as consistent

Flop- Paul millsap. with a undersized front lineup. i see paul coming off the bench for the hawks but since the hawks dont have a good center to slide al to his most effective spot paul millsap will struggle i see him avg maybe 12 and 7 at tops

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My picks

1.) Allstar: Andrew Bynum, he is easily the best player on that list and is a top 2 centre when healthy. Being healthy is key tho. Plus he already knows how to play with ball dominant guards and another good big man.
2.) Have a Career year: OJ Mayo, the bucks don't have much for guard play or anyone he is really great at scoring. He's gonna put up some big numbers as the number 1 option on the team.
3.)Solid role Player/starter: Paul Millsap, he's just filling the void left by Smith and will put up his regular numbers on a mediocre team. He'll end up being the same player he always has been.
4.) Have a worse year then Last: Paul Pierce stat wise. He has to play with 2 ball dominant guards and centre who needs his touches. pierce has never had that many pieces around him that need the ball more than he does. The team will be good, but his numbers will drop due to his teammates,age, and that they will likely rest him a lot. I'm curious to see how the shots are going to be shared in Brooklyn.
5.) FLOP: Andrea Bargnani, as a Raptors fan I don't even want him to do good. He won't fit the role of spot up shooter and will just coast through games. He only plays good when he gets the offence ran through him, which won't happen with Melo and JR on the team.

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Josh Smith- I am not sure how

Josh Smith- I am not sure how the Pistons are going to do there lineup. Is it going to be Monroe, Drummond, Smith, Pope and Jennings. Is it going to be Monroe, Smith, ? , Pope and Jennings. yes I question who is starting at sf for the pistons. If Smith plays the 4 with Drummond coming in off the bench then Smith will be amazing just like Atlanta. Smith to me is a 4.

1) All Star- Andrew Bynum if Healthy and that's a big question? Bynum is a top five center in the league when healthy.

2) Have a career year- Tyreke Evans I think is going to go off. I don't think he's being like his rookie year but could come close. I'm thinking 18,5 and 4

3) Solid role player- Josh Smith- I am not sure how the Pistons are going to do there lineup. Is it going to be Monroe, Drummond, Smith, Pope and Jennings. Is it going to be Monroe, Smith, ? , Pope and Jennings. yes I question who is starting at sf for the pistons. If Smith plays the 4 with Drummond coming in off the bench then Smith will be amazing just like Atlanta. Smith to me is a 4.

4) Taking a step back- Paul Pierce- too many people in Brooklyn will be touching the ball for Pierce to get his touches.

5) Flop- Andrea Bargnani - not in the scoring department but for defense. I can't see him starting at all. could back up chandler maybe. just I think from the list he will be the biggest flop of the players listed.

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1. Josh Smith 2. OJ Mayo 3.

1. Josh Smith
2. OJ Mayo
3. Paul Millsap
4. Paul Pierce
5. Andrew Bynum

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my list...

1. Iggy- Warriors system is perfect for Iggy.
2. Monta Ellis-finally has some talent around him and won't have to carry a team.
3. Mayo- will help the Bucks turn the corner and become a better team.
4. Tyreke Evans- Nah! Evans won't be able to "hog the ball" in NOLA, so he won't do anything.
5. Bargnani-Nah, nah!!! no way! will avg. 6.1 pts in NYC.

Jefferson-will be solid
Smith-zero basketball IQ
Millsap-his numbers will go down, but will still be okay
Pierce-no way, done!
Bynum-no way, done part 2!

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Biggest flop after Andrea

Biggest flop after Andrea Bargs: Tyreke Evans, he's not goin'g to be able to dominate the ball like Oaktownwarriors said and he's not effective as a spot up shooter. He's best served as their 6th man to have a successful year in my opinion.

Career year: OJ Mayo, before Dirk came back OJ was straight ballin, no one on the Bucks will demand the ball over him. For this reason he'll have a career year statistically, but the Bucks will find themselves in the top 10 of the lottery

Solid Role Player: Paul Milsap, he does everything right on the floor and is very efficient. I would love to have him on my team.

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I dont know why Andrea

I dont know why Andrea Bargnani is receiving so much hate. Yeah his not the Star everybody was thinking when he went #1 but hes not a Scrub neither. Look at his best year 21 pts 6 rebs and so far his worst year 13pts 4 reb. Yeah he never been quite a rebounder for his size and skill but hes as versitile as any big when it comes to scoring. Plus the team hes on with Tyson,Mello and Shumbert making up for those rebounds. Hes not the go to man no more and could really be the 2nd to 4th option on the team. Hes not gonna have the best or worst year statistically but you will see how much better he is with being option 1-4 depending whos on the court. A flop for bargnani on the knicks would be a year like last averaging 13pts 4 rebs struggling with his shots , turning the ball over to much getting injured a lot. But thats not gonna happen with the knicks. Im tellin you he will be 2nd or 3rd on the team in scoring and avg 16pts 5reb on a decent shooting %

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I dont know why Andrea

I dont know why Andrea Bargnani is receiving so much hate. Yeah his not the Star everybody was thinking when he went #1 but hes not a Scrub neither. Look at his best year 21 pts 6 rebs and so far his worst year 13pts 4 reb. Yeah he never been quite a rebounder for his size and skill but hes as versitile as any big when it comes to scoring. Plus the team hes on with Tyson,Mello and Shumbert making up for those rebounds. Hes not the go to man no more and could really be the 2nd to 4th option on the team. Hes not gonna have the best or worst year statistically but you will see how much better he is with being option 1-4 depending whos on the court. A flop for bargnani on the knicks would be a year like last averaging 13pts 4 rebs struggling with his shots , turning the ball over to much getting injured a lot. But thats not gonna happen with the knicks. Im tellin you he will be 2nd or 3rd on the team in scoring and avg 16pts 5reb on a decent shooting %

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You just wrote why people "hate" Bargnani...

"Yeah his not the Star everybody was thinking when he went #1"

" Yeah he never been quite a rebounder for his size".

Bargnani Career Stats:
15.2 pts / 4.8 rebs / 0.9 blocks / 1.3 assists THAT'S WEAK!!!

WON'T REBOUND, 1.3 assists equals...a black hole/can't pass, 0.9 blocks, won't "mix it up" and not a team player!!!
The last player they needed was someone that will not pass, play defense, and rebound, but yet the Knicks traded away for that same player.
I would rather bring Herb Williams off the coach's bench to play instead of Bargnani!

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