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Tobias Harris leads Tenn over number 7 Villanove

My sleeper pick did a lil bit of everything on his way to 17pts 10reb in the win. I dont like how his teammates dont get him the ball more (he only averages 10shots a game) because he should be putting up 15 shots a game easily. Scotty Hopson played a very good game as well and hopefully he's gonna finally be consistent. For the season Tobias is averaging 16ppg 6reb. I expect his rebounding numbers to go up as he gets more accustomed to the college game. Also expect him to score more and get around the18ppg that i predicted for him


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I don't know anything about

I don't know anything about his game fil me in. Is he a true sf or a tweener? What is he good at?

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can play small forward or

can play small forward or power forward. farther along as a small forward then beasley was at the same stage. Hes not beasley but as far as the position is concerned he has more ability to play it then beasley at the same stage. Good three point shooter good handles nice mid range goes haard and a very hard worker. His game is alot like lamar odoms less handles better jumper at the same stage

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I liked Tobias Harris and

I liked Tobias Harris and never understood why he never got more props I look at him and see a lotto talent who shouldn't go no lower then 20.

He reminds me of a poor man's Melo. But he is not better at anything then Beasley was as a freshman let's be serious. Beasley got a lot of his points from the outside or taking people into the lane off the dribble so how can you say he is further a long in his small forward skills. Beasley shot over 40% from 3 and averaged 26 points a game.

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I liked Tobias Harris and

I liked Tobias Harris and never understood why he never got more props I look at him and see a lotto talent who shouldn't go no lower then 20.

He reminds me of a poor man's Melo. But he is not better at anything then Beasley was as a freshman let's be serious. Beasley got a lot of his points from the outside or taking people into the lane off the dribble so how can you say he is further a long in his small forward skills. Beasley shot over 40% from 3 and averaged 26 points a game.

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The name of this thread

The name of this thread should be "Melvin Goins leads Tennessee over #7 Villanova." His OUTSTANDING job on D against Maalik Wayns and Corey Fisher was more important than the production Harris got. Harris has a bad habit so far of disappearing in the 2nd half of games. Fatigue maybe?

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Yeah I liked the way Scotty

Yeah I liked the way Scotty Hopson played today. It's gotta be the new hair

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Scotty Hopson was hooping

Scotty Hopson was hooping too. He played good D for the 1st time I've ever seen, and he was aggressive. He's clearly made it a point this year to be more aggressive taking the ball to the hole, and he's another guy that's benefitted from the FIBA experience. He's playing much more confident and finally harnessing that big talent he has early on this year.

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He has better handles then

He has better handles then Beasley and has more ability to lay small forward at the same stage. that's pretty clear and very different from saying he is better then Beasley at the same stage which is clearly what i did not say

From what i see Tobias gets more attention paid to him in the second half's which is why he doesn't score as much. He starts to get less touches and the other players start to get more open looks which causes them to take more shots. Tobias is very very skilled like i said months ago and will continue to surprise alot of people on here who only thought the top 5 players in his class would do work

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Goins was a key factor but i

Goins was a key factor but i wouldn't say he lead Tenn to the win no more then i would say Ron Artest lead the lakers to a win over OKC because of his great defense on Kevin Durant although it was a key factor

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Oh it's different. Tennessee

Oh it's different. Tennessee had Hopson and Harris get about 17 points each. The Lakers have Kobe and Gasol getting 30 and 20 points apiece lol. Goins was easily the MVP of this game, with Scotty Hopson being close behind.

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