The top rookies from 09-10
Now that the past season is over with we seen 3 players rise up and become future all stars and franchise player if you were a coach or gm who would u pick?
Tyreke Evans 20.1ppg 5.3rpg 5.8apg fourth play to average 20,5,and,5 other 3 Big O,Mj,King James
Stephen Curry 17.5ppg 4.5rpg 5.9apg i thought he was a undersized 2 he prove me wrong
Brandon Jennings 15.5ppg 3.4rpg 5.8apg he is one of my favorite players and one of the youngest players to score 50 points.
This one is tough but its between Curry and Evans in my opinion...I'll go with reke havoc because i think he has penny hardaway in his prime potential
reke but if griffin was on there id picj him
Tyreke Evans. LeBron Lite gonna be a franchise player.
I'd take Reke over Curry due to his size and aggressive nature as a scorer. It's tough to say these are the top 3 without seeing Griffin play a game yet though, my choice might change after seeing him actually take the court, we shall see...
idk how much better steph curry is going to be but tyreke goes to his right just about every single time and most defenders still cant stop it and not to mention he has no J at all. tyreke also has the ability to defend multiple positions with his huge frame and is 7 foot wingspan
Still pick Blake Griffin since good big men are hard to find
I think theres no question Pullen and Dunn are Preseason 1st teamers. Hard to put a freshman Selby up over those two. Also Jones is a beast I think he's a 2nd teamer worse case. Also Marcus Morris may be POY candidate as he was arguably the best all round Jhawk last year and word is he's killing it over the summer.
I'd have to go with B. Jennings on this one, I think Reke will be the better score, Curry the better shooter, but out of all of them I believe Jennings will be the better PG and the better leader. This year he (along with a great team defense and improving big man) lead the Bucks to the playoffs and you can't stress how much good PG play can do for a team.
To be honest, I'd rather build my team around a PG, then a 2 guard (Evans). Stephen Curry seems to me like a good playmaker that can eventually be one of those players that makes everyone around him better and has a consistent shot. I just can't see that in Brandon Jennings.
I'm going with Stephen Curry.