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What do you think your starting 5 will individually average

With the season 2 months away, and starting line ups beginning to look concrete going into the sesaon; what do you think each of your starting 5 players average? Did you team have a huge change in the offseason, resulting in changes in your teams top scorer/rebounder/assist man? Feel free to include your teams 6th man


my prediction, Lakers:
nash - 10/8 (really depends on how ball dominant kobe is this season)
kobe - 25/4reb/4assits
meta - 12/5reb/2 assists. on 45%+ from the field
pau - 16/10/3assists/1.5 blocks


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OKC Russell Westbrook :24ppg

OKC

Russell Westbrook :24ppg 5rpg 6apg

James Harden (I think he will start):19ppg 4rpg 5apg

Kevin Durant:30ppg 8.5rpg 4apg

Serge Ibaka:10ppg 8rpg 3.5bpg

Kendrick Perkins 6ppg 7rpg 1.5bpg

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heat

Chalmers-10ppg,5apg,3 rpg

Wade-25ppg,6apg,5rpg

James-30 ppg,7apg,9rpg

Battier-8ppg,4rpg,2apg

Bosh-19ppg,9rpg,2apg

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knicks: felton- 12 ppg, 7

knicks:

felton- 12 ppg, 7 apg, 2 rpg

shumpert (when hes back) 12 ppg 4 apg, 4 rpg

carmelo 25 ppg 3 apg 6 rpg

amare 16 ppg 2 apg 7 rpg

chandler 8 ppg 2 apg 8 rpg 2 bpg

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Warriors

Curry- 16ppg, 3rpg, 8apg

Thompson- 14ppg, 3rpg, 2apg

Barnes- 11ppg, 4rpg, 2apg

Lee- 19ppg, 9rpg, 3apg

Bogut- 10ppg, 10rpg, 2apg, 2bpg

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IM

IM

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Celtics: Rajon Rondo - 14ppg

Celtics:

Rajon Rondo - 14ppg 11apg 5rpg 2spg

Avery Bradley - 12ppg 2.5apg 3rpg 1.5spg

Paul Pierce - 17ppg 3apg 5rpg 1spg

Brandon Bass - 11ppg 7rpg .5apg .6bpg .5spg

KG - 16ppg 8rpg 2apg 1bpg 1spg

Jason Terry - 14ppg 2apg 2rpg .6spg

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Nuggets

Denver Nuggets:

Ty Lawson - 17 PPG, 7 APG, 3 RPG, 2 SPG.

Andre Iguodala - 15 PPG, 5 APG, 6 RPG, 1.5 SPG

Danilo Gallinari - 18 PPG, 3.5 APG, 6 RPG, .5 SPG, .5 BPG

Kenneth Faried - 10 PPG, 9 RPG, 1 SPG, 1.5 BPG

JaVale McGee - 9 PPG, 8.5 RPG, 1 SPG, 2.5 BPG

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McGee averaged 10 ppg in just

McGee averaged 10 ppg in just 20 mpg for Denver, I think his role increases and he averages something like 14&9 - a mini breakout season

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Kirk Hinrich - 11 ppg 6.5 apg

Kirk Hinrich - 11 ppg 6.5 apg 1.3 spg

Rip Hamilton - 12 ppg 3 rpg 1.5 apg

Luol Deng - 19 ppg 7.5 rpg 3 apg

Carlos Boozer - 17.5 ppg 9 rpg 1.7 apg

Joakim Noah - 13.5 ppg 11.1 rpg 3 apg

(Rose?) - 19.5 ppg 8 apg 3.5 rpg

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To the guy who made this

To the guy who made this post. Do you mind putting Dwight Howard's prediction stat line. That's kind of a big deal haha

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76ers

Andrew Bynum - 22 ppg 12 reb 2 blk

Jrue Holiday - 16 ppg 7 apg 1.5 steals

Evan Turner - 13 ppg 4 apg 7 reb

Spencer Hawes - 9 ppg 8 reb 2.5 ast 1.5 blk

Thaddeus Young - 12 ppg 5 reb 1 ast

Dorell Wright - 10 ppg 5 reb 2 ast

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only doing ppg

PG- Knight 15ppg

SG- Stuckey 14ppg

SF-Prince 11ppg

PF-Maxiell 7ppg

C-Monroe 17ppg

dont think drummond will start

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Heat and WizardsHeat:PG:

Heat and Wizards

Heat:

PG: Chalmers - 8ppg, 5apg, 2 rpg 1.8spg

SG: Wade - 24ppg, 6.5apg, 5rpg, 1.2spg, 1.6bpg

SF: James - 27.5ppg, 8.5rpg, 8apg, <-- I really think he can with a better bostrich, a healthy wade and allen will

PF: Shane Battier - 5ppg, 5rpg, 3apg, 1.6spg, 0.8bpg

C: Chris Bosh - 18ppg, 9rpg, 1.8bpg

Wizards: Dunno about the rest of the group but I think that Wall and Beal's statline will be:

Wall: 20ppg, 8.5apg, 4rpg

Beal: 15ppg, 5apg, 3rpg

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Wizards

Wall 19 ppg, 9.5 apg, 4.5 rpg, 1 spg

Beal 14 ppg, 2.5 apg, 3.5 rpg/Crawford(6th man) 17 ppg, 3 apg, 2.8 rpg, 1 spg

Ariza 11ppg, 5 rpg, 2.5 apg, 1.7 spg

Nene 15.5, 7.5 rpg, 1.1 bpg 2.2 apg

Okafor 11ppg 9.5 rpg, 1.5 bpg

I believe Crawford will start the beginning of the season since him and Wall have chemistry but Beal should beat him out.

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Mavs very interesting with 3

Mavs very interesting with 3 new starters

Collison 15 ppg 6.5 apg 3.5 rpg 1.5 spg

Mayo 22 ppg 4 apg 4 rpg 1 spg

Marion 11 ppg 7 rpg 2 asp 1 spg

Dirk 25 ppg 7 rpg 3 asp

Kamen 15 ppg 9 rpg 2 asp 1.5 bpg

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A lot of idiots in this

A lot of idiots in this thread, Kevin Seraphin is a lock to be in the Wizards starting lineup and is the 2nd best player on the team.

Wall 21ppg 8.5 apg

Crawford 17ppg 3rpg 3apg

Ariza 8ppg 4rpg 2 apg

Booker 9ppg 8rpg

Seraphin 15ppg 9.5rpg 2bpg

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At least my prediction was

At least my prediction was more realistic. Seraphin showed some up side after the trade deadline but don't c'mon now he's still got a long way to go before he isnt considered a project.And on top of that Nene and Okafor aren't getting paid all this money to be bench players

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Dirk scoring 25 a game

Dirk scoring 25 a game lolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I'll give you 50/1 odds on Dirk to score 25 a game.

And he still has Mayo getting 22 a game lolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, what are the Mavs going to score 115 ppg?

I am not sure if Battier will start. Anthony/Pitt/UD/of Hamilton I don't know who but dont think they are going to start him in the regular season going small all the time+ he is older.

Some dude has Holiday with 7 assists and Turner with 4 unreal will be close on who has more.

Faried and McGee numbers are too low especially scoring, simply will get too many minutes not to get more.

Avery Bradley 2.5 ast a game too low with the minutes he gets at backup point

Also stevie your scoring averages are mostly way too high barring injury you have like 85 points from 6 guys then the Celtics still have Melo, Green, Sullinger, Wilcox, Lee? So you think those players are going to average like 15 points combined???????????????????????????????????????????? Unless there are a lot of injuries you will be off.

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I think I speak for the

I think I speak for the entire forum when I say this:

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Riley you have the Mavericks

Riley you have the Mavericks starters averaging 88 a game, they will average about 94 as a team don't you thinkn there might be somthing wrong guy?

Collison: 12

Mayo 15

Marion 7

Dirk 18

Kaman 13

They have talent on the bench Roddy, Brand, Carter, Delonte, and maybe Cunningham could be good so I don't see any starters playing over 32 minutes a game

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I will leave forever if

I will leave forever if Dallas' starters score 88 a game ok?

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Calmers. 9/3/3 Wade.

Calmers. 9/3/3
Wade. 24.5/5/5
Lebron. 27/8/9
Battier. 8/4/2
Bosh. 19/10/2

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Lakers Nash:

Lakers

Nash: 11ppg.....8apg......2rpg
Kobe: 26ppg......4apg......5rpg
Metta: 13ppg.....2apg,.....6rpg
Pau: 17ppg........4apg......9rpg
Dwight: 16 ppg...2apg.....10rpg

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Booker and Seraphin started

Booker and Seraphin started over Nene last year I dont see why that can't continue

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Nene was battling a foot

Nene was battling a foot injury and they traded for Okafor there's your reason

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83 point starting lineup from

83 point starting lineup from the slowest team in the league is too much someone has to sacrifice, and why is Metta going to get 13 ppg do you have some kind of inside info that he is shooting like Kyle Korver now?

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83 points ain't too much and

83 points ain't too much and keep in mind they won't all play 82 games so some of their individual stats will increase while other guys r out. Also metta is gonna get left open a lot and he played great down the stretch last season. He averaged 12 a game in the playoffs and &$#%#&@! 39% from three, those looks should be even better this year

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Also the lakers 5 starters of

Also the lakers 5 starters of Kobe(28), pau(17), bynum(19), sessions(11), and metta(8) scored 83 a game. You don't think this years starters can do what they already did last year with Nash in the mix?

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Grizzlies

Mike Conley- 13.5ppg, 7.4apg, 2.8rpg, 2.1spg, 0.1bpg

Tony Allen- 8.4ppg, 3.8rpg, 1.4apg, 1.7spg, 0.5bpg

Rudy Gay- 20.7ppg, 6.5rpg, 2.4apg, 1.6spg, 0.9bpg

Zach Randolph- 17.8ppg, 10.5rpg, 1.9apg, 0.3bpg, 1.0spg

Marc Gasol- 15.3ppg, 9.8rpg, 3.4apg, 1.0spg, 2.1bpg

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The Lakers had the worst

The Lakers had the worst bench and highest starter minutes in the league last year. Also Sessions played less than half the year i think for them right? now they have Jamison, Hill, Meeks, and who can take a little of the load off. Artest played big minutes in the playoffs because they had little depth and they needed him to guard Durant, I don't see him playing those type of minutes during the regular season. I dont think way under 83 or anything just a little high though. I think Pau, Metta, and Kobe all a little high, even if Kobe guns like last year which is unlikely his minutes will probably be too low to get you 26.

Nash 12

Kobe 22

Artest 8

Gasol 15

Howard 18

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Suns

Goran Dragic 17.6 ppg 3.5 rpg 7.8 apg 1.4 spg

Shannon Brown 11.3 ppg 2.8 rpg 1.7 apg

Michael Beasley 19.3 ppg 6.2 rpg 1.9 apg

Luis Scola 13.4 ppg 7.3 rpg 2.4 apg

Marcin Gortat 12.6 ppg 9.4 rpg 1.1 bpg

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Gortat from leading scorer to

Gortat from leading scorer to 4th leading scorer?

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Yeah

No one from last years Suns team could create their own shot except for Nash. And he was concentrating on distributing the ball and putting his teammates in a better position to score. Dragic can create his own shot and will have the ball in his hands most of the time. Beasley for better or worse will have the green light to score and Scola has an array of post moves to his disposal. Marcin may score more than Scola but he will be the 3rd scoring option at best.

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Pacers

C. Hibbert 14ppg-11rpg-2.5apg-2blocks
PF. West 12ppg-8rpg 50%fg
SF. Granger 18ppg-7rpg-3apg-1.5spg
SG. George 15ppg-6.5rpg-3apg-2spg-1bpg
PG. Hill 12ppg-6apg-1.5spg

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Mavericks

C. Kaman 15ppg-10rpg-1.5bpg
PF. Nowitzki 21ppg-7rpg
SF. Marion 11ppg-7rpg-1.5spg-1bpg
SG. Mayo 17ppg-4rpg-3apg-1.5spg
PG. Collison 14ppg-7apg

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Curry- 15, 6, 3.5 Klay- 13,

Curry- 15, 6, 3.5

Klay- 13, 2.5, 2.5

Barnes- 12.5, 2.5, 5

Lee- 19, 3.5, 9

Bogut- 11, 2, 8

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two warriors fans say: Klay:

two warriors fans say: Klay: 13, 2.5, 2.5 / Klay: 14ppg, 3rpg, 2apg

Klay Tommy-Gun will be a beast next year: 16-18++ points 4-5 rebounds 2-3 assist

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Curry and Barnes

Curry will score a lot, and Barnes should get his touches, I don't think Klay will be the #1 option. Especially with David Lee too.

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Depends how any minutes he

Depends how any minutes he gets, Rush, Jefferson, and Green have better floor games but his ppm will be high.

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Jazz

Mo Williams 16.8ppg 3.6rpg 5.4apg

Gordon Hayward- 12.4ppg 4.3rpg 3.9apg

Marvin Williams 12.9ppg 5.6rpg 1.5apg

Derrick Favors 13.4ppg 9.3rpg 1.1spg 2bpg

Al Jefferson 20.3ppg 10.2rpg 2.6apg 1.8bpg

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