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Which NBA Rookie This Year Will Have An Impact On Their Team?

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Which NBA Rookie This Year Will Have An Impact On Their Team?

Which NBA Rookie This Year Will Have An Impact On Their Team? Other Than Blake Griffin who else will help their team. Thabeet,Harden,Blair,Hansbrogh,Flynn,Rubio,Hill,Curry,Jennings,Lawson,Williams,Evans,Daye or any other player. Who Fits There team Perfectly and who will have the best season behind Griffin.


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LMAO.

Wow, so Griffin is expected to go to the Clippers and automatically be the best rookie with a frontline like the Clippers already have, Kaman, Camby, Randolph, and Jordan...along with other scoring options like Eric Gordon, Al Thorton, and B-Diddy? Amazing. Anyways, I think if Curry stays in Golden State that he has the most freedom so he'll be able to do the most if he is put ahead of Morrow and Azubuike...or Hill who is said to be like David Lee's replacement and he did outstanding. I think Henderson has a chance to really become a scorer in Charlotte since they are in need of offense. DeJuan Blair fits his team well since they're frontline isn't deep and Duncan may be forced to start at Center so he can possibly beat out the likes of Matt Bonner for the starting job although he isn't considered a Center.

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Harden, Thabeet, and Evans.

Harden, Thabeet, and Evans.

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Blair and Green

Blair and Green

Blair: Able to step in immediately and log time at PF, making the spurs look like Parker, Manu, Jefferson, Blair, and Duncan, with Hill and Mason coming off the bench. He should be able to rebound like crazy and score some too.

Danny Green: Perfect situation. Provides the Cavaliers with a wing who can do anything and play right away. Good 3 point shooter, just what they need

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How about DeRozan

Dude, you totally didn't even mention DeRozan in your original post. This guy is gonna start at least 40 games next year for the raps b/c the Raps don't have any wings at all, let alone athletic young wings with potential. he's gonna be given lots of playing time, as the Coach said after the draft. He'll have a season similar to his One-and done at USC, where he started slow but showed gradual improvement. Maybe 12, 5, 2 when it's all said and done in 28 minutes per game.

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i dont think griffin is

i dont think griffin is going to put up great numbers as a rookie cause the clippers frontline is too crowded

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Jonny Flynn

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Quite a few

I know everyone thinks this draft was weak, I beg to differ. Harden is going to be a stud for the Thunder this year. He reminds me so much of Roy that its frightening. He will put up around 13, 4, and 4 next year. Griffin will be another guy who make an immediate impact, think averages of 17 and 9. Stephen Curry will get a ton of shots next year for GSW so expect him to lead the rookies in scoring and have a couple of 30 point game and maybe even a 40 point game. He may shoot low percentages, but when he is hot, watch out

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Demar Derozan & Jonny Flynn

Demar Derozan...Because the raptors dont really needed a player with those types of skills ( Athletic Wing, That Plays Defense) .......So I think he will start and will produce Through The Season......But Also I Think Flynn, Because He Is On A Horrible Team, and will Start, If Rubio Doesn't Stay, and will produce because he is such a beast

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Input On Grffin

Also Griffin Will Not Produce Because His Team Is Just 2 Stacked With Talent.......I Doubt He Will Average More Than 8 ppg if Players Are Not Thrown Away For The Sake Of Improving a Rookie ( Griffin)

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Evans might

Evans might have the best chance to noticeably change a team being that The Kings are a bottom feeding team at the moment. He will have the chance to prove he is either a PG of the future or just a SG who can sometimes pass the ball. 17 wins in 08 and a few small moves atm Evans has such a opportunity to shine. His size and length will make him a great Defender and if he can handle the ball and pass as well as Sac thinks, he may just surprise people.

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Jennings

His penetration will get shooters like Redd and Meeks open all the time. Give that kid training camp with those two weapons. You people will see. Jennings is 4real.

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It would not shock me at all

It would not shock me at all if it's Dajuan Blair. Despite having 4 All Stars around him he can immediately start at the 4 and provide serious help to a dying contending team.

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