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Rodrigue Beaubois

How about the line from the kid tonight:

40pts on 15-22FG, 9-11 from 3, 8 reb, 3ast, 3blk, and only 1 turnover

It is clear why Cuban says that this kid is untouchable

Oh, and Toliver grabbed 20 rebounds in the second half alone.


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Word. Although it was late

Word.

Although it was late in th season against a lifeless warriors squad, but everyone gets to play them.

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People need to stop looking

People need to stop looking at Warriors boxscores. It is the only way to stop the bi-weekly threads about someone putting up big numbers in a game where the stats don't matter at all.

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I read that his 9 3point

I read that his 9 3point shots is the highest ever for a rookie in a game,If this is true then I think he deserved his own thread no matter team he is playin against (not to mention a 6'0ft who makes 3 block is also impressive)

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So there still has not been

So there still has not been a rookie to ever hit nine 3s in a game where the opponent played defense. Big deal.

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Wow, no wonder Cuban was adament to trading this guy away. Even though it was against a Golden State team, who cares! The man still dropped 40 points. Scoring that many against any NBA team is pretty hard.

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It isn't like MIchael

It isn't like MIchael Dickerson and Darius Miles have done it before.

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Roddy's had a couple of

Roddy's had a couple of games like this over the year. I think he's had a couple of 30+ games too. He's showing outstanding potential. His athleticism and length are great and he's showing he can shoot the rock and avoid turnovers. Very impressive performance

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no he hasn't, before last

no he hasn't, before last game his career high was 24.

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i dont think hes ever had a

i dont think hes ever had a 30 point game before this

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Roddy is a sg

If later in his career he has the opportunity to play aside a big point guard, he can score 20 a game as a sg. He's a very good shooter, got a 6-10 wingspan and very good athleticism. In his French team of Cholet, he was more a scoring guard than a point and he proved it yesterday.

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When i saw him play in

When i saw him play in summer league i knew this guy was as stud and he may have scored that 30 there or preseason but i know he has put up big number before. He is just a great player but i dont know if he will ever be a point guard. He definitely makes up for the Devin Harris trade and with Kidd teaching him he should be no worst than Arenas as a point guard.

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I've said it before, I think

I've said it before, I think he has the ability to be a Tony Parker type player, but he's already a better shooter than Parker has ever been. He also has the ability to be just as good a defender as Rondo and Westbrook, he has a ways to go in that department though. He's not a true PG either, but he could get some help in that area playing with a guy like Jason Kidd. I love this guy's potential.

I think he could give the Lakers problems if they play them in the playoffs, similar to Aaron Brooks. He could be a secret weapon in a series like that.

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yeah im not too worried

yeah im not too worried about him in the playoffs. kidd will be playing major minutes.. thats win that otation gets pretty tight. he has had some good games but you judge a player by the whole season and as far as that goes i dont see him being that big of a threat

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He's not a threat to YOU,

He's not a threat to YOU, but he'll have an impact in the playoffs..He's played pretty well throughout this season, this wasn't just a one time thing.

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i doubt the lakers are

i doubt the lakers are making a game plan to stop him..hes getting more minutes and looks atthe end of the season..never been playoff tested and kidd will be playing more minutes then usual. hes putting up 7 a game and doesnt rack up ast. as far as offensive option he will be behind dirk,butler,marion,kidd....so he may be a threat to YOU but i doubt very seriously the lakers game plan is to stop a back up 7ppg rookie who has no play off experience

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I like his potential, but

I like his potential, but let's wait before we start calling him a "stud" and "great" player.

I think he's learning more playing behind Jason Terry, not Jason Kidd... Terry is who he'll be like.

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on top of never doing much

on top of never doing much against us when he has played. and we all know how much different the playoof intensity is. yeah not to worried. as a fan not worried at all not even a lil..more worried about jason teryy, who i forgot to mention who he will behind as well int he playoffs as a offensive option

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Yea they're not going to

Yea they're not going to gameplan against him, I never said they would, but that could be an advantage. Especially if they let him play PG in spurts, he could be a real mismatch for the Lakers since Fisher and Farmar have trouble with quicker guards.

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Lol yea... He'd be Fisher's

Lol yea... He'd be Fisher's worst nightmare. I wouldn't be surprised if he put up a couple of big games in the playoffs. He's capable of that.

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I don't care who is playing

I don't care who is playing D, 9-11 from 3 is impressive.

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i think ya'll undervaule

i think ya'll undervaule what happens in the playoffs. he will get less time less shots in the playoffs. theres a reason he got zero minutes against the lakers twice. we arent talking about this guy in the future we are talking about this guy now. 2 good teams probably close games..watch how his minutes shrink and how jason kidds increase.especially since hes not a passer( 1ast a game) and his stregth is scoring in which he willbe the 5th option at best

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Well... It was the Warriors

Well... It was the Warriors though. You can't ignore that lol.

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i like the guy and his

i like the guy and his future as much as the next guy but imnot gonna go over board because i know how playeers get more time during blow outs and hte end of the year and also know how teams tighten up that lineup come playoff time as well as how much harder it is for rookies to not only score but get calls. i can see fisher hitting himwith somenice welcome to the playoff elbows in the games that he does play and the battle tested farmer welcoming him as well

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I don't know Quincey. I know

I don't know Quincey. I know the rotations shrink in the playoffs. I'm not saying he'll get consistent minutes and shots in the playoffs. I do think he could be inserted in a few games to provide his team with a spark.

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His minutes will probably

His minutes will probably stay the same, but he's going to need to hit his shots and not turn the ball to get his regular minutes. If he plays well in his 1st game and possibly his 2nd game, he will get good time. He's been inconsistent, and isn't a very good defender despite his physical tools, so if he turns it over and plays bad D then he won't play. But he's getting 7 ppg in 12 mins, it's not like they will just cut his minutes for no reason. He doesn't play much to begin with, and he's still been a productive offensive player.

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it happens every year...if

it happens every year...if kidds minutes go up like it will and terrys minutes go up then that means the back upguards mintues go down correct?..i understand ya'll like him alot but thats how the playoffs has gone every year. look at his minutes int he regular season..he will have 16 minutes and have a pretty good game then not play a single minute the next game...and thats regular season

i can understand in a blow out but we are talking about in the playoffs against the lakers were every game could be close. youre main scorers need the ball or need to be set up to be in the best position to score...he cant do that..hes proved he can score sometimes but hes also proven his court vision is subpar at best. close game where every possession counts you want kidd and or terry in the game

turst me as a laker fan i would looooove for him to get more minutes in a playoff game against us. i pray that he does. much rather see him then kidd or terry

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^ I agree. The Mavs are a

^ I agree. The Mavs are a team that is aging and they want to win it now. They have Kidd and Terry, they are not going to give a rookie with no playoff experience a lot of minutes.

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.if kidds minutes go up like

".if kidds minutes go up like it will and terrys minutes go up then that means the back upguards mintues go down correct?"

Yea. I think his minutes will stay the same. Jason Terry is a backup too. It's not like he plays a bunch of minutes anyway. It's all about matchups. He'll play whenever Coach Carlisle thinks he has a matchup.

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First unless the Mavs got

First unless the Mavs got the fourth spot Both the Lakers&Mavs have to think about Jazz&Nuggets first so I think the argument of what he can do against the Lakers should be delayed for a while
second in the playoffs in close games every play is important and in close games the plays made by rotation players could be critical i.e it won't just be all about the players made by the greats like Dirk,Kobe,Melo etc but from the whole team
I mean Barea played great minutes against Tony parker last year
Beaubois can provide such minutes as Barea last year ,and If Terry played as bad as last years playoffs he can be more important than we really thought
but with that said I think we should wait and see what will happen in the playoffs
That said I still believe he was an impact players in the games he really played in it in the regular season(and 90% of mavs fan who watch the team's every game agree with that)

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barea could get a rack of

barea could get a rack of assist as well though.. all this guy does is score. look how spoty his minutes are int he regular season where therew isnt more at stake and the defense isnt as good. you truely believe he will do the same thing when hes going against very good teams everynight that can game plan better?...have ya'll seen how different the playoffs is from the regular season?..he gets 12min a game in the regular season where defense is more lax and you go against some good and alot of bad teams.

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look at his minutes for the

look at his minutes for the season or for the last 5 games

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i think some fans have more faith in him then the team does. i see 2 playoff teams in that bunchand thats where he got the least amount of minutes

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It's all about matchups......

It's all about matchups......

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and look at the past month

and look at the past month where he gets the most minutes and most scoring. then look and see where he gets the least amount of minutes ..compare his stats against playoff teams and his minutes compared to non playoff teams a and minutes

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Let's just wait until the

Let's just wait until the playoffs.

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and it seems against the

and it seems against the good teams dallas doesnt think he matchs up well.. and in the playoffs thouse are the temas he will be facing. the ones where dallas doesnt think he matchs up well.. as i look through there schedule i notice almost all his good games come against bad or non playoff teams. and that majority of the time he doesnt play much if at all against good playoff teams. i really really doubt that changes in the much more competitive playoffs

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im just curious what any of

im just curious what any of the being a threat talk is based off of?..he has good games against bad teams sometimes and barley plays against good teams

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Lets wait until the

Lets wait until the playoffs. I already said everything that can possibly be said and so have you. We'll just have to see. Matchups will come to light though, so we'll see how he matches up.

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yep..theres zero proof that

yep..theres zero proof that he will do much int he playoffs. ive checked out the minutes he gets against each of these playoff teams( since you mentioned matchups) and it isnt pretty. i can understand if the bad teams he played well against were in the playoffs but theres nothing that shows he will all of a sudden get more time against the teams he already gets lil to no time against and has proved that he is a nonfactor when he has played against them....now this time these arent opinions these are facts from checking out his points minutes against the playoff teams/matchups. my guess is many of ya'll forgot about how he gets lilminutes or does very lil against these playoff teams

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Lets wait until the

Lets wait until the playoffs. I already said everything that can possibly be said and so have you. We'll just have to see. Matchups will come to light though, so we'll see how he matches up.

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I don't care how he plays

I don't care how he plays against other teams. I said I didn't think he matched up well with the Lakers in a playoff series. He hasn't done much against the Lakers thiss eason, but I think he could be a secret weapon against them in the playoffs. Just a thought.

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against westernconference

against westernconference playoff teams

3.3ppg 3.95min a game for the season...i didnt cont the games against houston because i dont think they are in the playoofs or close right now..but i didnt look at there standings so i could be wrong

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lol..ok..secret weapon...i

lol..ok..secret weapon...i guess i can go out on a limp and say adam morrison could be a secret weapon against dallas as well

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If Adam Morrison was

If Adam Morrison was actually good or apart of the Lakers rotation....I guess you could.

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neither has done a thing

neither has done a thing against each other team so they are int he same boat. actually our secret weapon is sasha since hes played better against dallas then rodrique has against the lakers.. better watch out for sasha

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actually i take that

actually i take that back..adam has 2 less points in less mins then rodrigue does against dalls then he has against the lake show....better watch out for that secret weapon baby!!!!

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But Beaubois actually plays

But Beaubois actually plays in actual NBA games and has been productive somewhat while being efficient, so he's farther along the lines than Morrison. It also hurts that Morrison is on the bubble of dressing out in the playoffs. He might not make the 12 man roster. Beaubois doesn't have that worry.

Vujacic has to make jump shots to be a factor. He hasn't made a shot since George W. Bush was President of the free world. He could though, he's just not confident. He could be a sleeper if he makes his 1st shot. That always helps rhythm.

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but like you saud we are

but like you saud we are talking about against the lakers not every other nba team. if we took just playoff teams in account then rodrique is a none factor just like adam

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rodrigue will be lucky to

rodrigue will be lucky to get in games during the playoffs. only gets 4min a game against playoff teams and thats all thats gonna be in the playoffs. and he proved he cant do much if anything against playoff teams. its a different story if they allow the bad teams in as well in which he plays more and does better.

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Adam Morrison isn't a

Adam Morrison isn't a matchup problem for anyone on the Mavs, or any team. He's a liability. That's why he's a longshot to even dress for the games. Who does he match up well with?

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We'll see. He could be lucky

We'll see. He could be lucky to get the opportunity to show what he's made of. Or he could play bad. It depends on matchups. As I keep saying. We all know Fisher looks bad against sppedy players, and Beaubois on Fisher could be a matchup problems because of his speed.

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