Nick Young and Anthony Morrow
both these guys are scoring machines , Wizards are stunting the growth of Nick Young-.this guy needs a starting spot next year if not he needs to move on , he will be unstoppable IMO and Anthony Morrow also can be an unstoppable scorer he is a nightmare on the perimeter and that will open up the rest of his game. and he is already a great pull up jump shooter and a great shooter off the dribble as well as his beautiful jumper that extends beyond the 3 pt line
do you guys think they can be unstoppable scorers like i do?????
I Just See Nick Young As A Jr.Smith Type Of player .....and Morrow As Pietrus
Niether of them I seeing average 20 ppg in the L.... I think both will be good scorers...
I don't see Young as anything but a scorer...he had 1 summer game where he had like 30pts, 0rebs,1asts
Morrow off the bench can lit it up but not at a high NBA level imo...
I think Nick Young has 20 ppg ability, as long as he plays enough defense to get the minutes necessary to score that much. He is a great talent. JR Smith is a decent comparison, but Nick Young is a much better mid-range player than Smith. Nick Young actually has alot of Kobe Bryant in him, in terms of his moves, in my opinion. Except he isnt as competitive and he doesnt have that killer instinct. Anthony Morrow is going to be more limited because he doesnt get to the rim. He could average around 15 a game though just off of jumpers.
i see morrow a great scorer if on a team where he can start and play good minutes and i could see nick young the most sixth man of the year the most because his mentally is score first so that not much what you need and plus he can not be starter undersized and can't play point because wants to score not pass.
are both really talented and could be potential 20 ppg scorers, but I doubt they ever average more then like 16 or 17 ppg. Young has some very solid moves and an excellent mid range game. I would compare him to a young Kendall Gill. Morrow is an explosive shooter, but does'nt have quite as many weapons in his repetoire.
Nick Young isnt undersized. He has perfect size for a 2 guard. He's 6'6 215 I think.
i agree i went a bit overboard on Morrow , i think he can be a good second option that can score 20 a night , but Nick Young has everything he can be unstoppable he just needs to expand his game same goes for Morrow
I just don't see it
i also see he same for Rudy Gay in the future he also needs to expand his game and he can be un-guardable
Nick Young will be like a 17ppg scorer
Morrow will be a solid 6-8th man off the bench who can score in bunches
Rudy Gay can be a all-star
Mike...not everyone can be a unstoppable scorer...
i know but what can't Rudy Gay and Nick Young do on O? but yes they need to improve their overall game
da guru...what does that have to do with anything?
do this trade to get him minutes
NIck Young put up 30 plus in a an actually game. Dude is nice but he needs to round out his game and also it would be cool if he got trade to New York or New Jersey or Minnesota. Those teams has a spot open and can use a player of his caliber. Also Charlotte could use his scoring too. Morrow to me seems like a 6 man and instant offense but He could start for New York. He defense could hurt him though.
He was dubbed noodles while at USC for a reason, the kid has a lot of one on one moves. I do agree with the poster that said the Wizards are stunting his growth. The Wizards have a ball dominant Gilbert Arenas, and while he was out last season with an injury, Caron Butler took over that role.
It would be nice to see how Nick would do for a young team with no established core of players, but that's totally irrelevant to the topic.
I don't ever see Nick averaging 20 points per in a Wizards uniform especially with the recent addition of Randy Foye, and Mike Miller. I love the poster he had for Lebron a couple season's ago, it was just plain sick!