Klomp wrote:Good to know that Ricky is just an average NBA starting point guard.
If it was sarcasm, I don't see who you're responding to, if you're serious, then gtfo.
The Development Of Big Men Prospects Julius Randle and Isaiah Austin are still 7-8 years away from the prime of their careers. Randle is better equipped to physically dominate undermanned opponents, but there arenÂ’t many of those guys at the next level. And while he is the safer bet right now, that doesnÂ’t mean itÂ’s a guarantee. Young big men donÂ’t necessarily develop on a straight line.
FinnTheHuman wrote:Man, guys on that board are mostly guys who follow only their own teams and the best or most hyped players, and they base their opinion on teams and players they don't watch from their stats. I don't read a thing there, when I did it caused me some serious IQ drop.
DusterBuster wrote:Klomp is like the ultimate troll mod.
Esohny wrote:Why are you asking Klomp? "He's" actually a bot that posts random blurbs from a database.
FinnTheHuman wrote:The only reason he didn't play big minutes in Europe is because he was a teenager, and Barcelona is the strongest team in Europe, half of their players would play important roles in the NBA. Also, Rubio's game is better for NBA because of a bigger court (3 point line in Europe was 6.25 until couple of years, and now it's 6.75 opposed to NBA's 7.25), and because of better shooters and drivers in the NBA who use his assists better.
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