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Poll: Who's PPG go up the most as a result of the trade?

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Who's PPG go up the most as a result of the trade?

Afflalo
9
16%
Vucevic
3
5%
Moore
1
2%
Jones
2
4%
Harkless
13
23%
Nicholson
13
23%
O'Quinn
6
11%
Nelson
1
2%
Harris
9
16%
Lamb
0
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Total votes: 57

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Re: Poll: Who's PPG go up the most as a result of the trade? 

Post#16 » by Def Swami » Sat Feb 23, 2013 6:18 am

Moe Harkless. Because of the playing time and because of his new-found aggressiveness.
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Re: Poll: Who's PPG go up the most as a result of the trade? 

Post#17 » by MagicFan32 » Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:49 am

Harkless
his 3 point shot is looking better, he will get more touches, this kid has me pretty excited. this summer i hope he just works on 2 things, his handles, and corner 3's. also add a little weight so he can finish at the rim easier
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Post#18 » by slamjunkie » Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:06 am

maurice is gonna grow up by leaps and bounds.
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Re: Poll: Who's PPG go up the most as a result of the trade? 

Post#19 » by drsd » Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:51 am

I just realized one answer to this poll when thinking about Nicholson; I do not think he will get a numbers bump because Harrington is slated to play. Thus I had O'Quinn as the guy to get the biggest bump; but perhaps that is wrong, depending on perspective in tracking stats.

One answer to this question is Al Harrington. He will go from an unmeasurable ppg (0 points divided by zero minutes is not a measure) to somewhere in a 8-12 ppg range. One cannot say that he is going from 0 ppg to that though, as statistically, that's not how the league tracks stats (he would have had to have played at least 1 minute to have been registered as even being a player).

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