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JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens"

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Post#1 JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens"
Mon Dec 31, 2012 10:56 am by anuroc

That was his yesterdays answer to a journalist just after the game where he dropped 33 points on 13 shots against leader Real Madrid. He missed his first shot and then he just couldn't miss again



by the way, he is still not 100% healthy :lol:
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Post#2 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Wed Jan 2, 2013 2:28 am by Cro_Ruption

never understood why he couldn't do well in the nba
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Post#3 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Tue Jan 15, 2013 1:00 am by Chalk1

Cro_Ruption wrote:never understood why he couldn't do well in the nba


He only played one season, and managed to average more points than any other Euro guard has in a rookie season.

He'd have done pretty good if he had decided to stay.
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Post#4 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Thu Mar 7, 2013 9:31 am by Damon_3388

Cro_Ruption wrote:never understood why he couldn't do well in the nba


Wasn't on an especially good team, but to say he got abused defensively was an understatement. Scored a bit, but didn't shoot that well either (40% from the field, 36% from downtown). Simply too small (6'3", 170lb) to play the 2 spot in the NBA, and doesn't have the requisite PG skills/athleticism to play the 1 either. Probably would have stuck around for another season or two if he was a few years younger.
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Post#5 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Sat Mar 9, 2013 1:58 am by jman3134

Maybe because he did not have enough plays run for him off the ball. He is great coming off of screens and moving without the ball.
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Post#6 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Fri Mar 15, 2013 3:46 am by kemberlysaver

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Post#7 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Sat Mar 16, 2013 1:03 pm by pohani komarac

Chalk1 wrote:
Cro_Ruption wrote:never understood why he couldn't do well in the nba


He only played one season, and managed to average more points than any other Euro guard has in a rookie season.

He'd have done pretty good if he had decided to stay.


Giricek averaged more

http://www.basketball-reference.com/pla ... cgo01.html

tough Navarro was good in his rookie season
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Post#8 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Mon Apr 1, 2013 5:58 pm by VUK1

Danilovic 13.4ppg > Giricek > Navarro
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Post#9 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Sun Apr 14, 2013 8:09 pm by sorokii

He played 45 games 25+ minutes and in those games he averaged 15.3 ppg 3.5 rpg 3.0 apg. In those Memphis Grizzlies. I think he did good.
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Post#10 Re: JC Navarro: "Sometimes it happens&qu
Sat May 11, 2013 10:41 am by UcanUwill

Cro_Ruption wrote:never understood why he couldn't do well in the nba


Because he plays in different league.

Damon_3388 wrote:Wasn't on an especially good team, but to say he got abused defensively was an understatement. Scored a bit, but didn't shoot that well either (40% from the field, 36% from downtown). Simply too small (6'3", 170lb) to play the 2 spot in the NBA, and doesn't have the requisite PG skills/athleticism to play the 1 either. Probably would have stuck around for another season or two if he was a few years younger.



You sound like he was waived or smth. Although he obviously not a good NBA fit, where in Europe his physical shortcomings aren't that obvious, his ultimate NBA role has always been a 6th. man.
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