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Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2

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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

Post#21 » by tbhawksfan1 » Mon Oct 5, 2020 7:16 pm

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tbhawksfan1 wrote:I've been on Bertans from the beginning. Get a good deal TS. Also like Burkes and/or Burke cheap



You have? I don’t remember. Prove the post or it never happened. I can prove a post where a poster didn’t want Jaylen Brown for Bembry. I can have that on your desk by 4! :lol:


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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

Post#22 » by tbhawksfan1 » Mon Oct 5, 2020 7:17 pm

It's really not a reach. In a very limited FA year Bertans has made the most sense from the beginning
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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

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tbhawksfan1 wrote:I've been on Bertans from the beginning. Get a good deal TS. Also like Burkes and/or Burke cheap



You have? I don’t remember. Prove the post or it never happened. I can prove a post where a poster didn’t want Jaylen Brown for Bembry. I can have that on your desk by 4! :lol:


I trust my account of my posts, if you don't have at it :lol:



Just don’t say anything stupid like our old acquaintance the back stabbing bag of dirt, ya... her. :lol:
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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

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Post#25 » by myrak433 » Sat Oct 17, 2020 3:29 pm

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Post#27 » by graymule » Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:53 pm

Reddish is stronger and taller! Wow! And, now he's healthy before the season!
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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

Post#28 » by Jamaaliver » Tue Jan 12, 2021 9:35 pm

D Hunter looking amazing thus far in year 2. Leading the pack in both offense and defense.

Cam...is also there. Pulling up the rear. :nonono:

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Re: Expectations for DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in Year 2 

Post#29 » by Jamaaliver » Wed Jan 13, 2021 2:11 am

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De'Andre Hunter, Atlanta Hawks

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De'Andre Hunter is building up a lot of goodwill to start the season. Pretty much every part of his game has improved compared to his rookie year.

Putting the ball in his hands is no longer a risky proposition. His drives are less predictable. He's shifting speeds and making smarter passes. His turnover rate as the pick-and-roll ball-handler has dropped from 16.7 percent last year to a ridiculously low 5.3 now.

Take him off the ball and he'll still make an impact. He's canning 41.2 percent of his catch-and-shoot treys. His defense is also sturdier.

This isn't a player the Atlanta Hawks should actively be looking to move. Cam Reddish is more disruptive at the defensive end but remains an offensive wild card. Hunter is by far and away the Hawks' best two-way wing.

But injuries have masked just how crowded their rotation will eventually be, and their recent offensive slumps suggest they might need to shake things up by way of player consolidation. Hunter has two more years left on his rookie-scale deal, and every team is in the market for building-block wings.

More than Kevin Huerter or even John Collins, both of whom will require new contracts sooner, Hunter gives Atlanta the baseline for a star-landing trade offer—assuming the right star, likely a much higher-end perimeter player not named James Harden, becomes available.
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