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RE: AAC in the NBA
Jonathan Simmons is averaging about 14 for the Magic. He's had several 20+ games.
02-07-2018 04:45 AM
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RE: AAC in the NBA
Your boy, Kemba Walker, is averaging 22.6 points and 5.8 assists.

Also:

Andre Drummond: 15 points, 15.4 rebounds
Rudy Gay: 11.5 points
Shabazz Napier: 9.4 points
02-07-2018 07:05 AM
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What percentage of NBA players are AAC school products?

We could put together a pretty solid team is my guess.
02-07-2018 11:59 AM
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RE: AAC in the NBA
Will Barton and Tyreke Evans are having career years.

Derrick Rose's knees are made of gummy worms.

Tarik Black is with Houston and going to opposing teams locker rooms.
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02-07-2018 12:13 PM
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Tyreke is averaging 20 pts, 5rbs, 5ast per game this season.
02-07-2018 12:31 PM
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RE: AAC in the NBA
Semi Ojeleye and Sterling Brown are key contributors for the the Celtics and Bucks respectively. Ben Moore got his first minutes of the season for the Pacers earlier this week.
02-07-2018 12:50 PM
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(02-07-2018 12:50 PM)mustangxc Wrote:  Semi Ojeleye and Sterling Brown are key contributors for the the Celtics and Bucks respectively. Ben Moore got his first minutes of the season for the Pacers earlier this week.

I wouldn't necessarily call Semi a key contributor considering he has the 4th lowest PER among qualifying candidates. His shooting hasn't really translated yet, which is pretty surprising to me...I thought he would turn into a prototypical 3'n'D guy.
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02-07-2018 01:11 PM
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Shocker golden boy Ron Baker is out with a shoulder.

https://nypost.com/2018/02/01/exploring-...er-injury/

Quote:It has been an injury-riddled sophomore season for the undrafted Baker after he impressed coach Jeff Hornacek and Knicks brass with his defensive tenacity last season as a rookie and earned a whopping raise.

The Knicks gave Baker the room exception — a two-year, $8.9 million pact. He’s making $4.3 million this season after earning the rookie minimum of $543,000 in his first year.

The size of the contract raised eyebrows among agents and league executives, but the Knicks are only obsessed with having cap space for 2019, when the deal expires.

In fact, a person familiar with the Baker decision told The Post recently the Knicks were willing to make the steep investment because they liked everything he represented and viewed him as a potential defensive anchor along with Lance Thomas.

Because of a sprained ankle, a shoulder sprain and a broken cheekbone, the masked Baker has played in just 29 games this season but had finally found his niche. Enes Kanter said after the loss to the Lakers last month his teammates must use Baker as an example of how hard they need to play.

“Of course we’re going to miss him a lot,” Kanter said Wednesday. “He’s an important piece of our team. Other guys need to step up, and I believe they’re going to do a really good job.”

Ron was the ambassador of Play Angry.


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02-07-2018 03:02 PM
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RE: AAC in the NBA
(02-07-2018 01:11 PM)BearcatMan Wrote:  
(02-07-2018 12:50 PM)mustangxc Wrote:  Semi Ojeleye and Sterling Brown are key contributors for the the Celtics and Bucks respectively. Ben Moore got his first minutes of the season for the Pacers earlier this week.

I wouldn't necessarily call Semi a key contributor considering he has the 4th lowest PER among qualifying candidates. His shooting hasn't really translated yet, which is pretty surprising to me...I thought he would turn into a prototypical 3'n'D guy.


I don’t Mind if you cut the word “key” out of that sentence. Fact is that Semi and Sterling made rosters and are contributing to their teams in their rookie seasons. I don’t think too many Mustang fans expected Ben Moore to make the show but he was tearing it up for the Mad Ants and recently got the call. Good stuff.
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02-07-2018 03:04 PM
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RE: AAC in the NBA
(02-07-2018 01:11 PM)BearcatMan Wrote:  
(02-07-2018 12:50 PM)mustangxc Wrote:  Semi Ojeleye and Sterling Brown are key contributors for the the Celtics and Bucks respectively. Ben Moore got his first minutes of the season for the Pacers earlier this week.

I wouldn't necessarily call Semi a key contributor considering he has the 4th lowest PER among qualifying candidates. His shooting hasn't really translated yet, which is pretty surprising to me...I thought he would turn into a prototypical 3'n'D guy.

By key contributors I meant rotation players. Semi routinely guards the opponent’s best player including Lebron on his NBA debut. I agree that his offense has been surprisingly lackluster. Sterling has definitely had a greater offensive impact for the Bucks.
02-07-2018 04:52 PM
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