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Did any of you guys expect "ANDERSON VAREJaO" to become this big time rebounder? & would you be upset if he's not an all star this season?


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#1 OFFLINE   *RUDY*

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When we think of NBA players that will improve or show great potential. We think of players like James Harden , Demar Derozan, Demaruc Cousins, Paul George, Stephan Curry , John Wall, Kyrie Irvining etc etc etc etc.... Not "Anderson * SIDESHOW BOB HAIRCUT* Varejao. The guy is 30 years old and his biggest highlight ever was getting dunked on by Dwyane Wade a few years ago. I would expect somebody like "Tyson Chandler" , "Emeka Okafor" , or some other big man in the league to be doing something like this.

To answer my own question I am surprised. His rebounding is very similiar to what Kevin Love did two seasons ago. He's not the scorer K-Love is , but it seems like "VAREJAO" numbers have been improving , since last season. He was grabbing 11 boards and averaging 10 points a game in the 2011-2012 year.


Current stats: 14 points , 14 rebounds, 1.5 spg , 3.4 apg ....


As for him being a all star. I would not be upset if he's not selected. He is averaging double-digits in points , but it's only 14 points. His rebounding numbers definitly shows he should be a reserve or wild card for the eastern conference team , but when I look at Clevelands record. Their one of the worst teams in the eastern conference , so its like whatever to me.

Posted 19 December 2012 - 06:36 PM


#2 ONLINE   Lil Kyrie™

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I don't think he's gonna get selected , they mostly lieu would select brook or Al Horford over him , but he's being playing pretty good of late .

 

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Posted 19 December 2012 - 07:21 PM





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