Watched some of the michigan game today and really like what i saw of burke.
He seems to make good decisions most of the time and run the offense well..... a few of his misses today were offensive rebound put backs by teammates because of his penetration and drawing multiple defenders.
PKM prank PM'd me.
PM ditched me.
I agree with PKM to a degree. I can see the PG's in the draft being good, but not All-Stars. But, so what? Are we really looking for a top tier PG? I've always felt we simply needed a good, young PG to complete our core and then our future team would be very balanced and dangerous. Favors will hopefully turn superstar, and one or two of Kanter/Hayward/Burks/PG will make some All-Star games. One of the PG's from this draft could give us that; we're not looking for a savior, just a missing piece to the puzzle.
Dennis Rodman has dominated Rebounding Percentage more than anyone has dominated any major stat.Rebounding percentage correlates more strongly with winning than points per game.Rodman has the highest Margin of Victory differential of any player since 1986 with a remotely similar sample size[Rodman's] Win% differential is #1 of the 470 players who qualified for the study—by a wide margin
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