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    The season is about a month away, so what do you see the Knicks starters averaging? REALSTIC please, nothing with Curry averaging 28 ppg or Randolph leading the NBA in points or Crawford with 45% 3pt and etc.

    Marbury - 15-17 ppg 7 assist. 10 dimes. 44% FG 36% 3pt

    Crawford - 15-18 ppg 4 assist 42% FG 35% 3pt

    Richardson - 9 -12 ppg 7 rebs 43% FG 37% 3pt

    Randolph - 22 - 24 ppg 9 rebs 50% FG

    Curry - 15-17 ppg 7 rebs 57% FG

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    Lee - 10 and 11 60% FG 80% FT ending hunger in a country once per game.
    Balkman - 7 ppg 8 rebs 1.5 blks 1.6 stls
    Robinson - 8-9 ppg mucho turnovers.
    Mardy Collins - 6 ppg 3 rebs 3 assist.
    Jefferies - -449449 ppg 5 rebs

    I guess it depends what tempo we're running. If we're running the slow its all about Eddy tempo, I expect 97 ppg. If we up the tempo, I expect 100-102 ppg, with players maxing out on their ppg total, great for the team.
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    marbury - 16.8 ppg..8.8 apg..3 rpg.....45%fg%age....36%3pt%age
    crawford - 15.4 ppg..5.3 apg..3.5 rpg..42% fg%age..34%3pt%age
    richardson..13.9 ppg..3.5 apg..6.7 rbg..47.2 fg%age..38%3pt%age
    randolph..22 ppg..3 apg..10.1 rpg..49% fg%age..31% 3pt%age
    curry..19.1 ppg..4 agp..8.2 rpg..51.1 fg%age..68% free throw %age

    our starters will average around 80 ppg

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    Steph 10-13 pts 7-9.5 assist 1stl 79% ft pct
    Crawford 12-14 pts 4-5 assist 38% fg 35 3pt pct 81ft pct
    Q 11-13 pts 6-8 rebs 38 3pt pct 77 ft pct
    Zach 18-19.5 pts 9-10 rebs 45 fg% 80% ft
    Eddy 17-19 pts 7-9 rebs 1blk(I can hope can't I) 52% fg 76% ft pct

    Lee 10-12pts 10-12- rebs 80% ft pct 52% fg
    Balk 6-8 pts 6-8 rebs .8 blk 1stl 50% fg pct
    Mardy 5-7pts 3-5 assist 1stl 3-5 rebs
    Nate 8-10 pts 2-3 assist 39% 3pt pct 80% ft pct

    We should score more than last year, we should be able to take advatage of the being in the bonus, but we should've been a playoff team or atleast fighting for a spot until the final day for the last two years. I think if our players put up these numbers we can be a solid team in the reg season, and maybe a tough playoff team, but the key is our D and TO's have to improve. Eddy to me doesn't have to Block a lot of shots but he just has to establish himself as a presence down there to give us a chance

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    This is kind of tough because you don't know the starting lineup or the exact rotation the players are going to get. But i don't see anything to outlandish from anybody.

    Marbury- For us to win he has to continue to pick his spots offense and dish so we need his ppg to drop actually.

    12 ppg 7 assists 42% and we need him to raise his FT % into the 80s

    Crawford- Crawford is so too to guadge and predict because he is so streak. The two key spots for him are FG % and 3 %. if he could raise each of them we'd have something.

    15ppg 4 assists FG 42% 3 % 38

    Jefferies- I still think he should and possibly will start at the 3. I don't need anything special from him. Just need him to be the player he was in Washington, thats all i want. From what i hear hes in the best shape of his life so maybe he can bring something.

    6 ppg 5 rebounds and solid D

    Zach Randolph- He'll score his point but my key stat areas for him are rebounding and keeping his FT % in the 80's like it was las year.

    18ppg 9.5 rebounds and 82 % from the line

    Curry- Key for him is other than defense and lowering the TO's is the FT percentage. He averaged 19.5 ppg last year while only shooting 60 % from the line. If he can lift that average to the low 70's he would really continue his growth.

    23 ppg 8 rebounds and how about this one metro 0.9 blocks a game ha.


    Q- If he can give me the numbers he put up last year for a whole season i would be more than happy with that.

    13ppg 6 rebounds might be a stetch but with Curry and Randolph downlow maybe he can reclaim that outside touch and shoot 40 + % from 3.


    Lee- Work on that midrange jumper and stay healthy and hes perfect how he is.

    12 ppg 8 rebounds and hustle plays

    Balkman basically the same as lee with allittle less scoring

    8 ppg 6 rebounds and defense stat filler.

    Mardy- I for some reason love fell in love with him last year, so expect big numbers and also the better he plays the less Nate is on the floor.

    8ppg 5 assists 5 rebounds Smart play and no turnovers.

    Key stat for the team as a whole is FT %

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    I can't see Curry averaging more points than Randolph, especially when Randolph is a superior offensive player.

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    Marbury - 15-17 ppg 7 assist. 10 dimes. 44% FG 36% 3pt 2 interns

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    Curry 21-24 ppg 8-10 reb, Imma pray for a block a game.

    Randolph 17-21 a game 11-13 reb. 2 ast, 80 %

    J.C. 15-18 PPG, 4-5 Ast, 38-40% fg, 37 3pt. over 80 ft %

    Q 13-16 pp, 6-8 reb, 38-40% fg, over 40 from 3, 75-80% ft

    Steph, 11-13 ppg, over 40% fg, over 40% from three, 8-10 ast per, 75-80 ft.


    Curry will still be the focal point of the offense as he should be. He will avg 20 easily this season. Possibly Zach too.

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    marbury- 15-17 ppg / 7-9 apg / 44% FG / 39% 3P FG
    crawford- 12-15 ppg / 4-5 apg / 35% FG / 33% 3p FG
    Q- 9-12 ppg / 6 rpg / 46% FG / 40% 3P FG
    randolph- 17-19 ppg / 8-10 rpg / 49% FG
    curry- 16-19 ppg / 5-7 rpg / 52% FG

    starters average scoring- 76-78 ppg

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    honarable mention...

    lee- 9-12 ppg / 9-12 rpg / 58% FG
    balkman- 6-9 ppg / 7-10 rpg / 51% FG
    robinson- 7-10 ppg / 3-5 apg / 40% FG / 40% 3P FG
    jeffries- 3-5 ppg / 4-5 rpg / 45% FG
    collins- 4-5 ppg / 4-6 apg / 50% FG
    chandler- 3-4 ppg / 3-5 rpg / 40% FG
    rose- 2-3 ppg / 3-5 rpg / 45% FG

    with the amount of talent this team has on paper there is no reason we shouldnt average 100+ ppg. again thats only on paper who knows about the real world

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    Originally Posted by Knicks4lyfe
    Curry 21-24 ppg 8-10 reb, Imma pray for a block a game.

    Randolph 17-21 a game 11-13 reb. 2 ast, 80 %

    J.C. 15-18 PPG, 4-5 Ast, 38-40% fg, 37 3pt. over 80 ft %

    Q 13-16 pp, 6-8 reb, 38-40% fg, over 40 from 3, 75-80% ft

    Steph, 11-13 ppg, over 40% fg, over 40% from three, 8-10 ast per, 75-80 ft.


    Curry will still be the focal point of the offense as he should be. He will avg 20 easily this season. Possibly Zach too.
    Wrong, Zach is superior offensively and is much more versitle. Terrible predictions, Curry would be lucky to average 18 points this season.

    Curry = 16 points

    Zach Randolph = 22

    Marbury = 15

    Crawford = 18

    Richardson = 10

    Lee = 9

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