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    Default Project Gallo's Stats and Perfromance



    18 PPG
    6 RPG
    6 APG
    1 BPG
    1 SPG
    48% FG
    40% 3FG

    Gallo will be our best player next year, by far. His combination of slashing and shooting will not only allow him to score, but also create opportunities for others. He can play the point forward, and initiate the offense. Similar to Hedo Turkoglu, except I think Gallo will be more aggressive, and he's a better shooter. What are your opinions/expectations for him this coming season?

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44


    18 PPG
    6 RPG
    6 APG
    1 BPG
    1 SPG
    48% FG
    40% 3FG

    Gallo will be our best player next year, by far. His combination of slashing and shooting will not only allow him to score, but also create opportunities for others. He can play the point forward, and initiate the offense. Similar to Hedo Turkoglu, except I think Gallo will be more aggressive, and he's a better shooter. What are your opinions/expectations for him this coming season?

    If he's gonna be 100% healthy that should be about right. Also I think his range is very close between the 2 and 3 so he may go 45%FG and 42%3FG. D'Angtony said the other day that Gallo is the best 6'10'' shooter he's ever seen and in that morning practice Gallo shoot 23 straight 3 pointers.
    If he can go 18-20 PPG and all other stats you mentioned I think he will open a lot of next year FA eyes. If he does that, Lee, Nate and Chandler(if they are still here) match or improve their last year stats and Hill and TD shows potential we might have some play off buzz. Then we can only sign one big name(Lebron, Wade, Bosh) next year and be a player again in 2011 market after curry and jeffries are gone(if we can't move them sooner.)

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    I honestly expect him to shoot like 45% from 3...

    15ppg
    4rpg
    2apg
    1bpg
    47% FG
    45% 3p FG

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    15-18 ppg
    45-47% FG
    38-40% 3pt
    85% + FT
    5-6 rebs
    3-4 assist
    1.2 stl
    .5 blk
    1.9 to's
    36 minutes per game

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    ay ay...im no gallo hater or nothing. In fact i hope he can put up numbers like that. But c'mon, 15-18 points is possible but to be averging 6 and 6 otherwise is damn near kobe like... You guys sure do love this kid w/o seeing him ever play a healthy game. Theres a number of nba players that can hit 23 shots (WIDE OPEN IN PRACTICE)...Lets hope, but geez, give the kid some years

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    Originally Posted by Coastyn
    ay ay...im no gallo hater or nothing. In fact i hope he can put up numbers like that. But c'mon, 15-18 points is possible but to be averging 6 and 6 otherwise is damn near kobe like... You guys sure do love this kid w/o seeing him ever play a healthy game. Theres a number of nba players that can hit 23 shots (WIDE OPEN IN PRACTICE)...Lets hope, but geez, give the kid some years

    1)Kobe is more like 30/6/6. Turkoglu averaged 20/5.7/5 in 2007 and that who we most likely compare gallo. Like with any prediction it may not happend but also is not a big reach. Although is just his second seasson and his first (I hope healthy) so maybe 4-5rpg and 3-4apg is more realistic.

    2) Name those players that can hit 23 straight 3 pointers even wide open in practice( they dont have to even be 6'10''). I'll bet you will stop before 5.

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    1. michael redd
    2. ray allen
    3. peja
    4. rashual butler
    5.jason kapono


    In practice, just shooting around, no clock, at their own pace. These people are in the NBA...thats what they do...If u can pop 3pt jumpers and you call yourself a 3pt shooter you should be able to this. I play college ball and I know pure shooting bench players who can do this


    Dont get it twisted...23 in a row is impressive

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    Lets go with Peja Stojakovic overall career stats

    45.4% fg
    40.2% 3 pt
    89.4% FT

    17.7 pts
    4.9 reb
    1.8 assists

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    Originally Posted by Coastyn
    1. michael redd
    2. ray allen
    3. peja
    4. rashual butler
    5.jason kapono


    In practice, just shooting around, no clock, at their own pace. These people are in the NBA...thats what they do...If u can pop 3pt jumpers and you call yourself a 3pt shooter you should be able to this. I play college ball and I know pure shooting bench players who can do this


    Dont get it twisted...23 in a row is impressive
    I don't see Gallo as a three point specialist of the bench and I hope he doesen't become one therefore I was not thinking Butler, Kapono etc. more like a starter.
    The others make some sense.
    Reed- maybe
    Peja-maybe
    Ray Allen-for sure

    And none of them are 6'10''

    Then again he may never become as those three players but you got to like the potential.

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    Gallinari will Average next season:

    11.3 Points
    4.6 Rebounds
    4.1 Assists
    44% FG
    39% 3pt

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    He'll crock his back in preseason and be in a wheelchair the rest the season, doing charity events with Yao Ming

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    Originally Posted by Dirk
    He'll crock his back in preseason and be in a wheelchair the rest the season, doing charity events with Yao Ming
    Thanks, for the positive thoughts! Are you a Knicks fan or Mavs?

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44


    18 PPG
    6 RPG
    6 APG
    1 BPG
    1 SPG
    48% FG
    40% 3FG

    Gallo will be our best player next year, by far. His combination of slashing and shooting will not only allow him to score, but also create opportunities for others. He can play the point forward, and initiate the offense. Similar to Hedo Turkoglu, except I think Gallo will be more aggressive, and he's a better shooter. What are your opinions/expectations for him this coming season?
    I'm cool with those numbers, maybe he'll be a tad under. I think he has the tools to get those numbers. Let's just hope he is finally healthy!!

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    I've been looking for a yerba connection, maybe you guys can point me in the direction of the one you use.

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    Originally Posted by JayJ44


    18 PPG
    6 RPG
    6 APG
    1 BPG
    1 SPG
    48% FG
    40% 3FG

    Gallo will be our best player next year, by far. His combination of slashing and shooting will not only allow him to score, but also create opportunities for others. He can play the point forward, and initiate the offense. Similar to Hedo Turkoglu, except I think Gallo will be more aggressive, and he's a better shooter. What are your opinions/expectations for him this coming season?
    Phew.

    That's a bit rich!

    Can't knock a man for optimism though.

    Considering he's hardly played, I think I can realistically say (given what I've seen & know) that he'd be more of a:

    16-17ppg
    3 dimes
    4 boards
    1 steal

    along with high shooting percentages in all categories at best.

    And that still depends on the rotation. It'd be a shame to see Chandler playing well and getting less minutes than Gallo IMO.

    After all, it's a make or break year for The Big ****.

    I'm not gonna hold on to too much hope for the kid honestly.

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