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    I don't about Gallinari, but Channing Frye made it. Wow that name sounds familiar......

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    I don't about Gallinari, but Channing Frye made it. Wow that name sounds familiar......
    Did Frye show any 3 pt ability here? Lol I remember he had a nice shooting touch, but just like mid-range. Took me by surprise when I saw some Suns games and he was draining threes.

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    Originally Posted by knickzrulezH20
    Did Frye show any 3 pt ability here? Lol I remember he had a nice shooting touch, but just like mid-range. Took me by surprise when I saw some Suns games and he was draining threes.
    Yeah but that's my point. Its up to the franchise as well as the player to encourage and grow talent. Alot of players enter the NBA with no 3 point shooting touch, only to develop it later. If we had allowed Frye or Ariza to develop, there is no need to waste a lottery pick on the same type of player.

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    Yeah but that's my point. Its up to the franchise as well as the player to encourage and grow talent. Alot of players enter the NBA with no 3 point shooting touch, only to develop it later. If we had allowed Frye or Ariza to develop, there is no need to waste a lottery pick on the same type of player.
    Same type of player?? Yea its cool Frye can shoot much better, but Gallo>>>Frye. Not even close.

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    Good news on Gallo though, now ill actually watch the 3 pt shooting thing

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    Yeah but that's my point. Its up to the franchise as well as the player to encourage and grow talent. Alot of players enter the NBA with no 3 point shooting touch, only to develop it later. If we had allowed Frye or Ariza to develop, there is no need to waste a lottery pick on the same type of player.
    If you compare Frye and Ariza to Gallo you have elaborate a bit. Why?

    Frye(also a lottery pick #8) start shooting 3's in his 5th seasson in the league and now he is the shiiiit.
    ''Coming into this season, Suns center Channing Frye had made 20 three point shots in his four year NBA career.'' [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. He is already with his third team in his young career and has not done much till now. Let's see where Gallo stand in 4 years and then we can talk about it.

    Ariza had one nice seasson with a very talented lakers team as a 4-5 option then he went to a less talented rockets team (no Yao or Mcgrady)and regressed (Imo). He is still a 4-5 option.

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    Originally Posted by DANUTZ39
    If you compare Frye and Ariza to Gallo you have elaborate a bit. Why?

    Frye(also a lottery pick #8) start shooting 3's in his 5th seasson in the league and now he is the shiiiit.
    ''Coming into this season, Suns center Channing Frye had made 20 three point shots in his four year NBA career.'' [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. He is already with his third team in his young career and has not done much till now. Let's see where Gallo stand in 4 years and then we can talk about it.

    Ariza had one nice seasson with a very talented lakers team as a 4-5 option then he went to a less talented rockets team (no Yao or Mcgrady)and regressed (Imo). He is still a 4-5 option.
    Fair points all the way around. I compare the three because they are all tall guys with some outside shooting touch. The difference that you pointed out is that they developed thier touch while Gallo came in with it. That's great, but my problem is I don't want a 7 footer that just sits outside and heaves up 3's as the sixth pick. As you pointed out Frye was a lottery pick as well. The three are pretty comparable statistically( Ariza 15.6ppg/5.5rpg, Frye 12/5, Gallo 14/5) so why did we draft Gallo again??? We already drafted him twice and let him go. Now Gallo is the younger of the three so maybe there is an upside there, but part of the reason we are 10 games under .500 is that we keep drafting the same player over and over without developing talent and establishing a core roster. I guess its pretty obvious that I am not a Gallo fan in the slightest because there were better guys we should have drafted in his spot. I suppose I will root for him in the 3 point contest, but I doubt Gallo will do much because his delivery is too long and deliberate. I doubt he will be able to finish the racks......

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    Originally Posted by jimkcchief88
    I guess its pretty obvious that I am not a Gallo fan in the slightest because there were better guys we should have drafted in his spot. I suppose I will root for him in the 3 point contest, but I doubt Gallo will do much because his delivery is too long and deliberate. I doubt he will be able to finish the racks......

    Even as the biggest Big **** supporter on this site, I still got to admit your right about that. 3 pt contest is not only about how accurate you are, but how much stamina and how quick you can shoot the threes. Hopefully with some practice, he'll get a faster release. My fear is him shooting a really high percentage but not shooting all the balls. Gallo tends to set his feet everytime he shoots, which takes away precious seconds.

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    no way....all around Ariza games is way different han the other 2. His offensive game is not good unless he has an open look. His is a great defender tho.

    Frye and Gallo....are kinda similar except that Gallo can actually drive if he wants to.

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    Looks like Stephen Curry will be in the 3-point contest as well. Gallo, Frye and Curry. A Knick, former Knick and the one everybody wanted to be a Knick.

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