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    Game Thread Official All Star Weekend GT




    NBA All Star Weekend 2010
    Dallas, TX


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    Rookie Sophomore Game:
    <table class="cnnTM" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="1" width="100%"><tbody><tr class="cnnIEHdrRowBG"><td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Player (Team)</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Position</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Height/Weight</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">School/Country</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Omri Casspi (Kings)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-9/225</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Israel</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">DeJuan Blair (Spurs)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F-C</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-7/265</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Pittsburgh</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Stephen Curry (Warriors)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-3/185</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Davidson</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Tyreke Evans (Kings)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-6/220</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Memphis</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Jonny Flynn (Timberwolves)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-0/186</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Syracuse</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Taj Gibson (Bulls)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-9/225</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">USC</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">James Harden (Thunder)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-5/220</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Arizona State</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Brandon Jennings (Bucks)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-1/169</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Lottomatica Virtus Roma (Italy) </td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Jonas Jerebko (Pistons)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-10/231</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Sweden</td></tr></tbody></table>

    <table class="cnnTM" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="1" width="600"><tbody><tr class="cnnIEHdrRowBG"><td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Player (Team)</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Position</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Height/Weight</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">School/Country</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Michael Beasley (Heat)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-9/245</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Kansas State</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Marc Gasol (Grizzlies)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">C</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">7-1/265</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Spain</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Danilo Gallinari (Knicks)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G-F</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-10/225</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Italy</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Eric Gordon (Clippers)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-3/222</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Indiana</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Brook Lopez (Nets)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">C</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">7-0/260</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Stanford</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Kevin Love (Timberwolves)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">F-C</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-10/260</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">UCLA</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">O.J. Mayo (Grizzlies)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-4/210</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">USC</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Anthony Morrow (Warriors)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-3/190</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">Georgia Tech</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL">Russell Westbrook (Thunder)</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">G</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">6-5/210</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">UCLA</td></tr></tbody></table>






    3-Point Contest
    <table class="cnnTM" style="width: 400px;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="1"><tbody><tr class="cnnIEHdrRowBG"><td class="cnnIEColHdrC"></td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC" colspan="3">*2009-10 Season</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC" colspan="3">Career</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIEHdrRowBG"> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Player</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Made</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Att.</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">%</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Made</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">Att.</td> <td class="cnnIEColHdrC">%</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Chauncey Billups, Denver</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">88</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">212</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.415</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">1,520</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">3,904</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.389</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Daequan Cook, Miami</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">27</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">90</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.300</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">259</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">723</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.358</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Stephen Curry, Golden State</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">78</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">182</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.429</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">78</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">180</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.429</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Channing Frye, Phoenix</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">119</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">272</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.438</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">139</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">342</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.406</td> </tr> <tr class="cnnIERowAltBG"> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Danilo Gallinari, New York</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">126</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">313</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.403</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">158</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">385</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.410</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="cnnIEColTxtL" style="text-align: left;">Paul Pierce, Boston</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">77</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">165</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.467</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">1,435</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">3,878</td> <td class="cnnIEColTxtR">.370</td></tr></tbody></table>


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    All Star Game



    Good luck to all Knicks!!!!

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    Nice effort Gallinari. You had the first basket at least

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    Ewing refused to play Gallo and his team got destroyed.

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    hahaha this years rookies owned sophomores damn thats pathetic

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    Originally Posted by TunerAddict
    Ewing refused to play Gallo and his team got destroyed.
    Wasn't it Dwight Howard who -- in some Allstar-Weekend interview said that this was Pat's chance to show what he can do as a coach? Let's hope that he was wrong. After all this is nothing but a pick up game.

    Eric Gordon surprised me in that dunk-in. It was clear from the start that DeRozan is going to be in the contest. Gordon never had a chance. That is what I hate about the NBA sometimes. It reminds me of professional wrestling.
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    Look like the 2009 draft class have alot more creative-potential than the 2008 draft class. Rooks-140 Soph-128

    Big steal of the draft: Big-Blair (equal the real Brand) should get the MVP with 22 pts & 23 rbds but.....
    Tyreke Evans (equal D. Wade) 26 pts, 6rbd, 5 ast, and 5 steals, stole the MVP show at the tip off of the game.

    The Rooks were running the solphmores off the court with such dazzling guard-play of.....Flynn, Jennings, Curry, Harden, Evans, Cappasi, and Big-Body-Blair were just to outstanding for the no-PG solphmores.
    Where was Derick Rose? to lead the manipulation of guard-play with Westbrook, Gordon, and Mayo, maybe could've had a chance.....nah Flynn and Jennings speed would've just went faster.

    I dont like the idea of Derick Rose playing Sunday when he belongs with his draft class of solphmore.....that made me want the rooks to win even more....MVP to the rookie lineup.

    I want to trade Gallo for Cappasi ASAP.....do u think the Kings are willing???

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    ewing looked like d'antoni with westbrook as his duhon.


    blair got robbed of the mvp.

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    Originally Posted by TunerAddict
    Ewing refused to play Gallo and his team got destroyed.
    So now it is Ewing's fault that Gallinari has a forearm injury and is not 100%?
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    Gallinari was stiff and looked like a robot, in the rookie-sophomore game. He made two quick shots and then missed his last two attempts.

    His defense was nonexistent, just like the other sophomore's defense. I remember him getting scored on, on three different occasions, before getting benched.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    So now it is Ewing's fault that Gallinari has a forearm injury and is not 100%?
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    Gallinari was stiff and looked like a robot, in the rookie-sophomore game. He made two quick shots and then missed his last two attempts.

    His defense was nonexistent, just like the other sophomore's defense. I remember him getting scored on, on three different occasions, before getting benched.

    Lopez didn't exactly have the greatest game either. The strength of the sophmore team was their size. But when your team is lead by Micheal Beasly, of course you won't exploit that. Just watch Beasly chuck up shot after shot after shot. Such a stupid game.

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    I remember when Pat Riley was thinking about drafting either OJ Mayo or Beasly. He picked Beasly because he has more potential. Beasly has Melo-like talent, yet continues to squander it, while Mayo is a team player on the Grizzlies when he easily could be a 22+ pt scorer. Imagine Mayo + Wade? Damn that would have been disgusting.

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    Originally Posted by knickzrulezH20
    I remember when Pat Riley was thinking about drafting either OJ Mayo or Beasly. He picked Beasly because he has more potential. Beasly has Melo-like talent, yet continues to squander it, while Mayo is a team player on the Grizzlies when he easily could be a 22+ pt scorer. Imagine Mayo + Wade? Damn that would have been disgusting.
    i think he botch that draft honestly.i mean, wouldn't gallinari be a better fit for someone like wade?

    i know the minute beasley's measurements were not what everyone thought they'd be, that he wouldn't be the first pick in the draft i don't care what his numbers were is college.a 6-7 finesse power forward is not a good look in the league.what he shoulda done was draft mayo(who wouldn't really fit well with wade) and deal down maybe try and snag gallinari and chandler or lee from the knicks.

    we woulda got what we wanted, and riley would have assembled a decent team around wade.

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    Nate is taking it tonight. Mark my words!!!!

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    Originally Posted by ANU
    i think he botch that draft honestly.i mean, wouldn't gallinari be a better fit for someone like wade?

    i know the minute beasley's measurements were not what everyone thought they'd be, that he wouldn't be the first pick in the draft i don't care what his numbers were is college.a 6-7 finesse power forward is not a good look in the league.what he shoulda done was draft mayo(who wouldn't really fit well with wade) and deal down maybe try and snag gallinari and chandler or lee from the knicks.

    we woulda got what we wanted, and riley would have assembled a decent team around wade.
    Miami would have revolted if the Heat took Gallo. And so would have Wade. No one knew who the Big **** was then. Imagine how pissed Wade would get if he knew his lottery pick was injured most of the first year? Now it's easy to say Gallo is the perfect fit for a slasher like Wade, but it would have been suicide for Riley to pick Gallo two years ago. And I think Mayo and Wade could work out. Well technically Beasly+Wade would work really good if Beasly could ****ing play up to his ridicoulous potential, but hes a nutcase lol.

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    Originally Posted by SLY1984
    Nate is taking it tonight. Mark my words!!!!
    Hopefully Gallo and Nate can take the crowns, they both are underdogs! People are getting tired of Nate so no one is picking him. And no one knows for Gallinari is so they arent picking him lol. Get your name out to these TNT analysts Gallo and go win it!

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    Goooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Nate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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