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    Saw the game tonight, Ariza looks pretty good. Demarr looked like CRAP. If you seen the game I'm sure you would agree. Ariza's ball handling and passing was really nice, saw him set sweetney up under the basket a couple of times. Trybaski's foot work in the paint was nice but he was way too soft in the defense. People were straight up making lay ups in his face and he always reacted like a minute late.

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    everything u sed was completely accurate, i also found that sweetney was dominating on the boards very well and made some nice hoops down low, and i was kinda impressed how well barrett played even tho he didnt have the ball very much, he set up players well on the pick n roll and made some nice shots, although i didnt like how msg cut off segments of the game, but 1 huge plus was that nba tv has the old nbc bball theme song, haha, i loved that, l8r

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    yea i saw the game to sweetney was a rebond machine he is going to develop in to a very good player in the low post.

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    I wouldn't mind seeing Steph's brother play some more minutes. Never seen him play before wonder how nice he is.

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    Originally Posted by dasilva1079
    I wouldn't mind seeing Steph's brother play some more minutes. Never seen him play before wonder how nice he is.
    I'll second that.

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    yeah.. he barely gets to show what he can do.. i bet you if he had at least 20 mins he could be productive.. give him a chance!!

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    Ariza has potential through the roof. He has energy, some fly moves, can run, can shoot, pass and all that. In time, I think he can develop into a Sprewell type player.

    As for Sweets.. He's a monster, and is on his way to becoming a power player. But we all knew that.

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    who do you think will be bigger sweetney or Ariza?

    i say sweetney. he is a rebond monster

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    azria was hurt and wont play anymore whothe hell is david hawkins how did he become such a nice scorer???

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    Originally Posted by dacash
    azria was hurt and wont play anymore
    where did you hear that? got a link?

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    i think Ariza sat out the last 3 games of the summer league because of a pulled muscle or something.. David Hawkins took the starting role and dropped like 20's in each game..

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    Trevor Ariza is def. for real...He's a friend of my younger brother and we all went to the same high school WESTCHESTER high school in los angeles CA...really glad to see him doin so well because he honestly shouldn't have came out so early...helped westchester win 3 state titles tho and was a beast for UCLA...he's also the first nba player from my high school GO COMETS!!...lol...but on the real watch out for the next nba player from westchester high...HASSAN ADAMS of ARIZONA...guaranteed lottery pick....and about to be one of the best players in the nation this upcoming college season...

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    this is the last thing the knicks need is more injurys. i hope this is not serious

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    it's not serious. they decided to keep him out and rest him up because they already saw his talent level. expect for him to be signed and on the team next season.

    but that makes me wonder how Dermarr is going to fit into the picture..

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    dermarr really showed me and i would guess all of you guys something this season. i wouldent want to lose him but this rookie as been everything we thought he wouldent be. so its a toss up.

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