Duhon has proven himself in my book. He's proven he can be at the very least a Charlie Ward like PG.
man, my posts are so useless...wait..nevermind, thats you.
just admit when you're wrong, im sure everyone will tolerate you much more easily..
yeah i said it
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Isnt D'Antoni system so different from what those other guys played in, that comparing these stats doesnt make sense anymore?
If we get to draft a young top caliber PG this year (Ricky Rubio or whoever looks best at the end of the year), and D'Antoni stays for at least 5 years, i bet that guy tops Knicks PG record books by the end of his career.
I lost faith in Duhon few years ago, when he was showing similar strides on Bulls and then went totally cold, but yea, it's an interesting observation.
I must admit that I'm impressed with Duhon this season. I wasn't thrilled that he'd be the starting at PG. He came into a situation where he would be scrutinized more than on any other team. I'd be the first to say that Duhon isn't as talented as Stephon Marbury, but he didn't let stepping into someone elses role...presumably Marbury's phase him. So that shows a lot.
Like it or not he's the starting point guard now and I support the team first. I'm not always impressed with every game he plays, but he works through it and that shows a lot of character and leadership which are not stats, but just as important.
One outta three ain't bad.
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