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Old 01-21-2012, 02:06 PM   #9
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Default Re: How important is Eric Gordon to the future of the Hornets?

He was my second favorite guard in the league before he got traded and hurt.

His scoring, shooting, defense, and mind is all at the right place and mindset.

But his dribbling, passing, decision making, and size are all still weaknesses. The first three he can work on over time since he is still young, but it's the last one (his size) that is the main reason why he can never be a number one option on a champion-ship contending team.

I think he is very important. He is easily there best player for the future IMO. But the Hornets clearly need another big piece if they want to contend within a few years.
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