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Old 02-07-2012, 09:47 PM   #77
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Default Re: Kyrie v. Lebron's rookie years after 22 games

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Originally Posted by GOBB
Both were better college players. Which has nothing to do with going #1 overall. A concept you can't seem to grasp. Stubborn much? Cleveland took the kid with potential. Irving didn't dominate college. He played 11gms total. He could have played 0 an Cavs would have still drafted him
Yup. Just like the Jazz did with Kanter at pick #3. He didn't play a single game for Kentucky, yet he was drafted that high.

You can't be the best player when you only played one-third of the season (referring to Irving being called the best college player).
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