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    Default Boogie is back

    Saw the highlights from his debut, he looks like he has no lift at all but has surprising quickness in his feet. If he doesn't get injured until the playoffs I predict he will contribute something like a 15/8/3 in 25 minutes.

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    Default Re: Boogie is back

    15ppg is optimistic, I doubt he plays enough minutes to score that much even with Brook out

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    He might give up 15 a game

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    Boogie refused to sign an autograph for Xiao I swear.

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    Default Re: Boogie is back

    Very sad story. He was stuck kicking ass in a bad franchise in Sacramento for 7 years, and once he got in good franchises he got injured. We never even saw him play healthy in the later round of the post-season. He will be the typical forgotten star in 20 years, like Bernard King or Pete Maravich.

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    Default Re: Boogie is back

    Kicked ass by being inefficient, not playing D and being a head case. Just what every franchise needs leading them

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    Default Re: Boogie is back

    Quote Originally Posted by Xiao Yao You View Post
    Kicked ass by being inefficient, not playing D and being a head case. Just what every franchise needs leading them
    He was still young and sorrounded by bad players, coaches and management. He could have still turned it around like Mark Aguirre, Latrell Sprewell or Zach Randolph did it when they went from bad teams to very-well run franchises. We will never know it, though.

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