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Old 11-22-2010, 03:03 PM   #16
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Default Re: The rooster is crowing boys: Danilo Gallinari thread

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Good post.

Gallinari's main thing will always be long distance shooting. He doesn't have the dribbling ability or explosiveness to get to the bucket and draw fouls consistently. The way this guy puts it on the deck is just horrible. I hate to see guards grab more rebounds than this kid. Anyone with his size should grab at least 7-8 rebounds (at least he's no Bargnani). If he can somehow get better defensively, rebound the ball better and get somewhat of a postgame I'll definitely be a better supporter of Gallinari. His playing style just doesn't attract me.

He surely isn't a bust tho. He's doing very well for the 6th pick.

And as far as becoming a "Superstar", that's what people must think if they don't want to trade him for Carmelo. Carmelo already is a borderline superstar so why not trade a guy who "might" get there in a few years for him.

I like Gallo, but if we have to trade him to get Carmelo, then so long Danilo.
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I like Gallo, but if we have to trade him to get Carmelo, then so long Danilo.


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Default Re: The rooster is crowing boys: Danilo Gallinari thread

Gallo reminds me alot of Peja.. Imo that's a good comparison and a fair one as well. Same size, very similar play, both Euro's, Both are shooters and great FT shooters, both aren't really physical.

I really think Gallo can develop some sort of a post play. Also Gallo needs to create a little more, I Know he can do it since he's slashing all the time but he rarely gets to create since Felton and Stat seem to have the ball majority of the time.
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Gallo reminds me alot of Peja.. Imo that's a good comparison and a fair one as well. Same size, very similar play, both Euro's, Both are shooters and great FT shooters, both aren't really physical.

I really think Gallo can develop some sort of a post play. Also Gallo needs to create a little more, I Know he can do it since he's slashing all the time but he rarely gets to create since Felton and Stat seem to have the ball majority of the time.

He better bulk up if he wants to play in the post.

And why do you think he doesn't get the opportunity to make create plays for himself and for others? Because we have players on the team who do a much better job at that.
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Gallo reminds me alot of Peja.. Imo that's a good comparison and a fair one as well. Same size, very similar play, both Euro's, Both are shooters and great FT shooters, both aren't really physical.

I really think Gallo can develop some sort of a post play. Also Gallo needs to create a little more, I Know he can do it since he's slashing all the time but he rarely gets to create since Felton and Stat seem to have the ball majority of the time.


Doesn't Peja have back problems too? Just saying.
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