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Old 12-25-2006, 11:45 PM   #16
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I think if you ask any GM right now if they would trade with the Knicks who they want?

It was Frye and he has more upside but the one player I would want in a trade with the Knicks would be Lee.

The guy is a rebounding machine, plays defense, scores in close with both hands, knows how to pass and is working on his jump shot. Which by the way looks pretty good, he just doesn't have enough confidence in it.

If not this year, he will, mark my words.

I would start this guy at the 3 and swing to the 4, moving Frye from the 4 to the 5 when Jefferies comes in and Curry goes out. That's part of my rotation. Charlotte used to do that with Larry Johnson and Alonzo Mourning. they would slide back and forth to make match-up problems for the other teams.
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Old 12-26-2006, 02:58 PM   #17
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I think if you ask any GM right now if they would trade with the Knicks who they want?

It was Frye and he has more upside but the one player I would want in a trade with the Knicks would be Lee.

The guy is a rebounding machine, plays defense, scores in close with both hands, knows how to pass and is working on his jump shot. Which by the way looks pretty good, he just doesn't have enough confidence in it.

If not this year, he will, mark my words.

I would start this guy at the 3 and swing to the 4, moving Frye from the 4 to the 5 when Jefferies comes in and Curry goes out. That's part of my rotation. Charlotte used to do that with Larry Johnson and Alonzo Mourning. they would slide back and forth to make match-up problems for the other teams.

I'd work my rotation that way too. The only thing missing is a TRUE shooting guard that has a killer instinct to finish off teams. One that can score and make good decisions witht the ball. Get rid of Crawford if possible. Maybe a trade for Crawford and add Malik. I doubt it would happen though.
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Old 12-27-2006, 10:53 AM   #18
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Curry yes, Lee no. I have nothing against Lee, infact hes one of my favorite players on the team. Maybe sometime in the future because he plays with a lot of heart and I could see that happening eventually. And if Curry keeps on playing the way he has been playing then definetly.
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Old 12-27-2006, 11:12 AM   #19
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If Curry becomes more consistent by next season, and Lee develops into a beast that averages 15 PPG, and 12+ RPG next season, I think they would both have a shot at the all star game.
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Old 12-27-2006, 02:33 PM   #20
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Curry can make the All-Star team if Shaq is hurt at the time. Otherwise the casual basketball fan will see his name, and vote him in. If Shaq starts the game than Dwight Howard will be competing with Ben Wallace for the bench spot. With the way Wallace has been playing lately, I don't see Curry making it.
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Old 12-27-2006, 04:37 PM   #21
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I think two weeks of decent ball doesn't make Curry an All-Star....Lee is a more of a consideration....plain and simple---if Lee starts--he's an All-
star in this league.......who would of thought that Lee would be the star, looking back at our big 3 rookies last year?
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I think two weeks of decent ball doesn't make Curry an All-Star....Lee is a more of a consideration....plain and simple---if Lee starts--he's an All-
star in this league.......who would of thought that Lee would be the star, looking back at our big 3 rookies last year?

I agree entirely. Lee has been CONSISTENT. CONSISTENT!!! Even ESPN recognizes him more than Curry in there analysis. They need to play a game on National television. Like TNT or ESPN. Give them exposure. Curry has been bumbling around getting some hot streaks but Lee has shown consistency regardless if he starts or he's coming off the bench.
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