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Old 11-12-2011, 06:07 AM   #31
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

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This whole forum guaranteed every single NBA player would dominate Euroleague, average 30 a game, etc.

Hell, when people heard Ibaka signed in Spain the forum was claiming 15-20 blocks on average PER GAME.

I don't think I am the one that is not being serious here. Actually, I am only posting facts.
Ok, won't even try to reply then.
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Old 11-12-2011, 06:27 AM   #32
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So what? If any Euroleague player comes to the NBA and plays small minutes he is declared an instant "Euro scrub", a "bust", and said to be "not good enough to hack it in the NBA".

Interesting double standard there.
Well in the NBA you play more if you're better(training/gametime+attitude) than your teammates in most cases.Unless your in a doghouse or play terrible D. But in the euroleague (FROM WHAT I HEARD, I'm not a follower) it's more team based and minutes are more equally divided. Also there is less of a star mentality there so that explains the stats not being so great. There is still a coach telling them what to do, they will not just get every shot just because they played in the nba.Am I correct about my assumptions?
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Old 11-12-2011, 06:30 AM   #33
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I'm aware you are Greek and all but you are seriously disturbed dude.
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Old 11-12-2011, 06:55 AM   #34
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I'm aware you are Greek and all but you are seriously disturbed dude.

He's not Greek. He's an American from Arkansas. This is confirmed.
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Old 11-12-2011, 08:53 AM   #35
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

Euroleague is a sad pathetic loser. Move to europe and jerk off over your shit euro league you fu*kwit, and stop posting these anti NBA player threads..

Clearly only half decent ish players went over to europe, and guess what, theyre not doing too badly are they? You can pick one or two that underperform, but hey, any league that Anthony Parker wins 2 MVP's in is a piece of shit in my opinion


Its like youre so obsessed with hating NBA players and you get hard when one of them has a shit game What the fu*k is wrong with you seriously??? Stay out of the NBA forum you loser...
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Old 11-12-2011, 09:56 AM   #36
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

Euroleague weekly MVP awards:
Week 1: Andrei Kirilenko (CSKA)
Week 2: Nicolas Batum (SLUC Nancy)
Week 3: Jordan Farmar (Maccabi)
Week 4: Nicolas Batum (SLUC Nancy)

All weekly MVP's so far were NBA players.None of them is star,let alone superstar in the NBA but they are surely one of the best players in Europe.

I'm from Europe,I follow Euroleague and there are really some interesting games to see.
But anyone who compares it with NBA is crazy.NBA is much better but Euroleague is the 2nd best league in the world and it's not even close.

Little advice for all Americans on this forum:
Don't listen to people who say Euroleague is shit.It isn't.Right now it's the best basketball we have and there are some really good games (look at the last week,many close games).It's competitive and quality league,not on the NBA level but surely above any other league in the world.
After all,watch some games and judge by yourself.
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Old 11-12-2011, 12:46 PM   #37
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

Here are the career highs for NBA players in Euroleague.

1. Nicolas Batum 31
2. Andrei Kirilenko 31
3. Jordan Farmar 28
4. Nenad Krstic 29
5. Danilo Gallinari 31
6. Ersan Ilyasova 25
7. Sonny Weems 25
8. Rudy Fernandez 26
9. Thabo Sefalosha 22
10. Acie Law 22
11. Ty Lawson 37
12. Sasha Vujacic 25
13. Alonzo Gee 19
14. Serge Ibaka 22
15. Zaza Pachulia 27
16. Reggie Williams 35

I don't know why you think they should score more in less time.
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Old 11-12-2011, 12:52 PM   #38
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Americans run the euroleague, accept it.
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Old 11-12-2011, 01:01 PM   #39
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

Really? Two things:
1. If you're going to be saying that you are only posting facts, don't say stuff like
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This whole forum guaranteed every single NBA player would dominate Euroleague, average 30 a game, etc... Actually, I am only posting facts.

2. Anyone who thought the above quote was true, and/or that Ibaka would get 15-20 blocks per game was either joking, trying to annoy you, or crazy.
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Old 11-12-2011, 01:09 PM   #40
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Top 2 scorers in euroleague are nba players.

3 of top 5 scorers in euroleague are nba players.

7 of top 20 scorers are nba players.

top rebounder in euroleague is nba player.

5 of top 15 rebounders are nba players.

nba player 2nd in euroleaue in assists.

6 of top 20 in assists are nba players or former nba players.

NBa player leads euroleague in blocks.

Ibaka 12th in blocks playing 12 minutes a game.

Gee is one of the best rebounders in Euroleague.

I'm not even counting americans who couldnt make the NBA.

How many more players would we need to send to own euroleague?
IF you would watch Euroleague, you would know that statistics isn`t really something that you could use as a reference. Stacked teams like Panathinaikos, Maccabi, Barcelona, CSKA have many players that average 10+ points a game, but just true scorers go past 20 - on a good clubs.
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Old 11-12-2011, 01:12 PM   #41
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Old 11-12-2011, 02:25 PM   #42
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Default Re: Locked Out NBA Players That Are Not Meeting Expectations In Euroleague 2011-12

Lmao. Sonny Freaking Weems looks like prime Dominique Wilkins in Euroleague ball. This is enough proof that the American ballers can hang with the Euroleagues easily.

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Old 11-12-2011, 09:27 PM   #43
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Euroleague blows and will always be below the NBA, get over it.
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:32 AM   #44
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Well in the NBA you play more if you're better(training/gametime+attitude) than your teammates in most cases.Unless your in a doghouse or play terrible D. But in the euroleague (FROM WHAT I HEARD, I'm not a follower) it's more team based and minutes are more equally divided. Also there is less of a star mentality there so that explains the stats not being so great. There is still a coach telling them what to do, they will not just get every shot just because they played in the nba.Am I correct about my assumptions?

The NBA guys are getting the same or more minutes than they did in the NBA. Batum plays 40 minutes a game. They are not playing less minutes.
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Here are the career highs for NBA players in Euroleague.

1. Nicolas Batum 31
2. Andrei Kirilenko 31
3. Jordan Farmar 28
4. Nenad Krstic 29
5. Danilo Gallinari 31
6. Ersan Ilyasova 25
7. Sonny Weems 25
8. Rudy Fernandez 26
9. Thabo Sefalosha 22
10. Acie Law 22
11. Ty Lawson 37
12. Sasha Vujacic 25
13. Alonzo Gee 19
14. Serge Ibaka 22
15. Zaza Pachulia 27
16. Reggie Williams 35

I don't know why you think they should score more in less time.

They ate playing MORE minutes in Euroleague than they did in NBA. STOP TROLLING.
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