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Old 11-28-2012, 01:22 PM   #1
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Default Ryan effing Anderson

this guy gets no love or appreciation but is one of the top 3 pt shooting threats in the league. he also plays very underrated defense and offense down low where he isn't just a 3 pt threat. only problem is he's a bit undersized for PF but still holds his own even when he gets switched on Centers. nobody ever talks about him or gives him respect but watching him he's so underappreciated its sad. to me he's one of the best shooters in the league right now, damn shame he's wasting away in NO's. some of the 3's he makes and his consistency in being in the rim with every shot is sick
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:27 PM   #2
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indeed, i traded for him in my fantasy team, then watched his game few days ago where he dropped 8 three pointers, it was amazing. he caught the ball and just shot it in front of the defender without giving a damn, i was
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:31 PM   #3
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Kind of a poor man's K.Love. A bit undersized, not that athletic but still a good rebounder (no where near Love's level of course), an under rated (though limited) defender and an exceptional shooter.
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ryan anderson is listed as 6'10, thats hardley undersized for a PF
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:39 PM   #5
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ryan anderson is listed as 6'10, thats hardley undersized for a PF
He's not really though. Next time you watch him, compare him to other players. I find listings are basically useless.
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Old 11-28-2012, 01:59 PM   #6
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The idea that Dwight's Orlando team could not be a serious championship contender was always total bullshit. If he had been a better player, and/or if they had had a better coach, he could have a ring right now. A few of those Orlando teams were good enough, and had the right kind of players, too. No all-stars, but Duncan has never had an all-star, either. Hedo, Jameer, and Anderson/Rashard are perfectly fine. Hedo, in particular, was awesome with Dwight. He was no all-star, but he could initiate the pick and roll, hit 3s, handle the ball at 6'8. Jameer was clutch and a character guy. He had stretch 4s who didn't need touches to be effective. He could have used an upgrade or two on the wings, but he had an ideal assortment of players for a paint-dominant center, and a great coach.

It shouldn't surprise anyone that he's underachieving on this fairy-tale Lakers squad.

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Gasol for Anderson pls.
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The idea that Dwight's Orlando team could not be a serious championship contender was always total bullshit. If he had been a better player, and/or if they had had a better coach, he could have a ring right now. A few of those Orlando teams were good enough, and had the right kind of players, too. No all-stars, but Duncan has never had an all-star, either. Hedo, Jameer, and Anderson/Rashard are perfectly fine.

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Old 11-28-2012, 05:26 PM   #9
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Didn't ish say he was overpaid and would be nothing without Dwight? The very same fools said Ilyasova is better player and better value.
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I was wrong about him needing Dwight I suppose, although he is getting a lot of chances to jack up shots on a bad team. I wonder why he's been so bad in the playoffs though.
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Kind of a poor man's K.Love. A bit undersized, not that athletic but still a good rebounder (no where near Love's level of course), an under rated (though limited) defender and an exceptional shooter.

There's nothing limited about his defense. Might not be the best man defender but he easily holds his own playing team/help defense.
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The idea that Dwight's Orlando team could not be a serious championship contender was always total bullshit. If he had been a better player, and/or if they had had a better coach, he could have a ring right now. A few of those Orlando teams were good enough, and had the right kind of players, too. No all-stars, but Duncan has never had an all-star, either. Hedo, Jameer, and Anderson/Rashard are perfectly fine. Hedo, in particular, was awesome with Dwight. He was no all-star, but he could initiate the pick and roll, hit 3s, handle the ball at 6'8. Jameer was clutch and a character guy. He had stretch 4s who didn't need touches to be effective. He could have used an upgrade or two on the wings, but he had an ideal assortment of players for a paint-dominant center, and a great coach.

It shouldn't surprise anyone that he's underachieving on this fairy-tale Lakers squad.

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