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Old 08-08-2006, 06:54 PM   #1
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Default Who will be our leading scorer this year?

I am not sure who it will be. Probaly Oak if he is healthy.
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If Okafor can stay healthy this year and play about 60-70 games then he will easily average a double-double this year. Honestly I think he can seriously have a 20 point, 15 rebound season if he can just stay healthy. Also I think Raymond Felton is another guy to watch out for, he's more familiar with the league now and I think he can average about 12 points a game this year. The last person is obviously Adam Morrison. He will pick up the slack for the other players who may have an off night, plus he will still easily reach 10 points a game this year. Wallace probably won't average that much, but he will have a lot of high scoring nights this year. He just needs to be a little more consistent because last year he could score 25 points one game and 6 the next. If the Cats can keep some consistency this year we can be good.
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If Okafor can stay healthy this year and play about 60-70 games then he will easily average a double-double this year. Honestly I think he can seriously have a 20 point, 15 rebound season if he can just stay healthy. Also I think Raymond Felton is another guy to watch out for, he's more familiar with the league now and I think he can average about 12 points a game this year. The last person is obviously Adam Morrison. He will pick up the slack for the other players who may have an off night, plus he will still easily reach 10 points a game this year. Wallace probably won't average that much, but he will have a lot of high scoring nights this year. He just needs to be a little more consistent because last year he could score 25 points one game and 6 the next. If the Cats can keep some consistency this year we can be good.

That was very well said.
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Cool Leading scorer for the year......

Adam Morrison, Felton or May. I think all of them will average at least 20 points per game given ample playing time.
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Adam Morrison, Felton or May. I think all of them will average at least 20 points per game given ample playing time.

20 points is probaly to much from all three of them. Morrison will be able to get that when he develops a bit more and I can see Felton getting that in a year or two possibly. May definetly won't be getting 20 a game.
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Old 08-16-2006, 08:26 AM   #6
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Okafor is the anchor of this team. He'll lead the way.
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Old 08-16-2006, 03:36 PM   #7
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I cant really tell right now. But it will most likely be Okafor. I was thinking about Morrison, but still not sure.
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Okafor (IF he stays healthy), Felton and Morrison will likely be the highest scorers. I think that Sean May will figure prominently. Sorry to say but I don't think that we'll get what we should out of Primoz unless he lets loose this season. He can play hard but is still teasing us with his true talent.
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May should be getting solid 10-15 ppg. He'll be playing like 20 minutes or so.
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Yes, I think that May will surprise everyone over the course of the season as he regains his power and develops his consistency as a defender and shooter.
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Old 08-16-2006, 09:00 PM   #11
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Should be Oak unless Morrison amazes with an outstanding rookie season.
Look for the double digit of May coming off the bench. With him and Emeka healthy Brezec is going to play less than last year

Okafor 16-18 ppg
Felton 13-15
Morrison 12-14
G.Wallace 10-12
May 10-12
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Old 08-27-2006, 04:34 PM   #12
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Adam Morrison, Felton or May. I think all of them will average at least 20 points per game given ample playing time.

Wow, I don't see any of the cats getting more than 20..maybe 18 for morrison and about 16 for felton and okafor
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Should be Oak unless Morrison amazes with an outstanding rookie season.
Look for the double digit of May coming off the bench. With him and Emeka healthy Brezec is going to play less than last year

Okafor 16-18 ppg
Felton 13-15
Morrison 12-14
G.Wallace 10-12
May 10-12

I think that this is probably a little low for Felton and Wallace if one is talking about 'average', but about right for the other players. The most exciting part of the games for me will be the blocks, steals and rebounds and the development of the Cats running game. And the slam dunks and three pointers and................watching Gerald Wallace 'flying through the air with the greatest of ease...........(ouch).

What will Othella Harrington be bringing to the game?????????
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Old 09-06-2006, 08:48 PM   #14
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Felton will avg 18-20 scoring a game but i think his assists will be among the top 10 at around 9 based on Oak having a high fg rate and morrison added to the roster,may seems healthy and improved.
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What will Othella Harrington be bringing to the game?????????
Probably a Sean May type game. His numbers might be slightly better because he's more experienced than May, but most likely nothing more than that.
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