The 2009-10 class produced some great rookies last year. Who’ll have the strongest follow-up campaign?
Which second-year guy will have the best '10-11 season?
Tags: Brandon Jennings, DeMar DeRozan, Jonny Flynn, Polladaday, Stephen Curry, Tyreke Evans
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Reke Havoc undoubtedly
No Darren Collison?
how did flynn and derozan make it to the list yet Darren Collison, Terrence Williams, Jrue Holiday, Ty Lawson, Rodrigue Beaubois, Omri Casspi and DeJuan Blair were all left off
Reke havoc bcuz when someone throws up the numbers he did in their rookie year there’s NO sophomore slump.
Man, I cant stand all the extra praised being heaped on Stephen Curry, kid is nice VEEEERY nice…but ‘Reke is in-human…he is going to dominate even more than last year…he wears teams and players out. Curry wont do that. He will shoot the rock pretty awesomely though.
haha SLAM changed the poll after my last comment. turns out flynn isnt in
collison gets to be a starter on a worse team. not sure that makes him better, but he’ll have good numbers.
If it wasnt for his injury this summer I would say Rodrigue Beaubois. But, Darren Collison as a starting PG on a team that has a legitimate scorer in Granger makes Collison the 2nd year player to look out for.
out of all these guys theres ONLY 1 player who has to have a new roll and will b the best out of these guys is DEMAR DEROZAN
Never understood why second-year pros are called “sophomores”. School’s over for ‘em! Interestingly, sophomore means “wise fool” so I’ma try to be wise and not a fool and say Tyreke will be the best second year player in the NBA
Reke, by far. I see him dropping 22 5 7 nigtly.
How come Tyreke doesn’t have like 80% of the votes?
Terrence Williams. He’s fixing to blow.
I see Tyreke putting up 22 5 6, Jennings putting up 20 8 3, and Curry putting up 20 5 4. However, I also see only Jennings’ team making the playoffs so…. that’s why I voted for Young Buck.
Lefty ball players are unorthodox and especially as elusive as Jennings is. I believe he’s just going to control the tempo however he wants and his jumper is pretty good. Other fellas are going to post great numbers because the coach is going to let them run wild. Scott Skiles demands control and defense. The numbers will probably still a step or two behind the other guys statistically, but his percentage, assists, and intangibles will go upwards.
Steph Curry? I’m a Dubs fan and all but won’t go so far as to say he’s better than Tyreke or Jennings. And until, Blake proves it at Staples and around the league, ‘Reke is the king of that draft class.
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