Three NBA Observations

April 1st, 2010 by Charlie Li Leave a reply »
So this is mostly a college basketball and basketball recruiting blog, but let's face it; it all runs downstream to the NBA, and I've got three important NBA observations i'd like to get out there.

1. Stephen Curry might not win the rookie of the year, but he should. He's silky smooth, never going too fast, never out of control, head always on a swivel, shakes a defender not too much but just enough, and delivers the ball always exactly where it should go...not to mention his quick-release gun-line jumper which always keeps defenders honest.

If he didn't start out the season so slow I think he would definitely be the rookie of the year, but you can't knock any of the rookie PG's this year: Tyreke Evans, Brandon Jennings, Ty Lawson, Darren Collison, and even Eric Maynor have all been great.

Curry is a little different because he doesn't have the outstanding size, speed, or athleticism like we associate with most current day top point guards, but he holds his own just fine if not better.


2. The Dallas Mavericks are legit. They're not the same "make it to the playoffs every year and have no shot at a title" tea ...

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