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A ways to catch juwan? He played a long time, but I feel like horford probably already has as many all star appearances. I agree webber would be hard flr either to catch
Juwan after 6 seasons: 18.4 ppg/7.6 rpg
Joakim after 6 seasons: 9.4 ppg/9.1 rpg
Horford after 6 seasons: 13.6 ppg/9.6 rpg
I didn't include C-Webb or Corey Brewer because it's not even fair (which is good for Cwebb, not so much for Brewer). However, their current season is on par with Juwan and C-Webb's early years.
Juwan averaged 12/7 in 2005/06, his 14th year in the league. He may have mostly been stuck on bad teams, but he was a very very solid NBA player for a long time.
I agree he was a solid nba player. Neithee averages as many points but they are really good players on teams that are a lot better than any juwan was on early on. Not saying they are better yet, but both could pass him. They aren't the scorers he was, but both are good on a lot better teams.
It's a moot point cause webber/brewer anyways
Agreed. Juwan was not a superstar, but he was a very, very good NBA player. The type of guy who's an excellent piece on a good team and the star on bad teams, both of which he was during his ridiculously long career.
Who made the most money in their NBA career, Webber or Howard?
This post was edited by CaliforniaTerp 13 months ago
Come on out and get your whoopin!
Probably Webber because of his rookie contract, right?
Webber made $171M and Howard has made $151M.
Jalen Rose made $102M.
Jimmy King made $630k in the NBA, and Ray Jackson never made any NBA money. Though, both of them played overseas and in the CBA, I believe.
This post was edited by indyumd 13 months ago
Including his Michigan money Webber did alright. Hope there is still food on the table for his family.
Heard about that while watching the Robert Morris game from a UK guy. Wiggins a damn near lock to get to UK.
Case of the coach knowing a player was transferring before the player knew.
Man was I wrong about Harrow coming out of high school. Thought he was going to be great.
Everyone who was paying attention knew that 2012 class was way overrated.
This is the best recruiting class ever. Pretty big difference.
Really? Everyone paying attention knew that 2012 class was overrated. Funny that everyone that mattered ranked Kentucky #3 in country at the start of the season. Sell the hype to the fools that go to the circus to see the clowns cause I'm not buying it.
Class ranks don't really matter. You could tell the players didn't fit together and it was an incredibly weak recruiting class nationally at the top.
They were relying heavily on 2 NC State transfers. Two! That should have made everyone apprehensive.
NC State was responsible for the two biggest disappointments in 2012/13.
I've found this board often believes that regardless of evidence. This time, there is evidence!
Poytress is coming back, according to ESPN.
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
Kentucky's 2nd team is going to be better than most team's starters.
They must have exercised the club option for 2014.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
They might have guys playing 17 minutes go in the lottery.
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