Marbury has raised game for Knicks; Curry hasn't
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#1 Apr 5, 2007
We keep reading about Curry's development. Heck, he's been in the NBA for five years and he should be much better by now. His scoring has improved but he is no defensive presence at all and he's a terrible rebounder for a 7-footer. My instincts tell me that his offense may continue to improve but unless the defense and rebounding get much better, he will never lead the Knicks to the playoffs.
#2 Apr 6, 2007
If you don't have the outside shooters to take the pressure off the middle, then how do you expect him to score if they double and triple team him, and again if your outside is not shooting the ball????
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