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#1 Sep 20, 2007
Another top European player leaves the NBA.
Mediocre players like: Pavlovic, Ilgauskas, Radmanovic, Garbajosa, Calderon, Okur and Turkoglu have become starters, and talented ones like: Jasikevicius, Macijauskas, Spanoulis, Kirilenko hit the road...
Scouting is easy, coaching is hell...
NBA coaches are pathetic, wasting great talent and money.
Fans are misjudging these players, you can't figure out a players abilities watching 2-3 minutes per game.
#2 Sep 21, 2007
All of the players you've mentioned have size, and are good shooters. Pavlovic has great quickness for his size and his potential is unlimited. Jasukevicious is too small and too slow for NBA game. This is why he wasn't picked in the NBA draft comming out of one of the top American Colleges. He would be best used on a team like Dallas Mavericks comming of the bench because he is good at making big time shots.
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