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Old 01-06-2013, 08:31 PM   #3536 (permalink)
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Default Re: NBA Thread: 12/13 Season - Are the Warriors for real?

Sullinger's played pretty well. He hits the glass hard and hustles for the boards, something this team needed desperately. He's got a great mid-range game, seems to be developing his post game, however, it's not close to being a "finished product." Still needs some work. He makes the best of his opportunities. He's prone to a lot of fouls, most of them are bad calls but he's a rookie so of course he doesn't get the benefit of the doubt. Overall he's been the second best big man on the team after KG. He should be starting but that's not likely since he's a rookie and Doc Rivers favors vets. The fact that Sully is a rookie in Doc's rotation says enough about the kid's game and what Doc thinks about him.

I read that the reason why Terrel Harris was waived is because his contract was about to become guaranteed, so the Heat waived him. But he'll likely return to the team at some point later on this season on like a 10-day contract. He'll be back in the NBA though. I could see him going to the D-League and then coming back up later on this season for a team like Charlotte or Washington that's tanking and signs a bunch of D-League guys at the end of year.
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