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Noah and PJ to have limited roles.

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Steve Clifford said that while rookies Vonleh and Hairston have "starter's talent," neither likely to have a significant role this season.

— Rick Bonnell (@rick_bonnell)

July 21, 2014

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As it should be.  Let them grow.  Charlotte ain't moving to New Orleans again in 2017.

 

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We will see when we cant get no significant scoring off the bench.

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I think Vonleh needs to get 26+ minutes a game

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I think Vonleh needs to get 26+ minutes a game

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That's borderline starter minutes. No way. His game is way too raw and he'd be an offensive and defensive liability at this point starting for us
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I think Vonleh needs to get 26+ minutes a game

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Are you kidding me?  I hope you are being sarcastic.

 

nevermind....I forgot that you were only a 15 yo kid.

 

 

vonleh is not even close to contributing this year.  He is young, raw, and does not have an NBA body or game yet.

 

PJ is the one that could have minimal minutes but have a scoring impact.

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Sounds about right

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I think Vonleh needs to get 26+ minutes a game

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MKG only played 24 minutes last season.

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Never mind. I really gotta quit debating with a child.

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I love this man. He's as honest as it gets.

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That's the one thing I don't care for about Clifford. I love the man outside of that. But, this strategy goes horribly wrong when you have a rookie/young guy completely outplaying the vet in front of him and yet, he still gets no mins.

I know he's explained it before about how if you play a young guy too early it can destroy their development. BUT, there is a very thin line there that you could end up hurting them if you don't play them enough either...

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I think most people that watched last year could guess that. Clifford isn't going to give young guys run over a vet that's ready to go now.

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