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Kyle Singler

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I didn't think he was this good. He's been shooting the ball at a high percentage and it seems like he can do just about anything on the floor. Also he's bigger, stronger, and more athletic than he seemed at Duke.

That isolation play with the spin move was really nice coming out of your forward. Also the movement without the ball - Pistons got themselves a steal.

Just good solid basketball. The have to get him into the starting lineup.

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Always liked his game and wanted the Bobcats the draft him. Yet another Duke player flourishing in the NBA. I guess we can put tired old argument to rest..

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Meh, I guess 9ppg and 3rpg is good

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Always liked his game and wanted the Bobcats the draft him. Yet another Duke player flourishing in the NBA. I guess we can put tired old argument to rest..

Yeah bro 9 points a game in his 3rd yr out of college lol

What dookies are good in the nba? Kyrie Irving who played a wopping 9 games in Durham?

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Yeah bro 9 points a game in his 3rd yr out of college lol

What dookies are good in the nba? Kyrie Irving who played a wopping 9 games in Durham?

Currently? Carlos boozer, Luol deng, Shane Battier

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Currently? Carlos boozer, Luol deng, Shane Battier

wow that's an impressive list.

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wow that's an impressive list.

Not every college can be as impressive as UNC :notfair:

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