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    Default Kispert on the Julius Erving Award Watchlist

    From Twitter: https://twitter.com/Hoophall/status/1184514310774521857
    Basketball HOF
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    Basketball Hall of Fame Names Twenty Small Forwards to Watch List for 2020 @JuliusErving
    Award. #ErvingAward

    : http://bit.ly/2MLaG46


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    Go Corey!!!

    I have made a guess that Corey would average 18 ppg. I was disagreed with, despite my reasoning, because of statistics. I still expect him to do that.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    Go Corey!!!

    I have made a guess that Corey would average 18 ppg. I was disagreed with, despite my reasoning, because of statistics. I still expect him to do that.
    Just for perspective, ESPN's stats go back to 2002-3. In that span, Rui, Wiltjer, Raivio, Morrison, Batista and Stepp have scored 18 or better. Dickau and Calvary before that. So 8 guys in +-20 years. Olynyk was close at 17.8.

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    3 from state of Washington....nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zagceo View Post
    3 from state of Washington....nice
    I was just going to write the same.

    And Tres Tinkle from down the road at Missoula (high school, at least, IIRC)
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
    Mark Twain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maynard g krebs View Post
    Just for perspective, ESPN's stats go back to 2002-3. In that span, Rui, Wiltjer, Raivio, Morrison, Batista and Stepp have scored 18 or better. Dickau and Calvary before that. So 8 guys in +-20 years. Olynyk was close at 17.8.
    I understand, but this is kind of the perfect storm.

    The ONLY returning starter and one of only 3 that saw much playing time.
    He has shown that he can score when asked to, but has taken a back seat to others.

    Will he do it? I don't know, but that is what I guessed.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willandi View Post
    I understand, but this is kind of the perfect storm.

    The ONLY returning starter and one of only 3 that saw much playing time.
    He has shown that he can score when asked to, but has taken a back seat to others.

    Will he do it? I don't know, but that is what I guessed.
    It definitely could happen. If hes in the 12 to 14 ppg range I'd be happy, that's what I predict for him. I think it will be another year of really balanced scoring up and down the lineup. I'd be less surprised if Petrusev scored 18 a game, when hes on the floor he likes to shoot.

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    IMO, Tillie is the only player capable of putting up those kinds of numbers, with Guilder a possible 2nd. All speculation as to who will shine at this point. It's going to be fun.

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