Youth in the NBA

Discussion in 'Men’s Basketball' started by longhornfan2818, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. longhornfan2818

    longhornfan2818 250+ Posts

    watching the playoffs and seeign all the young superstars, (dwight Howard, Chris Paul, Lebron James, Amare Stoudamire) Throw in Durant and a few others, and the future in the NBA looks bright.
  2. LazyEngineer

    LazyEngineer 500+ Posts

    You can add Oden to that list next year. His presence could also lift Aldridge to an all-star level. As an example, look at Amare Stoudemire after Shaq got to Phoenix.
  3. Bubba Don

    Bubba Don 250+ Posts

    You didn't even mention the guy I think should be Rookie of the Year. Al Horford of Atlanta is an absolute beast in the paint. He is not as flashy as some of the others you mentioned but you can build a team around a guy like that. He does not miss a rebound and he has a decent inside offensive game that will only get better with experience.

    I am a huge Durant fan, but I still think Horford contributed more than any other rookie. Atlanta would not be in the playoffs for the first time this century without him.

    Hook em
  4. hudsonhorn

    hudsonhorn 500+ Posts

    You're certainly correct about Horford - he should be a shoo-in for ROY, even though I'm a big Durant fan. He basically carried the Hawks all year.
  5. Statalyzer

    Statalyzer 10,000+ Posts

  6. longhornfan2818

    longhornfan2818 250+ Posts

    There a a ton of young players that i left off the list, i just did not want to take the time to name every good player under the age of say 25. [​IMG]
  7. homer

    homer 500+ Posts

    DERON WILLIAMS pwns them all.
  8. Mr. Orange

    Mr. Orange 100+ Posts

  9. CraigHorn

    CraigHorn 500+ Posts

    Well said, Mr. Orange...

    And somebody had to see it... that kind of talk, on this board, cannot go without response

  10. Hu_Fan

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  11. cnb

    cnb 25+ Posts

    oden? Isn't he about 35 ??

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