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Re: all Rookie team

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  • John Hollinger
    Daniels should have been first team instead of Hinrich. He could have played 40 minutes a game for a crappy team and done much more than Hinrich did. But the
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 30 9:59 PM
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      Daniels should have been first team instead of Hinrich. He could have
      played 40 minutes a game for a crappy team and done much more than
      Hinrich did.

      But the real inexcusable vote was Hayes over West on the second team.
      I see no reason West can't be one of the better PFs in the league.
      Hayes was a pretty marginal player who lucked into a lot of minutes.


      >
      > 30.7 Lebron James .487 20.2 5.5 6.0
      > 29.2 Dwyane Wade .528 19.1 4.6 5.3
      > 29.1 Carmelo Anthony .507 21.9 6.3 2.9
      > 25.2 Chris Bosh .512 13.9 7.9 1.3
      > 23.1 Kirk Hinrich .509 12.8 3.5 7.6
      >
      > These were not only the top 5 in productivity, but in minutes as
      > well.
      >
      > Here are the next few, in my book:
      >
      > 22.9 Marquis Daniels .535 14.4 4.5 3.4
      > 21.6 Josh Howard .484 11.5 7.8 2.0
      > 21.5 Raul Lopez .503 12.3 3.7 6.7
      > 21.5 Udonis Haslem .520 11.3 9.4 1.1
      > 20.8 David West .517 9.1 9.6 2.0
      > 20.4 T.J. Ford .442 8.7 4.3 8.5
      > ...
      > 16.5 Jarvis Hayes .455 11.1 4.6 1.9
      >
      > And there are quite a few more above Hayes, who made the 2nd team.
      > I don't have a problem with Ford (27 MPG) taken over Lopez (20 MPG).
      >
      > Hayes led the Wiz in minutes most of the year. I never saw much to
      > justify it. He doesn't score, rebound, or pass. His PT was
      sharply
      > curtailed toward the end of the year, as players returned.
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