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New "NBA" Rebuild Plan - thinking ahead of 2012

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    Re: New "NBA" Rebuild Plan - thinking ahead of 2012

    In Response to Re: New "NBA" Rebuild Plan - thinking ahead of 2012:
    In Response to Re: New "NBA" Rebuild Plan - thinking ahead of 2012 : and my solution remains. Rondo has to become Magic/Isiah of the 87-88-89-90 championship teams. Magic was a 26 PER guy. That is LeBron territory and there is little chance Rondo can get there. But 21-22 isn't that far off. And he CAN get there. Isiah was a 17 PER guy 87-92 who was an 18ppg, 9 assist per game PG. He was only a career 76% FT shooter. Rondo is a 17 PER guy NOW. I expect Rondo to be a 16-12-6 next season who shoots 73-76% from the line. That would make his PER jump from a 3 year avg of 18.3 up into the 22-23 range. That is Deron Williams the last 3 years. Jason Kidd was basically at 18-19 his entire career. He had two 20+ PER seasons and was 2nd in MVP and went to the finals one of those times.
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    This coming from the guy who said resting brick mid-season in 4th quarters was part of docs plans to have brick adjust to playoff 4th quarter pressure.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
     
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