quote DemonfurbyI don't like Lebron that much but i have great respect for his scoring ability. And needless to say he can score as easily as Durant if he wants so. However, what's keeping him is his trained mindset to try to pass if possible. he's been that way even in college eventhough he's a good scorer.Way overrated was a bit of an overstament. He's a great defender and a reliable scorer when given the opportunity, he just hasn't had the onus put on his scoring because of the big three in OKC.
The only thing Melo does it score, and at best he's second in the league to Durant in that category. Hell, if LeBron wanted to, he'd be the best scorer in the league just in terms of him being the best attacker of the basket in the league by far. Add in him beginning to take advantage of his insane post advantage and he can be the best scorer in the league if he wanted to. He's a good enough shooter to keep defenders honest too, especially when he's hot. Melo almost never plays defense, isn't a good rebounder for his size, and an awful playmaker in terms of setting up others. That's not 90+ material to me.
And I'm adament about Rondo being the best point guard in the league. The ONLY thing he needs to improve is his outside shooting, and it's definitely been coming along the past few years, and has a good enough stroke to get it right the more he's relied on to score.. He does everything better than every other point guard in the league if you're not including LeBron as a point.
quote Demonfurby96. That puts him and 87 overall Pau together in the frontcourt.Bynum should be 90 at least. Interested to see where Dwight is.
quote DemonfurbyThis is something I didn't notice but I completely agree with. I'd rather have Rondo over Chris Paul any day. Paul is quicker, but Rondo can throw better dimes, make tough lay-ups, and score in clutch situations. He was the star last year in Boston easily, and his rating should show that.Rondo's should be at CP3's level, if not one more.
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