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26 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 00:21

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27 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 00:22

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28 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 00:24

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29 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 00:29

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30 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 08:20

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31 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Fri Jan 13 2012, 21:44

treba ga zatvoriti tamo da odlezi par godina ..majmun

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32 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:32

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Five most underrated NBA players

By Chris Palmer
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Everybody loves an underdog, the kind of player who makes an impact despite an unrecognizable name, physical limitations or the fact that he was drafted in the second round or not at all. Other guys may have all the tools, but are simply outshone on a nightly basis by the game's brightest stars. Casual fans might not recognize them at the mall, but their opponents undoubtedly show respect and spend plenty of time game-planning for these unheralded players. These guys aren't the best at their position, but often outplay the best.

Kyle Lowry, PG, Houston Rockets
Among the most physical players at the position, Lowry is arguably the strongest point guard in the NBA. His wide, muscular physique and deceptive quickness make his bowling ball-style penetration a nightmare to guard. This season, the sixth-year veteran has shown improved court awareness and polished his mastery of the drive-and-kick, as well as finding 3-point shooters with well-placed skip passes.

After nearly three weeks, Lowry is unexpectedly ranked third in assists with 9.4 per game. His season averages of 15 points, 9.4 assists and 6.8 rebounds mean he's on triple-double alert nearly every night. Further, he's one of just four point guards averaging at least six assists and 1.9 steals. In an age of hyper-talented franchise lead guards, it could be tough to keep the blue-collar Lowry off the All-Star team.

D.J. Augustin, PG, Charlotte Bobcats
Augustin has quietly emerged as the Bobcats' best player, and is developing into one of the rising under-the-radar guards in the league. He's got a better PER than Deron Williams and John Wall, and ranks among the leaders in the Eastern Conference among guards in scoring (6th), assists (6th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (4th). He's not shooting particularly well from the field (.387), but is still putting up an excellent 16 ppg, 6.7 apg and 4 rpg.

For a guy who has the ball in his hands often, he does an excellent job of taking care of it -- just 2.2 turnovers per game. Though not a steal magnet, Augustin has made strides defensively by improving his footwork, gambling less and seeing the passing lanes better. He uses great quickness to create space for his pull-up J, but when Augustin mixes up his shot selection -- a whopping 76 percent of his attempts are jump shots -- his percentages and numbers will take yet another jump.

Ty Lawson, PG, Denver Nuggets
All Lawson has done is emerge as the best player on what looks to be a quality playoff team. Sure, he's benefited from the absence of J.R. Smith and Wilson Chandler by seeing his minutes increase -- up seven from last season to a career-best 33.2. But it's about more than floor time, as Lawson, like Lowry, is one of four point guards averaging at least six assists and 1.9 steals.

"Shooter" is not the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Lawson, but he's a career 50-percent shooter from the field and a solid 39 percent for his career from behind the arc, which is better than All-Stars Chris Paul (36) and Rajon Rondo (24). Of course, part of his overall field goal percentage is due to the fact that he gets a lot of quality looks at the rim thanks to fearlessness when driving among the trees. He's shooting 63 percent at the rim, but his 50 percent conversion from 10-15 feet is nothing to sneeze at.

Lawson is doing all of this while earning just $1.6 million this season, which could make him arguably the best bargain in the game.

Wesley Matthews, SG, Portland Trail Blazers
Matthews has been so consistently overlooked that the idea of him being underrated might not be what it once was, since it's mentioned so often. It's clear why that is when you actually look at what he does. His scoring and rebounding averages have steadily risen the past two seasons, and he's making his name as a hard-nosed defender. There are few shooters who are more accurate from all over the floor than this third-year shooting guard. In fact he's one of just three players who's shooting at least 47 percent from the field, 38 percent from 3 and 87 percent form the line (Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers are the others), which all adds up to the best true shooting percentage in the Blazers' starting lineup.

Another huge plus to Matthews' game: He doesn't make mistakes. Among players averaging at least 33.4 mpg, Matthews turns the ball over the least at 1.2 times per game.

Paul Millsap, F, Utah Jazz
Millsap has earned a rep as one of those players that opponents would rather not guard. Playing in relative anonymity in Utah, his most noted achievement was his 46-point explosion against the Heat in November 2010. (In the past five seasons, only six non-All-Stars have hit for 46.)

His field goal percentage of .543 is fourth among all forwards. He was one of the best jump-shooters at the power forward position last season, leading the league in field goal percentage from 10-15 feet with 51.6 percent. He can also finish inside, as his stout 70.4 percent at the rim shows.

Opponents regard him as one of the strongest players at his position, and he's terribly difficult to move off the block once he gets position. He's got a better per-36-minute rebound average than draft classmate LaMarcus Aldridge (9.3 to 7.7), to whom he gives up three inches. In fact, he's one of only four players 6-foot-8 or shorter who is currently averaging at least 7.9 rebounds, and he is grabbing more boards per game than 21 starting centers.



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33 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:37

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nego da ne pisem sad post i u allstar temi,zna li se ko ce ucestvovati na zakucavanjima,trojke,skill challenge?? ko ce biti treneri ekipa??

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34 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:39

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izmenio sam ako neko uopste i cita..
ne zna se jos uvek naravno, rano je za to.

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35 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:40

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36 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:43

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Slazem se, pogotovo za Lowry-a i Matthews-a.

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37 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:44

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38 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:47

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evidence wrote:izmenio sam ako neko uopste i cita..
ne zna se jos uvek naravno, rano je za to.
Jedino sam za lawsona i procitao Very Happy
a vjerujem da ce dobiti dobre pare za iduci ugovor...
mi smo imali srece sto ga je minesota draftovala kao treceg pleya te godine..
a po postignutom su zasad iza njega(thabeet,harden,flynn,hill,derozan,t.williams,henderson,hasnbrough,clark,daye,j.johnson) sa svi su ispred njega bili na draftu..jedino da se bas izdvojio ispred njega je griffin i mozda evans iz te draft generacije..

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39 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 00:54

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i harden je bar tu rame uz rame sa njim, pogotovo ove godine..

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40 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Jan 15 2012, 08:07

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bio bi on mozda i bolji da je starter i da nema westbrooka u ekipi...ovako su tu negdje..

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41 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Wed Jan 25 2012, 00:58

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2011-12 All-Disappointment Team

We're at the quarter-post already, believe it or not. It's been just under a month, but 26 of the league's 30 teams have played at least 16 games of the lockout-compressed 66-game schedule.

For those of us who crunch numbers for a living, this means our sample sizes are getting large enough that "it's just couple of games" doesn't really suffice as an explanation anymore. For a lot of players, we've seen worrisome starts that seem well on their way to becoming bad seasons.

Take Amare Stoudemire, for instance. Setting aside the chicken-or-egg debate about whether a good point guard could find him easier shots, there's the glaring fact that the explosive first step that triggered his past scoring exploits has lost a good deal of its zip. Nobody seems to remember this, but the Suns ran a ton of high isos for Stoudemire in his final season in Phoenix; it worked because no big man in basketball could stay in front of him, even if he held up a neon sign that read, "I will be going right, as I only use my left hand to hold cutlery and assist in parallel parking."

That jet-like blast-off to his right just hasn't been there this season, and as a result Stoudemire is shooting only 41.3 percent from the floor with a sharp increase in turnovers. Again, perhaps a good point guard could find him more creases for easy baskets, but one worries that something more sinister is at work here. At 29 years old with two surgically repaired knees, it's fair to ask if his era as a go-to scorer is drawing to a close.

Regardless of the cause, the effect on Stoudemire's shooting percentage is crystal clear. Stoudemire had a TS% over 60 in each of his last five full seasons in the desert; that dropped to 56.5 last season in New York and now stands at a disheartening 49.5. His -7.65 point PER drop is by far the largest of any player with at least 400 minutes played this season and has been the primary factor in New York's deceptively awful 6-10 start against a Charmin-soft schedule.

As a result, Stoudemire captains my All-Disappointment Team from the first month of the season. Let's take a look at the rest of the roster:

Andray Blatche , Washington
The poster child for the foolishness in Washington, Blatche's decline has been jarring. He averaged 16.8 points a game a year ago but has exceeded 15 just once in 14 contests this season. Part of the problem is that he's become even more passive than usual; he's essentially stopped drawing fouls and is averaging just 1.5 assists per 40 minutes.

While one could reasonably nominate several Wizards for this spot, Blatche should be peaking at age 25 in his sixth season; instead, his PER is down a shocking 6.03 points, which is a big reason the Wizards have both the league's worst offense and the league's worst record ... and an even bigger one for why Flip Saunders is now unemployed.

Wesley Johnson, Minnesota
For the fourth overall pick, Johnson has been a crushing disappointment. While he's a decent wing defender and has suffered from playing out of position as a shooting guard in Minnesota, the underlying big picture is that he's a role player at best.

Johnson is already 24 and is neither an elite athlete nor an elite shooter; he's emphatically proving that latter point at the moment by shooting 12-of-48 on 3-pointers. Meanwhile he's earned 10 free throws the entire season and has a shockingly high turnover rate for a secondary offensive player. I'm sure he's a better player than he's shown thus far, but I'm equally sure the Timberwolves should have drafted Greg Monroe or Paul George.

Lamar Odom, Dallas
This isn't news, obviously, but Odom's decline has been shocking. A Fluke Rule player a year ago, it was clear the out-of-character shooting percentages from a year ago wouldn't hold up. He's actually taking more shots in Dallas than he did in L.A., which is unfortunate given how few of them have gone in -- Odom is shooting just 34.4 percent from the floor.

His assist and rebound numbers have cratered, too, and as a result Odom's jarring -10.21 point PER change is the worst in the league this season. If it holds up, in fact, it will be among the worst of all time. We've seen signs of the real Odom lately and one suspects these numbers will move toward the mean in time, but any way you slice it Odom is having a horrific season.

DeMar DeRozan, Toronto
Remember all those positive stories the first week of the season about DeRozan's improved 3-point stroke? That went away fast, huh? DeRozan is indeed shooting slightly better on 3s (12-for-38 after making a total of nine in his first two pro seasons).

Unfortunately for the Raptors, he's only making 39.2 percent of his 2s, and for a player whose only redeeming quality is shot creation, that's a major problem. DeRozan's PER has slipped nearly five points in what was supposed to be his breakout year; in additional to the shooting woes, he's turning the ball over more and passing it less than ever.

Toney Douglas, New York
The hope in New York was that Douglas could be a serviceable point guard until Baron Davis was healthy. Those hopes were crushed like Greg Ostertag's sofa cushions. Douglas was such a disaster at the point that it effectively ended any and all "is he a 1 or a 2?" debates: He's a 2, simply by virtue of his so abjectly not being a 1.

Missed shots also played a role in Douglas' demise, as he's shooting 32.3 percent and is at just 23.9 percent on 3s. What makes this worse is that Douglas draws fouls as rarely as any player in basketball, so there are no easy points to offset all the wayward jumpers. At some point he'll make more shots, but his -8.05 point PER decline is among the worst in basketball and has effectively left him unplayable.

Jameer Nelson, Orlando
Lost in the generally positive start of the Magic's season has been the continued struggles of their point guard. Nelson isn't taking or making many shots; normally a high-percentage mid-range shooter, he's at 40 percent from the floor and 33.3 percent on 3s and averaging just 11.5 points per 40 minutes -- nearly six less than a year earlier. Despite calling his own number less, he's finding opponents more -- his 2.7 turnovers per game are a career high and give him one of the worst turnover rates at his position.

As a small guard in his late 20s -- always the danger zone -- the worry is that this decline may be permanent, albeit perhaps not as severe as the early-season numbers make it seem. Monday night's five-point, five-turnover debacle in Boston only fuels that argument.

Stephen Jackson, Milwaukee
The worst part of Jackson's start was that the Bucks were pretending he was still good -- most notably at the end of the Sacramento game, when they called a Hero Iso play for him that resulted in a bad miss and capped an unlikely Kings comeback. I don't think that will be a problem anymore, now that the Bucks benched him for missing a shootaround and have seen him hit another bad slump. Jackson is 10 for his last 40 from the field and hasn't scratched in two of the past three games.

For the season he's at 36.6 percent from the floor and a ghastly 28.8 percent on 3s; even with the league's No. 23 offense, Milwaukee has better options. Of course, the shooting isn't the worst part -- it's the turnovers. Cap'n Jack has the worst turnover ratio of any shooting guard with more than 150 minutes, as he has a high bounce and his lack of zip constantly has him in traffic

Luis Scola, Houston
The Rockets are rolling, having won seven straight, which makes you wonder how well they'd do if Scola could ever get untracked. Coming off a career year at age 31, it was fair to expect a bit of decline, but Scola's numbers are way down across the board. Of particular concern is a minuscule 10.3 Rebound Rate; he's lost nearly three boards off his 40-minute rate from a year ago, which itself was a career low.

Scola has a rep as a flopper but actually doesn't draw many fouls, and this is another problem: He's taking barely half as many free throw attempts as last season and its dragging his TS% southward. Sum it up and it's more than a five-point decline in PER.

Devin Harris, Utah
Here's what would worry me about Harris' start: He's stopped drawing fouls, and that was the one differentiating skill he had as a player. Harris averaged nearly six free throws a game each of the past three seasons; this season, he's averaging just 2.7. It signifies a larger problem, which is that he's lost some of the zip that used to propel him to the basket so easily. It's a common malady among guards in their late 20s (Harris is 28), but unfortunately he doesn't have a laser jump shot upon which to fall back. A career 30.6 percent 3-point shooter, it appears Harris faces a difficult adjustment in order to remain viable as a starting point guard. In the meantime, his PER has dipped more than five points and the Jazz are openly shopping him.

Jason Kidd, Dallas
Not so fast with the chortling, Mavs fans. Harris has been awful, but so has Kidd. Some of his numbers are so shockingly bad they cry out for some alternative explanation, preferably one involving interference from extraterrestrial life forms.

Kidd is shooting 26.4 percent from the floor; he's made four 2-point baskets the entire season and has earned only five free throw attempts. That's bad, but the turnovers are worse; Kidd has the worst turnover rate of any starting point guard and some of the miscues have been shockingly juvenile -- most notably when he dropped the ball inbounds at the end of the Utah game and nearly allowed the Jazz a free shot at tying it.

John Salmons, Sacramento
And saving the worst for last, we go to Salmons, who has the worst PER of any player with at least 400 minutes played. This is doubly impressive because he had an off year the previous season in Milwaukee and figured to bounce back some; instead, his PER has dropped by nearly five more points, which again gives him one of the league's worst declines. Somehow, he's started every game, even though he hasn't made more than half his shots in any of them; he's at 34.5 percent for the season and has made 11-of-51 from 3.

While we're here, I'll again mention that the Kings traded down in the draft in order to acquire Salmons and the three years and $25 million remaining on his contract, and they also sent out a pretty decent player (Beno Udrih) who happens to play the one position where the Kings have no players at the moment.

Honorable mention: We didn't have room for these guys on our 12-man roster, but you could easily make a good case for Tyrus Thomas, Tayshaun Prince, Raymond Felton, Danny Granger, Nene, Grant Hill, Mehmet Okur, Kendrick Perkins, Metta World Peace, J.J. Hickson, Glen Davis and Deron Williams. Don't think we haven't noticed, fellas.

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42 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Tue Jan 31 2012, 21:03

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daju odgovore na sledeca pitanja
Should the Magic trade Dwight Howard by the March 15 deadline?
Should the Bulls go all out to acquire Dwight Howard?
Should the Lakers trade Bynum and Gasol for Dwight Howard?
What trade involving a star would you like to see?
What trade involving a contending team would you like to see?

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43 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Wed Feb 01 2012, 13:20

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Interesantan clanak sa nba.com o danasnjim centrima u NBA ligi:

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44 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Thu Feb 02 2012, 13:37

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45 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Thu Feb 02 2012, 13:43

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46 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Feb 05 2012, 11:59

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47 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sun Feb 05 2012, 12:27

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48 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Tue Feb 07 2012, 23:52

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49 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sat Feb 25 2012, 14:04

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50 Re: Off-Court - dešavanja van terena on Sat Feb 25 2012, 14:09

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