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« on: July 01, 2006, 09:41:17 am »
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http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060701/SPORTS/607010336/1002/sports

It also mentions that 4 teams are interested in him.
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« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2006, 04:55:41 am »
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i think they should look down other avenues personally.
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« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2006, 10:10:32 am »
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FYI, I guess he is not as good of a defender as we give him credit

Quoted from Confid:

"STATS Don't Lie, Stevenson IS the worst starting SG in the league. He IS the worst defensive SG in the league as well. Go look it up on 82games.com, nevermind I took the time and did it myself. Here is what you have to look at. Defense is taught as a TEAM CONCEPT. You can not compare players in the FG% allowed and say ok this one is better than that one because there are more factors in the DEFENSIVE concept. For example, does he guard his player on the correct side thus pushing him in to the lane or down the baseline depennding on what the defense is set up for behind him. Second as a starter your defense should be better than the player that is second to you on the depth chart. If you look at all the starting SG's of the league as I listed them below in worst to first order, the ones that have a positive net difference number are scorers on their team. I really hope everyone appreciates the work that went in to this. I just thought people should look at the stats. The amazing thing is the BEST 2 way player in the league at SG is VINCE CARTER. I am hoping Otis reads this. And in no way did I plan that to happen, those are just the stats. It means he listens to his coach and makes the most correct decisions on defense as to how to play his player based on the team defensive concept.

Stevenson: (11ppg, 6th on team) On Court OFF Court Net Difference

Effective FG% Allowed 50.5% 46.1% +4.4%


MoPete: (16.8ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 53.9% 50.0% +3.8%


Paul Pierce: (26.8 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.8% 46.2% +3.6%


Stephen Jackson: (16.4 ppg, 4th on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 47.1% 44.5% +2.6%


Kobe Bryant: (35.4ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.0% 46.8% +2.2%


Larry Hughes: (15.5 ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 50.8% 48.3% +2.5%


Manu Ginobli: (15.1ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 46.8% 44.7% +2.1%


Jason Terry: (17.1 ppg, 2nd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 48.1% 46.3% +1.8%


Ruben Paterson: (13. ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 50.6% 49.0% +1.6%


Ricky Davis: (19.1ppg, 2nd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 48.4% 47.0% +1.4%


Devin Brown: (7.5ppg, but in limited minutes no true SG on Utah)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.8% 48.4% +1.4%


Joe Johnson: (20.2 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 51.5% 50.2% +1.3%


Jamal Crawford: (14.3 ppg, 2nd on team)

Effective FG% 48.3% 47.6% +0.7%


TMAC: (24.4 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 47.5% 47.0% +0.6%


Gerald Wallace: (15.2 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 51.7% 51.1% +0.5%


Raja Bell: (14.7 ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.2% 48.8% +0.4%


Ray Allen: (25.1 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 52.7% 52.6% +0.1%


Eddie Jones: (11.8 ppg, 3rd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 46.9% 46.9% +0.0%


Allen Iverson: (33 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 50.0% 50.1% -0.1%


Kareem Rush: (10.1 ppg, 6th on team, not the starter but needed perspective)

Effective FG% Allowed 51.0% 51.6% -0.6%


Cutino Mobley: (14.8 ppg, 4th on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 46.9% 47.6% -0.7%


Michael Redd: (25.4 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 50.2% 51.3% -1.1%


Kirk Synder: (8 ppg, 8th on team - Mason plays SG some, Snyder 1st on depth chart)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.4% 50.6% -1.2%


Jarred Jeffries: (6.4 ppg, 8th on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 49.8% 51.1% -1.3%


Ben Gordon: (16.9 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 45.9% 47.3% -1.4%


Ron Artest: (16.9 ppg, 2nd on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 48.1% 49.4% -1.4%


Dwayne Wade: (27.2 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 47.4% 48.9% -1.5%


Richard Hamilton: (20.1 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 47.3% 49.0% -1.6%


Jason Richardson: (23.2 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 48.8% 50.5% -1.7%


Vince Carter: (24.2 ppg, 1st on team)

Effective FG% Allowed 47.0% 49.6% -2.6%"
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« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2006, 05:00:10 pm »
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I think Magic should look elsewhere. I heard they are looking at Kareem Rush. He would be a better pick up than re-signing Stevenson
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« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2006, 05:52:34 pm »
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I Totally Agree. I Like DeShawn's Game, But We Could Do Better. I Don't Know Why He's Making This So Hard, Though. I Think This Would Be His Best Chance To Make A Name For Himself. This Is A Team On The Come Up....It Would Be Wise For Him Would To Stay.
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« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2006, 07:40:01 pm »
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i think we should focus on Ariza.
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