How Can Rudy Fernandez Bounce Back From An Injury Derailed Sophomore Season?
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/08/2010 12:51 PM

    Up next is Rudy Fernandez
    Here is a snippet of the article from my blog-

     

    Coming off a sensational rookie campaign which saw him break the single season three-point record for first-year players (159), Rudy Fernandez's hopes of a successful sequel in 2010 were thwarted with an assortment of injuries, ranging from a needed microdiscectomy to relieve pressure on a nerve in his back to strained quadriceps. Both obstacles kept Fernandez out of action for multiple games at a time, making it hard to establish a rhythm; he struggled with inconsistencies all season long. The toughest pill to swallow had to be the timing of the injuries. Just as he was on the cusp of hitting his 2009 stride, as evidenced by exceeding his seasonal averages in points (10.4), field goal percentage (.423), and three-point shooting (.471) over a span of a 14 game stretch directly after the All-Star Break, he incurred yet another setback on March 20th. Were injuries solely to blame for the sophomore slump or was there more to it?

    1. Shooting Off The Dribble

    2. Already renowned as one of the best pure, spot-up shooters in the league, Rudy Fernandez is a threat to the opposition any time he is left open, garnering the attention of his defender. For Rudy to become a more complete shooter and accumulate more of his defender's awareness, refining his ability to shoot off the dribble will be necessary to achieve both. It's been said the best way for a shooter to get into a groove is to simply see the ball go in the basket. If all that's attempted are long-distance three-pointers, the chances of finding a rhythm in that particular way is slimmer than putting the ball on the floor and taking it hard to the basket, either resulting in a trip to the foul line or a lay-up.
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    Do you agree with the improvements listed as to how Rudy can rebound and revert back to his rookie performance? Or are there different ways in which he can continue his development as an NBA player?

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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/08/2010 1:29 PM

    Getting out of Portland. He wants starter minutes, he got it in the playoffs...but didn't do anything with it. He has shown that he needs to get out of Portland to suck on another team.
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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 06/08/2010 2:11 PM

    Something forgotten has to be his weight. The NBA is such a much more physical game than the Euro leagues Rudy is used to. His body is very frail for a shooting guard (under 200 lbs) and he's probably scared to attack the hoop after Trevor Ariza clocked him from behind in 2009. It's stuck in the back of his mind, can't get out. Maybe if he was able to add some more muscle to his frame, he'd not only be able to take the hits across the middle but also help him hold up throughout the season, because he seems like he's always hitting a wall towards the middle of the season.
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 06/08/2010 2:30 PM

    I think that Rudy would benefit from gaining a bit more muscle, shooting off the dribble, and limiting turn overs. all these things he NEEDS to do if he will be successful here. I think Rudy can be an amazing player when he's playing with confidence. Last season was weird by all calculations and we should wait for the next to try and measure such a new NBA player. I think Rudy will come along and provide a good 12 points a game on ave. when we get everyone in the right position and healthy. I think he is a fire cracker off the bench and could possibly be a great sixth man for our team. It is true jump shooters get into slumps -Ray Allen- and everyone talks about how they suck but then when a jump shooter -RAY ALLEN - wins a game for you because he is on fire we talk about how awesome that player is. RUDY is a great shooter and probably will be hard to replace. I think we should keep up the heat on him so he will do the things he NEEDS to  do to be the player we saw he had the potential to be.
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/08/2010 2:53 PM

    You're right Kenny-
    We all saw how hot he got in Game 6 against the Suns, almost willing us back to victory. It's just a matter of him getting more consistent and I think if he's able to score in other ways, it'll take some of the pressure off of him from 3 point land, because he'll then feel like this isn't his only chance to contribute.
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  1. Kim~
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    Posted 06/08/2010 3:25 PM

    Imo, the biggest thing Rudy can do is get past the mental aspect of his injury,  not hesitate to go to the basket. Once he gets it going, his shots fall more consistantly. Hopefully the Blazers kept the psychologist  on staff , that they tried to use with Miles ;)
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  1. BriBri825
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    Posted 06/08/2010 7:40 PM

    I agree with everyone who said Rudy needs to put on some muscle. I have been saying this since the first time I watched him play. I also say the same about Nic. I just think it's a disadvantage.
    I also think that Rudy should be given another chance before we ship him out. This past season was SOOOO insane injury wise, and Rudy wasn't excluded. I want Rudy to talk to Nate, get a COMPLETE understanding of what Nate wants, and then fully explain his frustrations. I hope that if everything is out in the open (within the team), things will get better.
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/08/2010 10:26 PM

    Maybe he can put on some muscle to improve...I doubt he will. WE forget the guy is like 24 years old now. He is the type of player that he is. We aren't going to see much different. Now it's all about confidence. His skill set is set,it's now a matter of if he wants to do it. He's always going to be a streaky three point shooter off the bench, but he's not 6th man material. Just a very solid role player.
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  1. RipCityRevival
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    Posted 06/09/2010 7:46 AM

    The most important thing for Rudy to address in the offseason is his attitude. I can't imagine the press can release statements regarding Rudy's view of the team, have them be "false" and not get a law suit thrown at them. It's the second time in two years that they've said he wants to be traded. I can't imagine his agent would say these things, have them be "false" and not get fired. This tells me that there is more truth to these than everyone wants to acknowledge. Rudy needs to understand his role on the team is based off his production and his skills in comparisson to the other players on the team, not his production on the Spanish National team.
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/09/2010 11:49 AM

    Anybody catch this article today about him 'Saying Yes' To Real Madrid?

    “Rudy Fernandez has said ‘yes’ to Real Madrid if he’s able to get a buyout from the Blazers.

    Real would pay Rudy $2.8 million per season.”


    I really don't know what to think anymore? I doubt the Trail Blazers allow for a buyout because he's too good of an asset to just let go. What do you guys think?
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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 06/09/2010 2:06 PM

    Is there any reason why we don't here this website talking about the Gasol brothers? Does Rudy provoke them or what? Whatever it is, I'm getting tired of it. His value by the day is decreasing. We blew it by not trading him last off-season when his value was at an all-time high.
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  1. Kim~
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    Posted 06/09/2010 7:00 PM

    We don't talk about the gasol brothers, because this is a Blazer fan site !!
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/09/2010 9:37 PM

    We also don't talk about the Gasol brothers because they are contributing to their team positively. Heck one of them is in the finals for 3 straight years, and the other one is improving every season.
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  1. mario250775
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    Posted 06/10/2010 11:12 AM

    For me Rudy is super player and I like his style and quickness but NBA is very physical and tough and after this two years I don't think he can play better and  Listening to his speech during season I don't think he feels good in Portland so ... we will see what happen ?  

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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/10/2010 2:20 PM

    I believe ClydeFrog was referring to Marca when he said "this site". It is true though. How come no other Spaniards seem to be in the press as frequent as Rudy?
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/10/2010 4:06 PM

    Rudy was the former MVP you know.
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  1. Kim~
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    Posted 06/10/2010 7:02 PM

    Well still, I'm sure the Blazer media doesnt spend a lot of time chasing down gasol brothers news in Spain, and real madrid doesnt post here, it's copied. I personally have no interest in the gasols, they don't play for the Blazers.

    Interesting article though.
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 06/13/2010 9:26 AM

    DHawes22:  You seem to have the "inside track" on quite a number of things, so allow me to "pick your brain" here a little...With Rudy's steadily declining value, IF (likely at this point) the team were to look to move him, what are some of the more advantageous avenues to do so?  My money is on the draft.  Very sad to say that I believe that his value has dropped THAT much.  I am thinking that they may move Rudy to move up on draft day, then making a selection "for another team".  That selection, with some other unnamed players would then be packaged for someone addressing "the bigger picture".  What are YOUR thoughts?  I am reluctant to get any more specific than this at this time, sorry.
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/13/2010 12:33 PM

    Posted By BDawg on 06/13/2010 9:26 AM
    DHawes22:  You seem to have the "inside track" on quite a number of things, so allow me to "pick your brain" here a little...With Rudy's steadily declining value, IF (likely at this point) the team were to look to move him, what are some of the more advantageous avenues to do so?  My money is on the draft.  Very sad to say that I believe that his value has dropped THAT much.  I am thinking that they may move Rudy to move up on draft day, then making a selection "for another team".  That selection, with some other unnamed players would then be packaged for someone addressing "the bigger picture".  What are YOUR thoughts?  I am reluctant to get any more specific than this at this time, sorry.

    Honestly, my guess is as good as yours. I know no more than any other die-hard fan. It's no secret Rudy's value has declined immensely from last offseason to this one, mainly due to those nagging injuries which kept him out of his rhythm. After reading every bit of news information since the season ended and reading between the lines, if any moves were made involving the changing of player personnel, I would guess it'll be draft related. KP had a quote a while back about liking to attack from angles where others aren't looking. Meaning, everyone is so dialed in on free agency, so he'll look to work the draft. Also, we're not a huge hub for attracting free agents so I put doubt in any sign and trades and we don't have huge cap room to go out and do damage via free agency, so pretty much just by process of elimination and our history of being active on draft day, that's my best guess.
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 06/13/2010 12:45 PM

    Why are people saying his stock has dropped? Rudy is just fine. I think it is a mistake to think his value is declining and where did this idea come from? Dropped to the point where we give him up for a rookie? This is absurd. Rudy had a bad 1/2 season due to injuries and weird circumstances with the team. Bdawg who would you want at his position coming off the bench. I think to try and get a new person and get them to the point where they feel comfortable and productive sets us back. We should try to get Rudy to strengthen his weaknesses and be more consistent with what he is great at. Build this team, not look for the mysterious golden egg that make all our problems disappear. The fact is Rudy has not diminished his value we just don't have much patience with players when they have a bad stretch. We turn so fast on people it's a little bit sick.
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 06/13/2010 1:33 PM

    Interesting post kenny c.  I absolutely agree with almost everything you wrote.  I have to add what Rudy wants though.  Rudy wants to be THE MAN, and a starter at his position, a focal point at the offensive end.  This will never happen in Portland.   Brandon is the franchize player.  I think it was Rudy coming to terms with this finally that was to blame for his disapperance late in the season and playoffs.  Rudy is nothing without the passion he plays with.  I don't think anyone can argue that there wasn't much passion there late.  Then there are the quotes from the Spanish papers.  He is not EVER going to be happy here.  The best thing for both Rudy AND the team is to part ways, simply because he isn't a good fit here.  In addition, the difference in style of play between Europe and here should not be overlooked in this situation.  Rudy came from a place where he was widely regarded as a basketball icon, a sports legend.  Here, with the more physical brand of basketball and his slight frame, he has been reduced to a very one dimentional player...a spot up shooter, lethal as he may be at times.  He does, when happy, bring alot of intangibles and energy off a bench.  The reality for Rudy unfortunately, barring a sudden infatuation with steroids, is that he will never start for a winning team in this league.  He will be going back to Europe.  Just a matter of when.
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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 06/13/2010 1:53 PM

    Posted By kenny c. on 06/13/2010 12:45 PM
    Why are people saying his stock has dropped? Rudy is just fine. I think it is a mistake to think his value is declining and where did this idea come from? Dropped to the point where we give him up for a rookie? This is absurd. Rudy had a bad 1/2 season due to injuries and weird circumstances with the team. Bdawg who would you want at his position coming off the bench. I think to try and get a new person and get them to the point where they feel comfortable and productive sets us back. We should try to get Rudy to strengthen his weaknesses and be more consistent with what he is great at. Build this team, not look for the mysterious golden egg that make all our problems disappear. The fact is Rudy has not diminished his value we just don't have much patience with players when they have a bad stretch. We turn so fast on people it's a little bit sick.

    Because it has. Even if you didn't look at his stats (which dropped off significantly), just from watching him play, you could tell he was a completely different player. His shot was non existant, there were no more dramatic, flashy plays, only poor decision making, leading to turnovers. Think about it, what plays did Rudy have this year that stick out in your mind compared to last year? I can't think of one thing Rudy did this year that I still think about and go "WHOA!" Last year they happened every other week. The entire pre-season game against Sacramento, 5 points in 5 seconds vs PHX, the running, out of nowhere tip-in to seal the win in Washington, etc. Scouts and GM's see the same thing we all do and I think you'll be pretty upset with what we get in return for Rudy (if he's dealt) if you place your expectations too highly. Last year we could have got a lotto pick or young star for him, now, we'll be lucky to get pick #16 from Minnesota, and that's only b/c they want Rubio to come over. Not to mention, under the limelight, his playoff performance was disappointing to put it nicely.

    Stats-
    Career Season Averages
    Year Team G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
    08-09 POR 78 4 25.6 0.425 0.399 0.839 0.6 2.1 2.7 2.0 0.9 0.2 1.10 1.42 10.4
    09-10 POR 62 2 23.2 0.378 0.368 0.867 0.6 2.1 2.6 2.0 1.0 0.2 1.16 1.40 8.1
    Career -- 140 6 24.5 0.406 0.387 0.851 0.6 2.1 2.6 2.0 0.9 0.2 1.13 1.41 9.4
    All-Star -- 1 1 22.0 0.400 0.500 0.500 1.0 3.0 4.0 3.0 1.0 0.0 2.00 1.00 14.0
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  1. BDawg
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    Posted 06/13/2010 2:00 PM

    kenny c:  I agree with you, especially the point you make involving the "golden egg".  I believe the knee-jerk reaction by many fans to make moves when things aren't going as they would like is just symptomatic of a growing impatience in this community, Paul Allen and the Vulcans included, though to a lesser degree.  If you are a fan of Rudy, then you should be wanting what Rudy wants, right?  Rudy wants out of Portland.  If not contractually obligated, there is no doubt in my mind he would already be gone.  The realizations that 1)he will never have the role on this team that he wants, 2)he isn't the caliber player in THIS league as he is overseas have hit him square between the eyes.  Not out of the question to assert that these two factors are to blame for his late season/playoff disappearance.  His body language spoke volumes.  To answer your question about filling his shoes off the bench...Web.  Martell has demonstrated more of an all around game and his defense is leaps and bounds ahead of Rudy's.  Martell, not unlike many other Blazers, need a season where their role is a bit more consistent.  He is a rythym guy, so the sporatic minutes he was getting weren't condusive to him succeeding.  Give Martell a consistent role and I think you would see a 6th man candidate.  Webster is a gym rat, and a guy that will work tirelessly to improve upon whatever part of his game his team needs him to improve upon...because he wants to be here.  If Bayless could refine his jumpshot to the point of earning league-wide respect on the perimeter, he would be a tremendous triple threat.  Batum is more than versatile enough to play the 2 for stretches also.  The need isn't at backup 2 behind Roy, it's at the PG position.  Rudy needs to go...for Rudy AND for the team. 
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  1. kenny c.
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    Posted 06/14/2010 7:23 AM

    The stats did drop off a bit for rudy from his rookie year to his soph. year in the league by two points. He did play 16 less games though. is two points less in av. a big drop in his value? I don't think the logic is there. Big plays during the season where one 'thinks wow that was timely and awesome, good for you Rudy' didn't happen consistently enough last season, but they could have if some of his shots went down at the times he took them. point is, it's a matter of perception. And our perception of Rudy was built up by a pretty good rookie season and our naive optimism that he would blow up next season. This didn't happen to our expectations last season, but to now say things that aren't really reality doesn't help. How do we know that rudy wants to be the man? how do we know that he doesn't want to play for the blazers? how do we know that he want's to go back to spain? we Don't!!!! We just want to get rid of him because a bad SECOND season in the NBA and some rumors. His play off play and body language show he doesn't want to be here. This is pure interpretation of something we really have now access into the truth about. also it's post hoc, meaning it's after the fact of the rumors and 2 point gap in production. This leads people to say, bye, bye, Rudy. This would be an illogical conclusion. We should not make emotional and uninformed conclusions about a player. we should try to be objective and the one and only objective thing we have is words said by the player and his stats. The stats don't justify this recent negative conclusion about Rudy and His words don't reveal A deep desire, on his part, to part ways with the blazers. If you don't like Rudy that's fine, but if Don't like Rudy because of Reasons that are based on speculation that's different.
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/14/2010 10:59 AM

    We don't particularly need a back-up PG for our bench..in fact that's precisely what we don't need. Bayless needs those minutes at the point to develop and for our team executives to evaluate, and adding another pg is just stupid. What we need is not any particular position, but someone to come in and provide consistency off the bench. Someone who will give you 8-12 points a night, a few rebounds or assist here and there and play good solid defense night in and night out for 98+ games.
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  1. ***Jason***
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    Posted 06/15/2010 11:45 AM

    Rudy's not been a good enough player to be able to behave the way he has and still be a valued member of this team. Talking to Spanish media sources saying he wants to play for Real Madrid for 2.8 million/ is lame and it's not the first time he's ran his mouth like that over there. I could really care less if he bounces back or not - or even if he stays or not. He's just not a factor that dictates wins and losses here. If you can work the draft with him or work him into a trade deal that makes sense for the Blazers, do it. If not, buy him out and get him out of here so you can use his roster spot for someone that wants it, or don't and let his skinny @ss ride the bench. I would rather start Brandon and Nic, and use Martel off the bench backing those guys up with Rudy's minutes. We don't need him here. I used to be a huge fan. Now I think he's crap.
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  1. Kim~
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    Posted 06/15/2010 12:50 PM

    If Rudy goes, the Blazer DO need a back up pg, imo.  Let Bayless play to his strength off the bench with scoring. Roy and LA play too many minutes in the regular season, we want them ready for the playoffs.
    I would move Bayless into Rudys role, and again, switch on d and put him on the ball.
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  1. ClydeFrog
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    Posted 06/15/2010 4:11 PM

    With the recent rumors coming out that the Blazers are looking for a mid-range pick, Rudy's tush is as good as gone in my opinion!  He has a lot of talent, bit its tailor made for Europe. I was wrong about him when we drafted him. I thought he was like Manu. He's not. He's not half as tough as Ginobili is.
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  1. RipCityRevival
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    Posted 06/16/2010 12:43 AM

    I'll hold my opinions on his ability to be effective in the NBA because I think he could be Manu if he was a starter. It really appears as though he played his tail off his rookie season to try and make a name for himself. Then he didn't get the starting position, he lost his best friend (Sergio) and there was minimal hope in Claver joining him here, and finally his passion went out the door. Our team is made up of a group of guys who want to play in Portland and want to win, everyone except Rudy. Rudy wants to play where he will be the star. That's fine, it just isn't going to happen here. This does bring up an intriguing point though. If Real Madrid wants to pay him, they may be willing to purchase the buyout from Portland allowing Portland to have a few extra bonus dollars to throw toward a team on draft day. The question is, with his attitude, is Rudy more valuable as a player or as cash? Yes, I know Rudy's contract will still count against the salary cap, but it can be arranged that although it counts against the cap, it doesn't hurt the pocket.
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/16/2010 11:09 AM

    Again with the slide bayless to SG. He is a SCORING point guard. Both Billups and Parker are scoring point guards. All you need to do is give the man minutes in that spot..MORE minutes I should say and he'll do fine.
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  1. DHawes22
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    Posted 06/16/2010 7:36 PM

    Posted By Bertram on 06/16/2010 11:09 AM
    Again with the slide bayless to SG. He is a SCORING point guard. Both Billups and Parker are scoring point guards. All you need to do is give the man minutes in that spot..MORE minutes I should say and he'll do fine.

    I agree with this. He is a scoring point guard. He's still a PG, because he does have pretty good court vision and is only improving. He proved himself in the playoffs. Its only a matter of time before he takes his game to the next level.
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  1. Bertram
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    Posted 06/17/2010 9:29 AM

    He has spots of good court vision, but doesn't have the experience to execute what he sees on a consistent basis. This requires time on the floor and time in training to get down. So why get a back-up PG to take the minutes he needs to develop? Just plain backwards thinking to put it nicely. I don't mean to offend people by my comments by the way.
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