Found June 25, 2013 on
Football Extra Points:
As the NBA season finished with the inevitable (I’m not even impressed with myself that I called this 3 years ago when I said Heat would win 4 out of 5 of the next championships, or that I was 100% positive Miami would win in 7 even after they went down 3-2), I wanted to bridge the treacherous gap that is the off-season, with weekly season recaps. Each week I will come out with a new “Top 5 who Impressed” list ranging anywhere from rookies to coaches. Let’s start with the Rookies:
Top 5 who Impressed: Rookie edition
5 – Pablo Prigioni
35 year old rookie. Think about that – he came into the NBA having studied one type of game in Europe, and coming in anew at 35! Anyhow at first it seemed that Pablo was a little waste of space, but then he started becoming a reliable contributor to the Knicks. With all the injuries (mainly to Tyson Chandler) Knicks fans unfortunately never got to see the team that was supposed to play the Heat in the Semi’s and give them a run for...
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