Found August 10, 2013 on HoopStuff:
New Orleans Pelicans: What All 5 Projected Starters MUST Work On…. By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff….. PG: Jrue Holiday- Adjusting to his new team - Holiday is no longer his team’s franchise player, but the All Star point guard is still a very important piece on his new team. He will not have to try and score as much as he did in Philly and running this team’s offense is his first priority. His points will drop next season, as this team has plenty of scorers, but he should be far more efficient not having to carry his team’s offense and his assists should rise. He should be a far more efficient scorer and distributor than last season and this team would much rather him average an efficient 15 points and 9 assists per game than the 17.7 points and 8 assists per game on 43% shooting and 3.7 turnovers per game of last season. SG: Eric Gordon- Health - Gordon is this team’s top offensive player, as he is easily capable of averaging 20 or more points per game, as he has in ...
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