Found February 26, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Jrue Holiday was an All-Star this year. How many people said that before the season, without bias? Very few. Holiday has improved drastically from last season and is the NBAs Most Improved Player. He has improved in every statistical category and has carried the 76ers on his back. No, they will not make the playoffs, but his improvements make him the clear favorite for the NBA’s Most Improved player Award. 2011-12 Stats: 33.8 minutes, 13.5 points, 43.2 percent shooting, 4.5 assist and 3.3 rebounds per game 2012-13 Stats: 38.4 minutes, 19.2 points, 45.5 percent shooting, 8.7 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game Holiday is averaging career highs in minutes, points, shooting percentage, assists and rebounds, now in his fourth NBA season, but the incredible jump in points and assists are astonishing.  He has increased his scoring by almost 6 points from last year and has nearly doubled his assist totals. He has also increased his minutes, while shooting a better percentage, which means tha...
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