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Old 02-05-2013, 02:04 AM   #44
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Default Re: Erik Spoelstra's All star starter: Bosh or Irving?

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Originally Posted by imdaman99
holiday has led his team to more wins than bosh ever did alone. and kyrie wins once every 4 games.
If you want to get technical, the Sixers win 1.76 of every 4 games. The Cavs win 1.16 of every 4 games.

That .60 makes all the difference, I guess? I like Jrue Holiday and he has had a great season. Saying Kyrie Irving has no argument over him in the starting lineup is dumb.

Kyrie Irving
35.6 minutes
24.0 points on 47% FG, 41% 3PT, 85% FT
5.4 assists
3.5 rebounds
1.8 steals
3.5 turnovers
Team Record: 14-34

Jrue Holiday
38.4 minutes
19.4 points on 46% FG, 35% 3PT, 78% FT
8.9 assists
4.2 rebounds
1.5 steals
4.1 turnovers
Team Record: 21-26


The Sixers aren't exactly tearing it up, guys.

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