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    Hot Rookies?

    I was looking around at some of the boxes for sale and didnt recognize any of the rookies names. Are there any rookies this season worth collecting? For now, ive decided to go back to the 2003 boxes and try for a Lebron, Carmello, or Wade since all i got is an UD MVP of Lebron which is worthless.

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    Chris Paul is decent. Maybe Bogut but nothing much this year.

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    Chris Paul is going to be ROY.
    Nate Robinson won the Slam Dunk Competition.
    Channing Frye is second in scoring amoung rookies.

    Marvin Williams has been a disappointment.

    A few players have been in and out of the NBA/NBDL including
    - Gerald Green (Celtics)
    - Amir Johnson (Pistons)

    Those are just a few off the top of my head

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    Raymond Felton and Deron Williams will probably be decent players...
    Maybe Sean May if he can stay healthy

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    I will take the LeBron MVP rookie off your hands if you don't want it. : )

    Chris Paul is the best rookie this year. It's been a mediocre class, like last year's crop.

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    Add Ryan Gomes to that list....future star in the making!!

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    I think people are gonna regret passing on Gerald Green in about 1 1/2- 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane Irish
    Add Ryan Gomes to that list....future star in the making!!
    I was going to add that name myself. He's looked incredible when i've watched him on the pass.

    I also have been very impressed with Garcia on the kings. He's got nice defensive skills.

    And from a potential standpoint, Diogu has a great upside.

    Other than that, the names people mentioned already are right-on-target.

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