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bradley 
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02-25-19 10:49 AM - Post#277924    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

  • HARVARDDADGRAD Said:
Uh, he’s unlikely to be ROY in his own midmajor league. How does that warrant NBA talk?




If memory serves me correctly, one of my favorites Jeremy Lin better turn in his 11 year NBA union card based on his freshmen performance on a 5-9 6th IL team averaging 4.8pts in 18 minutes per game. Also making or not making 1st team All Ivy as a freshmen will not be determinative if any IL player can ever somehow find their way to the NBA which needless to say is an unbelievable challenge.

Needless to say, I never suggested that Jaelin would be a one and done player nor do I have any idea if he can ever play one minute in the NBA. My only comment is that he is blessed with unique skills and one only had to witness Duke pressuring seasoned Yale backcourt players vs. the success of Duke pressuring Llewellyn in his 3rd game.

Although there are many factors in the success or failure of a team, Princeton is 11-5 with LLewellyn as a freshmen starting PG with road losses against Duke, St. John's, Yale and Brown.
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