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NY Times: Fewer Slams, but Rookie Makes Mark With Efficiency

Posted by Justin Kubatko on February 5, 2012

Here is a link to my column on Kyrie Irving that appeared in Sunday's New York Times:

Fewer Slams, but Rookie Makes Mark With Efficiency

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2 Responses to “NY Times: Fewer Slams, but Rookie Makes Mark With Efficiency”

  1. Hi Justin,

    I think you forgot to mention another player when you said "The only other teenagers to average at least 15 points per game in the N.B.A. were Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Stephon Marbury ...". You were probably referring to teenage rookies, but Kobe Bryant was still 19 yrs old on his second season and averaged 15.4 ppg.

    Cheers!

  2. @Miko: You're right. I actually had that in the original column, but the editor removed it before publication for some reason.

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