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Andrei Kirilenko: Overrated

onthebuzzer.com ak47After an offseason of turmoil and unhappiness, Andrei Kirilenko, AK-47, returned to his “beloved” Jazz for the start of the season and call me a cynic, but I am very unimpressed by the numbers he’s put up. Maybe I caught him on a bad night but on Wednesday night, AK -47 was misfiring all game, going 1-6 for 6 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 1 block in 33 minutes. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been following this guy for years, he’s a stat filler and a fantasy owner’s dream, or at least he used to be. But I guess I’m just not impressed anymore. At 26 years of age, this guy has a world of potential but something tells me he’s not going to reach it in Utah.  He needs a change of scenery, maybe LA, maybe Chicago?  This guy’s been battling with management for a while now and while the bickering has subsided, it just might be the time to trade him before his stock plummets even more… Just a thought.

November 29, 2007 - Posted by | Ara, NBA BASKETBALL | , , , , , ,

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  1. […] Lamest blogger ever. – So (s)he seems one AK game this year and now he’s overrated? And would say he’s neither over nor under rated. Trade him before his stock plummets more? And if you need more proof, check out the post on the Cavs/Pistons game. (S)he goes on to rip the Cavs, but don’t play the injured card. They were without LeBron. Amazing. […]

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