I can't speak for others, but my exact numbers for him to have what I would consider to be a very good year were 12 points, 8 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game. While he is definitely shy on those blocks, he is well on his way to the other two numbers if he continues at the pace he put forward in January (13.7 PPG, 8.7 RPG).Originally posted by <b>SKLB54</b>!
can you add the option of not a chance, and also, for those wondering what close means, in my definition, and mine might differ from others, close means off by 1 in each category (9ppg, 9rbg)
As I read the other posts, I see optimism for next year 'when its sure to happen'... okay just like how it was sure to happen this year, and dont even fake like you didnt say it.
IMO, and I know im on the wrong board here, but there has to be other wizards fans that agree with me, Kwame will NEVER average a double double, NEVER. EVER.
Thats the thing, I'm not ready to change my opinion of a player after years of dissapointment and I made my opinion final at the beginning of the season and I doubt it'll change. Hey, prove me wrong Kwame becuase I'm a wizards fan(.. just not a Kwame fan.)If you came in here a month ago and said what you're saying, you'd probably get a couple of Wiz fans to grudgingly agree with you. However, as things stand now, you'd have to be a major pessimist to say that Kwame will "NEVER EVER" average a double double.