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07-07-2011, 01:52 PM
Join Date: Aug 2005
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That's the whole point, which you missed completely. MSL was nowhere near a star for quite a few seasons before he developed into one of the league's premier forwards. He was waived by his team, etc.
Comparatively, MZA has had a better rookie year than MSL. It doesn't mean he'll have anywhere near MSL's career, but it's encouraging to see, considering they both have similar challenges to overcome.
Mza has nothing to do with St. Louis besides size. To repeatedly criticize posters who understand this points you out as the one who has not a clue about how to evaluate a player.
It's not that we do not understand your point. It is that we find it to be simplistic thinking.
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