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2007, January 28: The Rose Report – Volume #4

June 24, 2008

Jalen’s All-Star Reserves

East
Chauncey Billups – Mr Big Shot has definitely found a home in Detroit.
Richard Hamilton – Has averaged over 20 points per game in the last 5 years.
Ray Allen – To the winner goes the spoils. Best record has its privileges.
Chris Bosh – Best power forward in the east.
Rasheed Wallace – His versatility is the key to Detroit’s success.
Paul Pierce – Still the Celts leading scorer.
Caron Butler – I may ask for this guys autograph! LOL

West
Brandon Roy – Best player on the biggest surprise team.
Steve Nash – Leads the league in assists.
Chris Paul – Could be the first to average 20 points, 10 assists, and 3
steals.
Amare Stoudamire – This guy can start to be mentioned in MVP discussions.
Dirk Nowitzki – The best shooting big man in the NBA.
Carlos Boozer – Averaging 23 points and 11 rebounds. Second best power
forward in the West (Tim Duncan)
Tyson Chandler – Averaging 12points and 12 rebounds per game.

Rose Rankings (Week of January 28th)
#1 – Boston – Perkins and Poe have given positive contributions for the center position.
#2 – New Orleans – The best team in the west right now. Chandler deserves to be an All-Star.
#3 – Dallas – Devin Harris out 2-3 weeks with a bruised ankle.
#4 – Phoenix – Nash leads the league with 12 assists per game. Phoenix leads the league in scoring with 110 points per game.
#5 – Detroit – Look for big minutes from Maxiell and Stuckey.
#6 – San Antonio – Signing Stoudamire will become a priority with Parker out.
#7 – Utah – This team seems to be finding it’s stride from last year.
#8 – Los Angeles Lakers – Need to perform well during this 9 game road trip.
#9 – Portland – James Jones leads the NBA in 3 point field goal percentage shooting 50%.
#10 – Orlando – Hedo Turkoglu deserves all star consideration.
#11 – Denver – Success will waiver until defense is a constant.
#12 – Golden State – The steady addition of Chris Webber can make this squad a force to be reckoned with.
#13 – Toronto – Chris Bosh is the second best player in the east.
#14 – Cleveland – Team gives coach Mike Brown a two year extension.
#15 – Houston – Surprisingly on the outside looking in of the playoff race.
#16 – Washington – Caron Butler deserves to be an All-Star, will Antawn Jamison join him?
#17 – Atlanta – Al Horford has solidified the power forward position for this team.
#18 – Sacramento – Kevin Martin is one of the best scorers in the league.
#19 – Charlotte – Mohammed is paying dividends. Averaging 11 points and 9 rebounds per game.
#20 – Indiana – Will Jamal Tinsley make it past the trade deadline?
#21 – Milwaukee – Will this team shakeup it’s roster?
#22 – Chicago – Nocioni has been productive (15 points, 5 rebounds per game)
#23 – Philadelphia’s – Where’s Iverson when you need him?
#24 – New York – Nate Robinson’s minutes and production are beginning to increase.
#25 – Los Angeles Clippers – Sterling and Dunleavy back and forth. Classic material.
#26 – Memphis – Stoudamire gets a buy out.
#27 – Minnesota – In case you have not heard, Al Jefferson is a BEAST!
#28 – New Jersey – Jason Kidd confirmed he wants to be traded.
#29 – Miami – This season cannot be over soon enough.
#30 – Seattle – San Antonio Who! LOL