Shoot, Boobie, Shoot: Daniel Gibson’s Resurgence

Posted: 5th November 2009 by Dan Delagrange in NBA
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I know what you're thinking. "How can someone have a 'resurgence' when they've never been relevant?" This point is a fair, logical one, especially when applied to Cavaliers guard Daniel Gibson. Since being drafted by Cleveland in the second round of the 2006 NBA Draft, Gibson's play has been an ever-increasing disappointment. Coming into Cleveland as a rookie along with the hype-laden Shannon Brown (the Cavs' first-round pick in '06), Gibson was considered by many to be a steal of a selection and a potential gem in the Association. As the 2006-'07 season began, Gibson received the lion's share of minutes compared to Brown, as the former Texas Longhorn went on to play in 60 games in his rookie campaign while logging an average of 16.5 minutes per contest. On the other hand, Brown's situatio ...

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