Donovan Mitchell Breaks Rookie Record for 3-Pointers

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    Debating the ROY rule is one thing, but comparing the seasons there is none. It is Simmons by a mile. And that is not a knock against what Mitchell has done, but Simmons separated himself from Mitchell, and then Mitchell from the rest of the pack.
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    Hot take. Simmons is the best player on the 76ers.

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    Isn't the MLB the same way with how they treat rookies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    Is Andre Ingram a rookie?

    If a player his hurt the first three years after he's drafted and doesn't play, his fourth year is his rookie year?
    Yes and Yes. Rookies to the NBA.

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    The three point record is tremendous, but three point records are getting shattered left and right. That aside, Mitchell's ability to navigate in traffic and create space is amazing. I love what he has brought to the Jazz, a top 5 team in the NBA as of today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    Yes and Yes. Rookies to the NBA.
    What was Simmons doing last season? He isn’t a rookie to the NBA. He just hadnt played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    What was Simmons doing last season? He isn’t a rookie to the NBA. He just hadnt played.
    Which, by rule, makes him a rookie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Which, by rule, makes him a rookie.
    Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    Is Andre Ingram a rookie?

    If a player his hurt the first three years after he's drafted and doesn't play, his fourth year is his rookie year?
    Embiid was either second or third in voting last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    What was Simmons doing last season? He isn’t a rookie to the NBA. He just hadnt played.
    I think you answered your own question. He's a redshirt rookie lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    Isn't the MLB the same way with how they treat rookies?
    NBA is a lot stricter. If you only have so many ABs or innings pitched as a September call-up, you can still qualify for ROY the next year when you become full-time. It's happened a time or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    NBA is a lot stricter. If you only have so many ABs or innings pitched as a September call-up, you can still qualify for ROY the next year when you become full-time. It's happened a time or two.
    Correct. In the NBA, once you play your first second, you are classified as a rookie for that season. Justin Patton saw his first action of the season a couple weeks ago for the Timberwolves, playing three minutes; thus, kick-starting his rookie campaign. He hasn't played since

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    I am interested to see how many votes Mitchell gets as a protest to the NBA's rule.

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