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First-Half Omri vs. Second-Half Omri

First-Half Omri averaged 13.2 points a game in his first 32 games, including 22 double-digit games and seven games with more than 20 points.

Second-Half Omri averaged 8.2 points in his last 45 games, with 19 double-digit games, but none with more than 20. He was held scoreless in five games and averaged 5.3 points in 14 games in March and 7.8 points per game in six April contests.

Omri had a great December, averaging 14.1 points per game, including four games with more than 20 points. He then opened 2010 with three straight outings with 20 or more points, but things went downhill from there.

Which Omri will show up this season, and how will that impact the Kings fortunes going forward? Should the Kings stand pat, or should they be concerned with addressing their weakest link, the small forward position?

(This is a FanPost from a member of the Sactown Royalty community. The views expressed come from the member, and not Sactown Royalty staff.)

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