Niang Mention in ESPN Article as Player who could surprise in Bubble

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Georges was mentioned as a player who could surprise in the bubble in an ESPN
article:

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/29429124/nba-restart-potential-surprise-players-all-22-teams


SF Georges Niang

Niang should see significantly more playing time due to Bojan Bogdanovic being sidelined by a wrist surgery. It's a huge ask for Niang, who is two years removed from spending almost all of the season in the G League, to fill the void of Bogdanovic, who averaged 20.2 points per game. Niang, however, has quietly put up impressive numbers in his limited role this season, averaging 5.8 points in 13.3 minutes per game while shooting 41.6% from 3-point range. -- MacMahon
 

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Georges was mentioned as a player who could surprise in the bubble in an ESPN
article:

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/29429124/nba-restart-potential-surprise-players-all-22-teams


SF Georges Niang

Niang should see significantly more playing time due to Bojan Bogdanovic being sidelined by a wrist surgery. It's a huge ask for Niang, who is two years removed from spending almost all of the season in the G League, to fill the void of Bogdanovic, who averaged 20.2 points per game. Niang, however, has quietly put up impressive numbers in his limited role this season, averaging 5.8 points in 13.3 minutes per game while shooting 41.6% from 3-point range. -- MacMahon
"shooting 41.6% from 3-point range."