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Better SG Class, 2012 or 2013? Which class would you choose and why?

Puregreen5
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Better SG Class, 2012 or 2013? Which class would you choose and why?

2012 had: Bradley Beal, Dion Waiters, Jermey Lamb, Terrence Ross and Evan Fourner

2013 has: Ben McLemore, Victor Oladipo, CJ McCollum, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Tim Hardaway Jr, Allen Crabbe, Ricardo Ledo, Glen Rice Jr. and Jamal Franklin

I have never seen such a deep SG class, as there is in the 2013 Draft.


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2013

There's also snell Goodwin and karasev so much potential!!

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Don't forget Bullock

Don't forget Bullock

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I don't know how well Karasev

I don't know how well Karasev could play SG, he might be better suited as a SF, due to his avg. lateral foot speed. Your right about Snell and Goodwin though, esp. since Snell improved his shot.

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Depends on how much star

Depends on how much star power this SG group ends up having. It's very deep, but to compare to 2012 it's going to come down to McLemore and Oladipo reaching their potentials, assuming there are no darkhouse surprises in a few years. Beal and Waiters both show the potential of averaging 20 PPG for many years and being potential all star caliber players.

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