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Im gonna get killed for this...but

Im gonna get killed for this...but I got these stats off another forum from another poster comparing Gordon Hayward and Landry Fields.

Hayward.......................... Fields
age 20 ................................ 21
Height w/o shoes 6'6.75............ 6'6.50'
Weight 211 ........................ 216
Wingspan 6'7.75' .................. 6'9.50'
standing reach 8'7" ............... 8'8.50'
Vert 34.5........................... 39.0

PPG 15.5 .......... 22.0
REB 8.2 .......... 8.8
Assts 1.7 .......... 2.9
Stls 1.1 .......... 1.6
Blks 0.8.......... 0.8
T.o's 2.3.......... 2.6

FG% 46.4 .......... 49.0
3p% 29.4 .......... 33.7
FT% 82.9 .......... 69.6

What picks were these guys again?

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Stats in college are overrated...

Remember Kurt Thomas?

He was drafted in 95 and lead the nation in scoring and rebounding. He didn't even remotely duplicate that type of play in the league. Not saying Fields can't be better than Hayward (highly doubt). Just saying stats are overrated even when you compare them to somebody of equal size.

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I completely agree with you

I completely agree with you on that. Just thought it was interesting. Another thing to look at is who the competition was. Hayward played in the Horizon league, Fields played in the Pac-10. In a one on one game..I would take Fields over Hayward.

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I am not able to understand

I am not able to understand comparing Gordon Hayward and Landry Fields........please clarify me............

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Alec Burks scored 12 points

Alec Burks scored 12 points for the Jazz (3-1), who have been staying in Marina Del Rey for an extended trip including a game against the Clippers at Staples Center on Wednesday night.

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OK, scratch that slightly.

OK, scratch that slightly. The Heat, as the defending champions and two-time Celtics vanquishers, still deserve the full wrath of the TD Garden crowd. But singling out Allen for his membership is just unnecessarily vindictive. Let the man live, Boston, and get back to focusing on how to dethrone his team in the seemingly inevitable 2013 East finals showdown.

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