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Marshall Henderson, NBA 3pt specialist?

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Marshall Henderson, NBA 3pt specialist?

No/ yes...
how high can he go on the draft?
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I think he could be a decent pick up in that 50-60 range.


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I think he'll never put on an

I think he'll never put on an NBA uniform, ever.
He's a headcase who's not talented enough for a team to put up with his antics.
He doesn't even shoot the ball at a great clip because his shot selection is awful. He does nothing else either. Kid can't guard a chair.

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C'mon dude. It's a dead-last

C'mon dude. It's a dead-last 10 pick.
Talented? i said 3pt specialist, the kid is shooting 11 threes a game on a .357 3pt.fg%

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"Future YMCA Legend" Kid's a

"Future YMCA Legend"

Kid's a moron and really not that great when you watch him..

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Yes, talent matters when

Yes, talent matters when taking on a headcase. The player has to be worth the risk. Henderson is not.
Look at how he acts towards his own teammates and coaches. It's disgusting. What NBA would put up with that for a guy who fashions himself as a shooter, yet takes terrible shots and doesn't even shoot good %'s?
.357 is not good enough to be considered a shooting specialist. The kid is just a super confident (or mindless) chucker.
A guy like Jacob Pullen was WAY better than this nutjob. Pullen was a similar scorer, similar range, was 3 ball heavy, questionable shot selection (but still better than MH's), undersized 2 but with better combo skills, he was a better defender too and he didn't get drafted either.

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No

No

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Career?

It's possible, but it will be an uphill battle, to say the least.

The closes NBA counterpart I can find right now is Gary Neal. The guy is very clutch, and is not afraid to shoot in many situations. He's shoots well from three point land, but 36% is not that great for a specialist.

He is a poor defender, whether he'll give effort there in the NBA remains to be seen. As for being drafted, it's probably unlikely, as many teams use those late round picks on unknown European big men. He would need to be put into the perfect situation to thrive with his natural talents.

His shot at an NBA Career is long at best, but he does have scout's attention, so he has a shot at least.

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Comon' he's 6'2'' 175 lb SG

Comon' he's 6'2'' 175 lb SG who shoots 36% from the college three. Props to the guy for having a good conference tournament, but he's not draftable. As Siggy indicated, his shot selection is awful, that isn't something NBA teams look at when trying to find a specialist. He'll probably pop up on a Summer League team, but I don't expect much.

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and there are a ton of guys

and there are a ton of guys who are way better than that and shoot better. Making it to the NBA is very competitive if you are a borderline player.

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Yeah watching the Florida

Yeah watching the Florida game (and another game earlier this year) I noticed his shot selection is absolutely horrible and the dude is plain crazy. Don't think he's on any teams radar.

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If he takes over in tourney

If he takes over in tourney time Ala Steph Curry/ Kemba he could be a 2nd rounder... But its a long shot

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He might be this year's

He might be this year's Jimmer on Crack.

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A team

A team will draft him if they want simply to slap him upside his head and give him a reality check for fun. I heard him say that "this tourney is his time to shine" ala Steph Curry and Jimmer. He obviously doesn't realize that he isn't even in the same stratosphere at being as good as those guys.

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I enjoy watching him play, he

I enjoy watching him play, he appears to be crazy, which makes it even more entertaining, and though he'll probably never have any chance of getting drafted, I'm ready to watch him in this tourney.

Probably not deserving of like 11 negs... Its not like this guy is straight garbage and guys who have been straight garbage have been picked in the 2nd round before...

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He doesn't even have to

He doesn't even have to declare this year.
Expect at least 23 next year from him... its not like you can leave him open from threes... and he sure as hell battles to get open.
His fg% is so low because he takes a ton of threes.

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I've seen him play three

I've seen him play three games, and his field goal percentage in every one was a product of his overconfidence and his low basketball IQ. Gerald Green plays the same way in the NBA, but at least he has freakish athleticism on his side. All this guy has is a streaky jumpshot.

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i think this henderson guy

i think this henderson guy needs therapy....he is confident, but nba? nah.

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