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Rodney Purvis vs Archie Goodwin

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Rodney Purvis vs Archie Goodwin

Who will said to have a better pro career when it is over?

Who has the better attributes?

Athleticism-

Size-

Defense-

Strength-

Quickness-

Leadership-

Jumpshot-

Ballhandling-

Passing-

Intangibles-


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From what i've seen... (every game)

Who has the better attributes? Goodwin

Athleticism- Goodwin

Size- Goodwin

Defense- Goodwin

Strength- IDK

Quickness- Goodwin

Leadership- Goodwin

Jumpshot- Purvis

Ballhandling- Goodwin

Passing- Goodwin

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This is a really good

This is a really good question, and it's tough because I think they are pretty close in most areas. I think the only obvious ones would be size for Goodwin, and strength for Purvis.

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yea i was think Purvis might

yea i was think Purvis might be stronger.

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Goodwin is for sure faster

Goodwin is for sure faster and more explosive than Purvis

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If you break down their

If you break down their individual attributes and simply count them up, they would appear to be almost even. But player comparison is more complex than that. Archie's better length, similar athleticism and overall size gives him a major advantage at the SG position. Now if we were comparing their attributes as combo guards or strictly PG prospects, I'd actually give Purvis the edge. Purvis' size disadvantage would actually be a strength at the PG position. Obviously Archie would still have better size, but I think Purvis has better playmaking ability and an overall better feel for the point position. It might not show since he's playing off the ball again, but Purvis has been making the transition to the point for the past year and a half or so. He was actually a full time PG last year

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