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TOP 3 SG IN DRAFT

1. TURNER

2. TO YOUR SURPRISE I HAVE JAMES ANDERSON................. HE WENT THRU THE DRAFT COMBINE WITH EASE ALSO PUT UP GOOD NUMBER IN COLLEGE

3.LANCE ALSO IMPRESSED ME AT THE COMBINE WAS TEH SECOND BEST SG
BUT MUST IMPROVE HIS D PPL TALK ABOUT XAVIERS BODY LANCE IS BIGGER AND MORE SKILLED OFF THE DRIBBLE XAVIER ISNT AS POLSIHED AND IS STILL FINDING HIS GAME TAHTS WHY HE WASNT 3 HE HAS THE UPSIDE BUT LANCE HAS THE SKILL NOW AND IMPROVING HISOFF BALL PLAY A HELP HIM


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It's the other way around,

It's the other way around, Xavier is very polished, scouts say that his game might not improve. Lance showed very little at Cincinatti but has a lot of potential because of his strong body and developing skils. Xavier is the consumate SG. He can shoot and has a good midrange game as well. Lance is the new hybrid 2-3 who can take it to the hoop and has decent handles but can't shoot. I'd take Henry

My Top 3
Evan Turner
Xavier Henry
James Anderson

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1. Evan Turner 2. Xavier

1. Evan Turner
2. Xavier Henry
3. James Anderson

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Turner does not classify as a

Turner does not classify as a SG more of a hybrid player but to limit him as a Sg is not acceptable IMO

1)Bradley will surprise everyone

2)Anderson overlooked and underrated

3)Tough as nails stronger than most NBA 2 gaurds

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1. Evan Turner He's most

1. Evan Turner
He's most effective bringing the ball up court (as most teams think he can do at the next level) or having free range like LeBron at the swing, and so that a real shooter can play the 2. I watched him all year and he just isn't a SG to me, but that probably puts me in the minority. Since he's being classified as one, though, he's gotta be #1.
2. Xavier Henry
Picturesque J, NBA-ready body, exceptionally strong, great length, and performed really well for a top-tier team, though he was a bit inconsistent at times. I think he has a higher ceiling than he's projected to have.
3. James Anderson
Took names in the Big 12, great size and strength. Ready to contribute immediately because he has can really shoot; shot 43.4% off the dribble (1/3 of his field goal attempts were off the dribble), which is very impressive by any standard.

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1) Evan Turner 2) Lance Stephenson 3) Xavier Henry..right. now I think evan turner is da most ready and best 2 guard but I think lance will end up be da best 2 out. Of this draft

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well if you watched henry this season he was nowhere to be found on the court he dissapears in the game dissapears in the season for that matter

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SEASON TEAM MIN PTS REB AST TO A/T STL BLK PF FG% FT% 3P% PPS
2007-2008 OKST 30.9 13.3 3.7 1.1 2.0 .54 .8 .5 1.2 .435 .714 .379 1.29
2008-2009 OKST 33.5 18.2 5.7 1.4 2.0 .70 1.1 .7 2.4 .482 .829 .408 1.47
2009-2010 OKST 34.1 22.3 5.8 2.4 2.4 1.03 1.4 .6 2.7 .457 .810 . 341 1.49

season high

Points 31
Field Goals Made 13
Three Point Field Goals Made 5 twice
Free Throws Made 13 same game
Free Throws Attempted 14 same game
Offensive Rebounds 5
Defensive Rebounds 12 twice
total rebound 15
Assists 7
Steals 4 3 times
Blocks 2 3 times
Minutes Played 38

he produces when he plays i was a big henry fan i saw his stock rise and fall to mid first round he has a great upside but somtimes he struggles finding a shot and putting the ball on the floor creating for him self what im trying to say he doesnt have attack on the brain when he should he isnt mentally nba ready thats why i put anderson and lance ahead of him

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henry was regarded as one of

henry was regarded as one of the best in his freshamn class ,henry was on the top ranked team in lost to northern iwoa...come on northern iwoa he also lost to a delpeted tennessee team . where is the so called second best sg at in clutch times? james anderson had a less talented team but managed to have a good season while being the focal point of the desense that speaks VOLUMESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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"1/3 of his field goal attempts were off the dribble), which is very impressive by any standard." yes this speaks volumes

at the combine looked the most relaxed and was thebest shooter of the dribble and in pick&pop
fyi ray allen ..kobe... he isnt scared to shoot over a out of postion defender

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Stevedot, I agree that James

Stevedot, I agree that James Anderson is better than him right now but in the long run I think Xavier is going to be better. He did disappear in games but thats expected when you have two upperclassmen leaders on the team. He did take over games at times though which shows his true potential. And speaking of which, Stevenson disappeared for most of the season and deferred to Dionte Vaughn. Stevenson was as highly regarded as Henry coming out of high school but he dropped because he was so inconsistant and didnt show the ability to take over. He started playing a little better at the end of the season but I think Henry shows the ability to play within a team concept. I think Xavier and Anderson are going to have successful careers in the league as role players on good teams eventually I just think Xavier is slightly better but I think Stevenson is a step below those two.

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Evan Turner Lance

Evan Turner
Lance Stevenson
James Anderson

Bust: Xavier Henry

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