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Which player is better of the two (continued)

People seemed to like this even though they didn't like who I chose lol...so here ya go who is better?

Patrick Beverley or Gordon Hayward

Klay Thompson or Victor Oladipo

Dennis Schroder or D'Angelo Russell

Andrew Wiggins or Mason Plumlee

Paul Millsap or Julius Randle

Gary Harris or James Johnson

Dion Waiters or Mike Conley

Frank Kaminsky or Kevin Love

Otto Porter or Al Horford

Dario Saric or Jonas Valanciunas

Damian Lillard or Brook Lopez

Marcin Gortat or Jrue Holiday

Harrison Barnes or Devin Booker

Tobias Harris or Marquese Chriss

Kemba Walker or Bradley Beal

Zach Lavine or Aaron Gordon

Willy Hernangomez or Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist or Trevor Ariza

Tristan Thompson or Kelly Olynyk

Elfrid Payton or Marcus Smart

Thaddeus Young or Al-Farouq Aminu

Trevor Booker or Jeremy Lin

Dwyane Wade or Jae Crowder

Willie Cauley-Stein or Taj Gibson

Tim Hardaway Jr or Robin Lopez


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My Picks

Gordon Hayward

Klay Thompson

Dennis Schroder(This one's tough)

Andrew Wiggins

Paul Millsap

Gary Harris

Mike Conley

Kevin Love

Otto Porter

Dario Saric

Damian Lillard

Jrue Holiday

Devin Booker

Marquese Chriss

Bradley Beal

Aaron Gordon

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Trevor Ariza

Kelly Olynyk

Elfrid Payton(Another tough one)

Thaddeus Young

Jeremy Lin

Jae Crowder(even though D-Wade is my fav player)

Willie Cauley-Stein

Robin Lopez

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Man are you bored. So many

Man are you bored. So many players to compare. Well here's a stab at it:

Hayward over Beverley in a landslide.

Thompson over Oladipo again in a landslide

Shroeder over Russell (only because he has the better locker room presence.)

Wiggins over Plumlee and that's not even close. (I don't like any of the Plumlees but Mason is definitely the best out of the three)

Millsap over Randle

Harris over James Johnson

Conley over Waiters

K-Love over Kaminsky

Horford over Porter (this one's close too)

Saric over J-Val (but that one's pretty close)

Lillard over Lopez (I like the Lopez brothers but I love Damian so much that I have to put him over both Brook and Robin)

Holiday over Gortat (When Holiday was drafted, I was in love with him, but Gortat became so good defensively since then while Holiday didn't look so good after he was traded from Philly that I might have to go with Gortat. Still my man-crush with Holiday is too big that I'll go with him. I'm curious to see how Aaron turns out)

Booker over Barnes (That 70-point game puts over the top)

Harris over Chriss (But if Chriss shows a better sophomore season than he gets the nod)

Beal over Walker

Lavine over Gordon (But his recent injury makes me cringe. I curious to see what Gordon does with new management in town)

Caldwell-Pope over Hernangomez (I'm really not convinced the Knicks should develop around him and him and Porzingis. They need to just develop around Porzingis and find the missing pieces to put the next to him. I don't know if Hernangomez is one of them.)

Ariza over Kidd-Gilchrist

Olynyk over Thompson

Smart over Payton (although if Payton does better now with shooters beside him, I'll give him the nod)

Young over Aminu

Booker over Lin (Don't like Linsanity. He's smart but he's still a backup to me. So is Booker, but he can be a good 3 and D player and good, quiet locker room presence)

D-wade over Crowder

Cauley-Stein over Gibson

Hardaway Jr. over the other Lopez twin. (Great shooter, not too shabby defensively either, and young. Robin is a good defender but he can't shoot. Great size but to me he's just a rim-protector with a game that can't develop anymore because he's past his prime)

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My go

Hayward (anyone who votes beverley shouldnt be allowed to watch nba basketball)

Thompson

Schroder

Wiggins

Millsap

Harris over johnson but this one is very tough as johnson was one of the main contributing factors to miamis second half form

Conley

Love

Horford (this hurts as a wizards fan)

Saric

Lillard

Holiday

Booker

Harris

Beal (Personally i consider him the 2nd best 2 guard behind harden)

Lavine

KCP

Ariza

Thompson

Smart

Aminu

Booker (he was an underated beast for brooklyn last year and lin was hurt for the majority of the season)

Crowder

Cauley-Stein

Hardaway Jr

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Gordon Hayward > Patrick

Gordon Hayward > Patrick Beverley

Klay Thompson > Victor Oladipo

Dennis Schroder > D'Angelo Russell

Andrew Wiggins > Mason Plumlee...Plumlee is a pretty good prospect though

Paul Millsap > Julius Randle

Gary Harris > James Johnson...Harris shot 50% from the field also while shooting 40% from 3 point land last season which is a rare feat.

Dion Waiters > Mike Conley

Kevin Love > Frank Kaminsky

Al Horford > Otto Porter

Dario Saric > Jonas Valanciunas

Damian Lillard (though his defense stinks) > Brook Lopez

Jrue Holiday > Marcin Gortat...both are key players for their teams.

Devin Booker > Harrison Barnes...Barnes isn't where he should be just yet while Book is scratching the surface while putting up nice numbers for his age.

Marquese Chriss > Tobias Harris...another close call Chriss just an overall better defensive prospect.

Kemba Walker > Bradley Beal

Zach LaVine > Aaron Gordon...LaVine has just panned out better so far though if Gordon puts all the pieces together he'll be a pretty good player.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope > Willy Hernangomez...Porzingis will always outshine Hernangomez as long as both are with the Knicks.

Trevor Ariza > Michael Kidd-Gilchrist...MKG is just injured too often but he's a winner if Kentucky didn't have him it might not have been a championship year for them.

Tristan Thompson > Kelly Olynyk...basically opposite players I just like how Thompson always goes hard when he's on the court.

Marcus Smart > Elfrid payton...not big on Payton definitely think his best years will be as a back up PG.

Thaddeus Young > Al-Farouq Aminu...Young has been consistent throughout his NBA career maybe a little underrated.

Jeremy Lin > Trevor Booker...I mean he's Linsanity enough said.

Dwyane Wade > Jae Crowder

Taj Gibson > Willie Cauley-Stein...Gibson just has the experience while Willie is still a project.

Robin Lopez > Tim Hardaway Jr

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Patrick Beverley or Gordon

Patrick Beverley or Gordon Hayward (This one is stupid)

Klay Thompson or Victor Oladipo (another rather stupid one)

Dennis Schroder or D'Angelo Russell (a guy that actually has a position and has gotten better vs. a semi unathletic combo guard who got shipped off the 2nd worst team in the NBA to the worst team)

Andrew Wiggins or Mason Plumlee (the 3rd stupid one in 4)

Paul Millsap or Julius Randle (Millsap is still a top 5-6 NBA power forward)

Gary Harris or James Johnson (I liked James Johnson's comeback this past season, but Harris has a wild amount of potential if he gets his consistency down and the coaches give him the green light)

Dion Waiters or Mike Conley (Conley is so under-rated that he's become a bit over-rated - yet he's still a top 10 NBA point guard and Waiters is more of a microwave off the bench scorer)

Frank Kaminsky or Kevin Love (A very stupid one)

Otto Porter or Al Horford (4x all-star vs 4th option)

Dario Saric or Jonas Valanciunas (Saric can actually guard multiple positions and his team doesn't suffer on offense when he's on the court)

Damian Lillard or Brook Lopez (Lillard, and not close)

Marcin Gortat or Jrue Holiday (a very close one here, but Holiday is a guy that can create for himself, and Gortat has a tendency to disappear down the stretch)

Harrison Barnes or Devin Booker (Booker - he's better now and he'll be eons better for the next 5-10 years)

Tobias Harris or Marquese Chriss (Chriss has a higher ceiling, but right now Harris is the superior basketball player with more skill and more current value to a team)

Kemba Walker or Bradley Beal (You put Beal on the Hornets and he averages more points than Walker and that team increases its win total by at least 3 games)

Zach Lavine or Aaron Gordon (LaVine...Gordon can't do much besides dunk)

Willy Hernangomez or Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (WHG vs. KCP....KCP is a better overall player right now but Hernangomez has an extremely high ceiling)

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist or Trevor Ariza (this is a good one, since neither player is that good to be quite honest, but both manage to be starters because each has a discernible skill - MKG rebounds excellently for his position and Ariza can shoot the 3. Ariza right now is still better)

Tristan Thompson or Kelly Olynyk (A lot of guys can shoot the ball but not a lot of NBA players can impose their will on the offensive glass quite like Thompson does)

Elfrid Payton or Marcus Smart (Marcus Smart is more wild and less polished but his defense, competitiveness and heart puts him over)

Thaddeus Young or Al-Farouq Aminu (Thaddeus Young has been a slightly above average starter for many years and Aminu has been a slightly below average starter for just a couple years)

Trevor Booker or Jeremy Lin (Lin is better at everything except defensive rebounding)

Dwyane Wade or Jae Crowder (A 1 on 1 mastermind vs a great team system player...Wade is still a better player, even at his age)

Willie Cauley-Stein or Taj Gibson (Gibson...WCS is younger but has a long ways to go before his offensive skillset develops to the point of his coach being able to keep him on the floor)

Tim Hardaway Jr. or Robin Lopez (Hardaway is better.)

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Gordon Hayward Klay

Gordon Hayward

Klay Thompson

Dennis Schroder

Andrew Wiggins

Paul Millsap

James Johnson

Mike Conley

Kevin Love

Al Horford

Dario Saric

Damian Lillard

Marcin Gortat

Harrison Barnes

Tobias Harris

Kemba Walker

Zach Lavine

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Trevor Ariza

Tristan Thompson

Marcus Smart

Thaddeus Young

Trevor Booker

Dwyane Wade

Taj Gibson

Robin Lopez

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