Combined some of the top players from 2011 and 2012...who do you got?
G- Shabazz Muhammad, 6'5'' 210, 2012
G- Marquis Teague, 6'2'' 170, 2011
C- Mitch McGary, 6'10'' 245, 2012
F- Quincy Miller, 6'9'' 200, 2011
F- Anthony Davis, 6'10'' 214, 2011
G- Austin Rivers, 6'4'' 185, 2011
G- Ricardo Ledo, 6'6'' 175, 2012
C- Andre Drummond, 6'10'' 251, 2012
F- Michael Gilchrist, 6'6'' 216, 2011
F- James McAdoo, 6'9'' 226, 2011
It's tough but I'd go with team one.
You can never underestimate good point guard play and you've left team two without a point. There aren't enough shots to go around for rivers and ledo.
Gilchrist vs. Miller at the three would be a really interesting match up but I think gilchrist would ultimately come close to shutting down miller.
My biggest worry about team one is who guards Andre Drummond. That kid is a monster and I'm not sure McGary can get it done so you're looking a double teaming possibly leaving McAdoo a lot of free baskets.
McAdoo & Drummond... too hard to handle in the post
If they played right now, I think Team 1 would win handily. I like some of the prospects on Team 2 more, but I think that McGary honestly held his own against Drummond recently, and I like the fact they have a true PG. Give me Davis over McAdoo, and I expect Quincy Miller and Gilchrist too battle. Also, I think Shabazz Muhammad might be the best guard on either team. Tough too say, but I love the way Teague and Davis play together, so I will say Team 1 for now.
Why do you use "too" when you mean "to"? I know your smarter than that. It confuses the hell out me sometimes, but I'm just curious.
Anyway... I'm going with team 1 because of the point guard play, seems like rivers and ledo would both want the ball and it could be a problem
But, point taken, I will work on it :)
Simply because they have Kobe....my bad, I meant Shabazz Muhhamed. Lol.