Pure scorer James Harden. He put ball in netted hoop good. Good pure scorer late round Jodie Meeks. He score points at Kentucky a lot. Me think Stephen Curry score lot points with shooting similar to Johnny Weismuller's swimming ability (He was the actor who played Tarzan and an Olympic swimmer). Who you think pure scorer? NBA Draft!
I agree those all pure scorer NBA draft. I think funny you posts 18 but -79 points.
In English, I agree that Curry, Harden, Mills and probably Ellington should be able to put up plenty of points in the NBA.
Jeff teague anyone?
Curry score super excellent; magic box show me before. He score super-pure, throws ball from far away into Orange Ring with 2 or 3 hu-mans chasing him down. Me thinks users need talk for Marcus Thornton too this thread. Dionte Christmas score good too. Super-good if he go late. Mikey, Me no thinks Harden real PURE scorer, he throw ball to people wearing same shirt too good and too much for pure scorer. These players pure scorer (NBA Draft); who you think pure scorer?
pure score less to sum shiny chop with headless clown* my peanut left in 5:00 subway bus shot marbles with friend man curry but my ring finger wasnt talking to him so i ate much snow in dennys before she clapped today with cell phone and mostly smiles
Harden or Curry.
I would say Curry if his driving ability was tip top, but I have to give it to Harden. He can get points in transition, from the line, perimeter J, from 3, going to the whole, and in the post if he has a smaller, weaker defender on him. Those six qualities is the makeup of a pure scorer, and Harden has them all
Meeks, Curry, and Teague are the 3 best scorers
How about we grow up and not make fun of someone's English as it is obviously his second language...he got his point across and you should post your thoughts and feelings on the thoughts and not antagonize him for his grammar
Additionally, Curry is the best PURE scorer in the draft, hands down. He can get it done from anywhere with a quick release and craftiness while also warding off defenders. He'll see a lot more one on one coverage in the NBA which should lead to him displaying these scoring skills.
Meeks is a better scorer than shooter.
Curry is a flat out assassin. He scored much like Eddie House did at Arizona State University. Let's hope his transistion to the pro level has a better outcome.
Devendorf can score in bunches, hence 22 points in the second half against Rutgers to propel Syracuse to the instant classic game against UConn.
I think James Harden may be a little overated in this category.
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I would usually agree with you, and I am as sympathetic as anyone when it comes to people learning ESL, but this guy was just posting ridiculous stuff and I am not actually sure if english is his second language. I also think the idea of "pure scorer" is slightly ridiculous and tend to hate that term. It to me means a guy that can only score and can do very little else on the court, which is why I do not think players would want to be classified as such. I think it is just a generic term to classify a player ahead of possibly more talented players than themselves. I think that James Harden and Stephen Curry both have a lot to offer in their games. My friends always say that Melo is the best "pure scorer" in the game, but really, there are quite a few players who seem to put more points on the board than he does. Melo makes it look very easy and has a fantastic offensive skill set, but it almost seems like since he does not play defense (STILL) and does not get assist numbers that he is somehow under this category. If you are talking about scoring the basketball, I would take LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and even Dirk Nowitzki over Carmelo for their ability to score points. As tough as Melo is to defend, those guys are even tougher covers, but for some reason I doubt they would be considered "pure scorers". So, if "pure scorer" tends to mean "good offensive player with little else to offer", I would hope to name no one from this draft. However, if it just means scoring ability and offensive skill set, than Curry and Harden are at the top.