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Austin Daye or John Henson

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Austin Daye or John Henson

Who ends up the better NBA player?


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Tough one, but I'll say

Tough one, but I'll say Henson. I see him as a valuable "Swiss army knife" type that most Championship teams need...I do think Daye has the ability to be a very good starter in the NBA with his offensive skills though.

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John Henson, by far, because his game is more explosive and longer. Not only that, Henson can shoot from the arc, too. Last time I checked, Daye was in the NBA because he can shoot the ball, that's it.

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Henson will be a monster if

Henson will be a monster if he can put all his tools together. He is an excellent passer, explosive athlete, and a decent shooter. Right now he is still finding his role at UNC and getting comfortable out on the perimeter Give the guy 25 lbs of muscle and experience and he will get there.

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i have to take Daye because

i have to take Daye because he is a better shooter which gives more versitility

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Daye is by Far

The better player. Daye can drive in the lane better then most guards, he can rebound, score from the arc and hit his free throws.

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I'll have to say Daye. He

I'll have to say Daye. He pretty much shown his skill set throughout the season (shooting the rock pretty well, providing mismatches, rebounding bursts etc.) And Henson hasn't shown much yet, considering he's a frosh and backing up/starting alongside Ed Davis, Deon Thompson, the Wear twins, and Tyler Zeller. If Henson and Daye put on 20-35 lbs, they will be premiere players in the NBA for a long time

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I'll have to say Daye. He

I'll have to say Daye. He pretty much shown his skill set throughout the season (shooting the rock pretty well, providing mismatches, rebounding bursts etc.) And Henson hasn't shown much yet, considering he's a frosh and backing up/starting alongside Ed Davis, Deon Thompson, the Wear twins, and Tyler Zeller. If Henson and Daye put on 20-35 lbs, they will be premiere players in the NBA for a long time

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I would say Daye. He can

I would say Daye. He can shoot with range, he has not had much time to prove himself. But when he does get time he is good.

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