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  • #1257957
    r377r377
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    Who is the best backup PG in the league ?

    Which backups do you think will eventually be given a starter’s role ?

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  • #1257958
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    Hitster
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    Trrus Jones as Ja’s back in Memphis sprang to mind.as a very solid back up PG.

    The second question is a tougher one as it rules out top PGs who have moved to the bench and then you have psudeo 6th men who are good enough to start but maybe don’t for tactical reasons.

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  • #1257959
    armchairgmarmchairgm
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    I mean currently Russell Westbrook

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  • #1257960
    NorrinRaddNorrinRadd
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    Malcom Brogdon makes a good case.

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  • #1257961
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    JDB12
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    This has to date back to my thoughts last year, but Ayo Dosunmu. He does often play off the ball with the Bulls due to their personnel, and this year has started every game mostly because of injuries. But last year and so far this year I thought he’s showed a fantastic all around skill set to be, at worst, a good backup PG for years. But I think he also has an very high ceiling with several potential all-star nods as well. He’s shown to be a pest defensively, with good size and athleticism. His outside shooting could be more consistent but mid-range and in he’s dangerous. He’s not the most natural passer but he isn’t lacking vision by any means from what I’ve seen. He also is as effective on the ball as off of the ball.

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  • #1257962
    Robb_CRobb_C
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    De’Anthony Melton

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  • #1257965
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    Zouldiers
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    Jose Alvarado

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  • #1257970
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    Choppy
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    Cameron Payne does a good job backing up Chris Paul.

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