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    Question Who is the best pure shooter in college basketball?

    Just wondering.......????
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    jj redick
    ..oh wait..

    im not sure you can pick just one.
    kind of hard to tell.
    so many kids shooting a high % from 3 all over the place.
    but how can you compare the defense against and all that.

    its definitely not Stephen curry. im sure he'll get some votes.
    hes got to be the most overrated guy in CBB.
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    I honestly can't say

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    Stephon Curry. Enough said.

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    As much as I think Curry is portrayed to be a God when he's not, he's still probably the best all around shooter right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SidTheKid View Post
    I honestly can't say
    Think it over. It's tough because shooting the rock is a lost art.


    ...Also, please try to back up your claims. video, stats, etc...

    I'm talking about the sweetest stroke, the guy that can't miss, that puts the nail in the coffin (insert cliche) when the other team makes a run!
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    These guys are in range as soon as they enter the gym. (link)


    1) Stephen Curry G, Davidson: Simply the best shooter in the country (139 3's, 44%)
    2) AJ Abrams G, Texas: Capable of filling it up in a hurry from outside, quickest release in college basketball (99 3's, 37%)
    3) Kyle McAlarney G, Notre Dame: Textbook form on his jump shot, shoots a great percentage from beyond the arc (103 3's, 45 %)
    4) Tyrese Rice G, Boston College: Nailed eight 3ís against UNC last year in memorable performance

    5) Robert Vaden G, UAB: Tied Curry for most 3ís last year, capable of getting hot in a hurry (139 3's, 41 %)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6deep View Post
    These guys are in range as soon as they enter the gym. (link)


    1) Stephen Curry G, Davidson: Simply the best shooter in the country (139 3's, 44%)
    2) AJ Abrams G, Texas: Capable of filling it up in a hurry from outside, quickest release in college basketball (99 3's, 37%)
    3) Kyle McAlarney G, Notre Dame: Textbook form on his jump shot, shoots a great percentage from beyond the arc (103 3's, 45 %)
    4) Tyrese Rice G, Boston College: Nailed eight 3ís against UNC last year in memorable performance

    5) Robert Vaden G, UAB: Tied Curry for most 3ís last year, capable of getting hot in a hurry (139 3's, 41 %)
    curry's 3pt% is 37.5% by my count
    simply jacking up shots against bad teams i not enough for me.

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    There was another thread saying high overrated Curry is. It said he wouldn't be anything in the NBA cuz he is simply a pure shooter. But now in this thread, he can't shoot.

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    hes a shooter/scorer.
    but he doesnt have the athleticism, or efficiency.
    especially not to be called "the best pure shooter".

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    Quote Originally Posted by cambovenzi View Post
    curry's 3pt% is 37.5% by my count
    simply jacking up shots against bad teams i not enough for me.
    I didn't write that, I linked it for you.... I think the guy's talking about last season's stats btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6deep View Post
    These guys are in range as soon as they enter the gym. (link)


    1) Stephen Curry G, Davidson: Simply the best shooter in the country (139 3's, 44%)
    2) AJ Abrams G, Texas: Capable of filling it up in a hurry from outside, quickest release in college basketball (99 3's, 37%)
    3) Kyle McAlarney G, Notre Dame: Textbook form on his jump shot, shoots a great percentage from beyond the arc (103 3's, 45 %)
    4) Tyrese Rice G, Boston College: Nailed eight 3ís against UNC last year in memorable performance

    5) Robert Vaden G, UAB: Tied Curry for most 3ís last year, capable of getting hot in a hurry (139 3's, 41 %)
    I like McAlarney most from that list. Vaden's just a chucker.

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    Mcalarney is CLEARLY the best shooter.. His range is one of the best I've seen on the college level..

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    Here's one no one will name and will probably call me a homer for. What about Gordon Hayward of Butler? He's shooting 48.1% from the field, 45.8% from behind the arc, and 78.8% from the free throw line. Pretty good numbers considering he is a freshman. He is ranked as one of the best freshman in the nation in points per game, rebounds, shooting percentage, and 3 point percentage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cardinals1226 View Post
    Here's one no one will name and will probably call me a homer for. What about Gordon Hayward of Butler? He's shooting 48.1% from the field, 45.8% from behind the arc, and 78.8% from the free throw line. Pretty good numbers considering he is a freshman. He is ranked as one of the best freshman in the nation in points per game, rebounds, shooting percentage, and 3 point percentage.
    I have watched him a couple times this year, he is pretty damned good! I remember the OSU game most clearly, even though OSU won, he had a bunch of 3 pointers that game. I would say he's definitely worth recognition.

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