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View Poll Results: #9 SG in the NBA?

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  • Bradley Beal

    2 2.63%
  • Dion Waiters

    0 0%
  • Jimmy Butler

    4 5.26%
  • Jared Dudley

    0 0%
  • J.J. Redick

    0 0%
  • Monta Ellis

    11 14.47%
  • Eric Gordon

    2 2.63%
  • Klay Thompson

    19 25.00%
  • Kevin Martin

    1 1.32%
  • Ray Allen

    1 1.32%
  • Vince Carter

    19 25.00%
  • DeMar DeRozan

    0 0%
  • Tyreke Evans

    2 2.63%
  • Arron Afflalo

    2 2.63%
  • O.J. Mayo

    4 5.26%
  • Wes Matthews

    0 0%
  • Gordon Hayward

    2 2.63%
  • Louis Williams

    0 0%
  • Gerald Henderson

    1 1.32%
  • Jamal Crawford

    5 6.58%
  • Danny Green

    1 1.32%
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    6th Annual PSD Player Rankings #9 SG In The NBA? (Volume: VI)

    Hey guys, It is that time of year again! Once again we kick of the PSD NBA Off-Season Player Rankings. This is the 6th year I have done this on PSD and it always brings some great discussion and debate. Please keep things civil and discuss who you feel is most fitting and deserving of being voted in each poll.

    A lot has changed since last season. Lebron James and the Miami Heat are back to back NBA champions after an exciting 7 game series win over the Spurs. Let start the discussion since lots has changed since the start of last season. Please TRY AND VOTE FOR THE BEST PLAYER AND DON'T BE A HOMER. I will leave the poll open for one day and than we can carry on to the next best player at that position. I will add more players after each round. I have also included the results of those last 5 years so everyone can see how much things have changed...Enjoy.

    Due to some people complaining that the rule was not written for the PG poll; in order to be eligible for these rankings, players must of played in 10 or more games last season. Thank you.


    REMEMBER this is based on who is the best player, not the player who has the potential to be the best


    2013 Off-Season PSD SG Rankings
    1) James Harden
    2) Kobe Bryant
    3) Dwyane Wade
    4) Paul George
    5) Manu Ginobili
    6) JR Smith
    7) Tony Allen
    8) Joe Johnson
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    2012 Off-Season PSD SG Rankings

    1) Kobe Bryant
    2) Dwyane Wade
    3) Manu Ginobili
    4) James Harden
    5) Joe Johnson
    6) Monta Ellis
    7) Eric Gordon
    8) Paul George
    9) Kevin Martin
    10) Ray Allen

    2011 Off-Season PSD SG Rankings

    1) Dwyane Wade
    2) Kobe Bryant
    3) Manu Ginobili
    4) Joe Johnson
    5) Monta Ellis
    6) Kevin Martin
    7) Ray Allen
    8) Eric Gordon
    9) Jason Terry
    10) James Harden

    2010 Off-Season SG Rankings

    1) Kobe Bryant
    2) Dwyane Wade
    3) Brandon Roy
    4) Joe Johnson
    5) Manu Ginobili
    6) Monta Ellis
    7) Ray Allen
    8) Stephen Jackson
    9) O.J. Mayo
    10) Jason Richardson

    2009 Off-Season SG Rankings:

    1) Kobe Bryant
    2) Dwayne Wade
    3) Brandon Roy
    4) Joe Johnson
    5) Vince Carter
    6) Manu Ginobili
    7) Ray Allen
    8) Kevin Martin
    9) Ben Gordon
    10) Richard Hamilton

    2008 Off-Season SG rankings:

    1) Kobe Bryant
    2) Dwayne Wade
    3) Tracy McGrady
    4) Allen Iverson
    5) Manu Ginobili
    5) Vince Carter
    7) Joe Johnson
    8) Ray Allen
    9) Brandon Roy
    10) Kevin Martin

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    Montttttaaaaa

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    probably should have Avery Bradley listed, since he's right there with Tony Allen as the best perimeter defender in the league

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    I think Vince played SF this year, no?

    Seriously... what about Klay! That kid is awesome!
    Why did the chicken cross the basketball court?
    Because he heard the refs were blowing fowls.

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    This list is just sad

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    I'm really not feeling this list though except for top three or four it doesn't make sense... And monta should not even be in top ten at all
    49ers, Warriors, SF Giants, Sharks lol SMH
    Colin Kaepernick is a choker and always will be...
    I fully endorse this message

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    Lol I love VC to death but it kills me that PSD has been voting for him since 4

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    Code:
    Rk          Player  Season Age  G   MP  PER  TS% eFG% ORB% DRB% TRB% AST% STL% BLK% TOV% USG% ORtg DRtg OWS DWS  WS WS/48
    1     Vince Carter 2012-13  36 81 2093 17.8 .571 .530  3.1 14.4  8.9 15.0  1.8  1.6 10.0 23.1  111  106 3.9 2.0 6.0  .137
    2    Klay Thompson 2012-13  22 82 2936 12.7 .533 .509  1.2 10.0  5.7 10.1  1.5  1.2 11.0 21.8  102  107 1.7 2.6 4.3  .070
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    Rk          Player  Season Age  G GS   MP  FG  FGA  FG%  3P 3PA  3P%  FT FTA  FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV  PF  PTS
    1     Vince Carter 2012-13  36 81  3 25.8 4.6 10.6 .435 2.0 4.9 .406 2.2 2.8 .816 0.7 3.4 4.1 2.4 0.9 0.5 1.3 2.8 13.4
    2    Klay Thompson 2012-13  22 82 82 35.8 6.2 14.7 .422 2.6 6.4 .401 1.6 1.9 .841 0.4 3.3 3.7 2.2 1.0 0.5 1.9 2.9 16.6
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    Compare and contrast.

    Vince basically leading in every advanced category. Don't let per game stats fool you. Sadly, I voted for Klay and wish I could change my vote right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JWorthy42 View Post
    Code:
    Rk          Player  Season Age  G   MP  PER  TS% eFG% ORB% DRB% TRB% AST% STL% BLK% TOV% USG% ORtg DRtg OWS DWS  WS WS/48
    1     Vince Carter 2012-13  36 81 2093 17.8 .571 .530  3.1 14.4  8.9 15.0  1.8  1.6 10.0 23.1  111  106 3.9 2.0 6.0  .137
    2    Klay Thompson 2012-13  22 82 2936 12.7 .533 .509  1.2 10.0  5.7 10.1  1.5  1.2 11.0 21.8  102  107 1.7 2.6 4.3  .070
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    Rk          Player  Season Age  G GS   MP  FG  FGA  FG%  3P 3PA  3P%  FT FTA  FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV  PF  PTS
    1     Vince Carter 2012-13  36 81  3 25.8 4.6 10.6 .435 2.0 4.9 .406 2.2 2.8 .816 0.7 3.4 4.1 2.4 0.9 0.5 1.3 2.8 13.4
    2    Klay Thompson 2012-13  22 82 82 35.8 6.2 14.7 .422 2.6 6.4 .401 1.6 1.9 .841 0.4 3.3 3.7 2.2 1.0 0.5 1.9 2.9 16.6
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    Compare and contrast.

    Vince basically leading in every advanced category. Don't let per game stats fool you. Sadly, I voted for Klay and wish I could change my vote right now.
    Your Klay vote is still fine. Considering volume he was still the better 3pt shooter, was constantly tasked with guarding the opponents best player on defense, and logged a full 10 mgp more than Vince. The advanced stats that can't account for that defensive work and regulate the #'s so the minutes played + role aren't taken into account shed Vince in a much better light.

    That said, I'm not sure who I'd go here. I could see Gordon Hayward with as strong an argument as anyone. Probably where I'd lean tbh.

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    Monta

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    Lets get some more votes guys.

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    I went with Monta Ellis. He can do more for a team as the sixth man than Klay Thompson can as the starting shooting guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrblisterdundee View Post
    I went with Monta Ellis. He can do more for a team as the sixth man than Klay Thompson can as the starting shooting guard.
    As a Warriors fan who has watched the vast majority of the games in both of their careers. No. At least Klay is + defender and plays within an offense.

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    Monta might have the skills but his IQ is just not there. You can't play him within an offense, he will end up chucking lol.

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