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Byronicle
08-02-2009, 10:29 PM
Which Position has the Most Talented Players in the league today? There is no swingman, point forward etc. catergory because these are the 5 natural positions so I expect people would keep that in mind when voting to think about the player's natural position, i.e. Dirk Nowitzski can play centre but his natural position is the powerforward so if I was to vote powerforward, i would consider Dirk in that catergory.

brandonwarne52
08-02-2009, 10:29 PM
2.

Byronicle
08-02-2009, 10:32 PM
2.

yea i agree, but vote please :D

DetroitRipCity
08-02-2009, 10:36 PM
3

Lebron - Melo - Pierce - Tayshaun - G. Wallace - Artest - Marion - Odom - Josh Smith - R Jefferson - Butler

no particular order

Byronicle
08-02-2009, 10:53 PM
i say shooting guard because almost every team has one thats very deadly

Magic - Vince Carter
Boston - Ray Allen
Atlanta - Joe Johnson
San Antonio - Manu Ginobli
LA Lakers - Kobe Bryant
Miami - Dwayne Wade
Sacramento - Kevin Martin
Golden State - Stephen Jackson
Portland - Brandon Roy
Houston - Tracy Mcgrady
Dallas - Jason Terry
Pistons - Hamilton and Ben gordon
Philly - Andre Igoudala
Nuggets - J.R. Smith


Potential Players to pool in more talent
Clippers - Eric Gordon
Raptors - Demar Derozoan
Memphis - O.J. Mayo
Pacers - can't remember his name but they got a SG who could potentially become really good

i think i named most of them

JJ81
08-02-2009, 11:01 PM
PF or SF

magichatnumber9
08-02-2009, 11:05 PM
Shooting Guard 2 spot

magichatnumber9
08-02-2009, 11:05 PM
F it there all stacked well. 12345

black1605
08-02-2009, 11:09 PM
shooting guard

GeorgeMcCloud21
08-02-2009, 11:28 PM
SG....

Kobe
Dwyane Wade
Jet
Rip Hamilton
Redd
Ginobili
Vince Carter
K-Mart
Joe Johnson
Iguodala
J.R. Smith who pissed me off during the playoffs vs Dallas
& the Best of All Time Michael Jordan

carter15
08-02-2009, 11:30 PM
PG - everybody thinks their team has a great PG.
Paul, Williams, Nash, Parker, Harris, Rondo, Rose, Stuckey, Nelson, Mo Will, Calderon, Miller, Felton, etc.etc.

ItsTheLastAce
08-02-2009, 11:31 PM
i say shooting guard because almost every team has one thats very deadly

Magic - Vince Carter
Boston - Ray Allen
Atlanta - Joe Johnson
San Antonio - Manu Ginobli
LA Lakers - Kobe Bryant
Miami - Dwayne Wade
Sacramento - Kevin Martin
Golden State - Stephen Jackson
Portland - Brandon Roy
Houston - Tracy Mcgrady
Dallas - Jason Terry
Pistons - Hamilton and Ben gordon
Philly - Andre Igoudala
Nuggets - J.R. Smith


Potential Players to pool in more talent
Clippers - Eric Gordon
Raptors - Demar Derozoan
Memphis - O.J. Mayo
Pacers - can't remember his name but they got a SG who could potentially become really good

i think i named most of them

danny granger? i do believe hes a SF tho

MilwaukeeBAller
08-02-2009, 11:34 PM
i say shooting guard because almost every team has one thats very deadly

Magic - Vince Carter
Boston - Ray Allen
Atlanta - Joe Johnson
San Antonio - Manu Ginobli
LA Lakers - Kobe Bryant
Miami - Dwayne Wade
Sacramento - Kevin Martin
Golden State - Stephen Jackson
Portland - Brandon Roy
Houston - Tracy Mcgrady
Dallas - Jason Terry
Pistons - Hamilton and Ben gordon
Philly - Andre Igoudala
Nuggets - J.R. Smith


Potential Players to pool in more talent
Clippers - Eric Gordon
Raptors - Demar Derozoan
Memphis - O.J. Mayo
Pacers - can't remember his name but they got a SG who could potentially become really good

i think i named most of them

So is Michael Redd not good at all?

MilwaukeeBAller
08-02-2009, 11:35 PM
danny granger? i do believe hes a SF tho

He mite be talking about Brandon Rush. That would be my guess

Byronicle
08-02-2009, 11:41 PM
So is Michael Redd not good at all?

no he is good, just forgot...and it is Brandon Rush

Catfish1314
08-02-2009, 11:42 PM
Shooting guard. Kobe, Wade, Roy, Johnson, Carter, Manu, K-Mart, Rip, Ray, Mayo, BG, EG, Redd, Salmons, J-Rich, J.R., Terry, and someone else I'm probably forgetting can all be deadly.

And even when you get past those guys there are plenty of solid 2 guards. Francisco Garcia, Courtney Lee, Rudy Fernandez, Delonte West, Raja Bell, Rasual Butler, Anthony Parker, Dahntay Jones, Brandon Rush, Ronnie Brewer, Randy Foye, Mike Miller, Antoine Wright, etc.

Tommyh1331
08-02-2009, 11:45 PM
i say shooting guard because almost every team has one thats very deadly

Magic - Vince Carter
Boston - Ray Allen
Atlanta - Joe Johnson
San Antonio - Manu Ginobli
LA Lakers - Kobe Bryant
Miami - Dwayne Wade
Sacramento - Kevin Martin
Golden State - Stephen Jackson
Portland - Brandon Roy
Houston - Tracy Mcgrady
Dallas - Jason Terry
Pistons - Hamilton and Ben gordon
Philly - Andre Igoudala
Nuggets - J.R. Smith


Potential Players to pool in more talent
Clippers - Eric Gordon
Raptors - Demar Derozoan
Memphis - O.J. Mayo
Pacers - can't remember his name but they got a SG who could potentially become really good

i think i named most of them

nice research!

zambo4president
08-02-2009, 11:52 PM
2 Guard with ease.

Patriots
08-02-2009, 11:56 PM
Forward

cmellofan15
08-03-2009, 12:08 AM
Atlantic

Toronto Raptors - Hedo Turkoglu
New York Knicks - Wilson Chandler
New Jersey Nets - Courtney Lee (Listed as G-F)
Philadelphia Sixers - Thad Young/Iggy (whichever is playing SF)
Boston Celtics - Paul Pierce

Central

Cleveland Cavaliers - LeBron James
Milwaukee Bucks - Mbah a Moute (?)
Detroit Pistons - Tayshaun Prince
Chicago Bulls - Luol Deng
Indiana Pacers - Danny Granger

Southeast

Orlando Magic - Rashard Lewis (not certain which position he's playing)
Atlanta Hawks - (?) **** it I'll just say Marvin Williams
Miami Heat - James Jones or Beasley (?)
Charlotte Bobcats - Gerald Wallace
Washington Wizards - Caron Butler

Southwest

Los Angeles Lakers - Ron Artest
Golden State Warriors - Corey Maggette
Sacramento Kings - Garcia/Casspi
Los Angeles Clippers - Al Thornton
Phoenix Suns - Jason Richarson (?)

Pacific

New Orleans Hornets - Peja
Memphis Grizzlies - Rudy Gay
Houston Rockets - Trevor Ariza
San Antonio Spurs - Richard Jefferson
Dallas Mavericks - Marion and Howard

Northwest

Utah Jazz - AK47
Portland Blazers - Batum and Outlaw
Oklahoma City Thunder - Durant
Denver Nuggets - Melo :D
Minnesota Timberwolves - Ryan Gomes

Alot are questionable, but about 90% of these teams have a solid starting SF

Kjthunder
08-03-2009, 12:12 AM
3

Lebron - Melo - Pierce - Tayshaun - G. Wallace - Artest - Marion - Odom - Josh Smith - R Jefferson - Butler

no particular order


u left out Durant,Turkoglu, Lewis (technically a SF), Ariza, Josh Howard, Danny Granger, Al Thornton, Thadeus Young, Rudy Gay, Beasley(still don't know if he'll be a 3 or 4), Peja, and Kirilenko. to name a few more

nyyankees09
08-03-2009, 12:14 AM
Shooting guard