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    Name a guard(s) 6'6 and above that had the best ball handling you have ever seen?

    Which guard(s) 6 foot 6 and above had the best handles in NBA history?

    Example: Penny Hardaway
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    Jordan and Magic come to mind.
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    [QUOTE]
    Quote Originally Posted by JasonJohnHorn View Post
    Jordan and Magic come to mind.[/QUOTE
    Good picks. T-Mac had very good handles for a guy his size. Kobe as well.
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    mj,magic,tmac(though that wont be a popular answer because the dislike of him is so strong that many wont give him even that)

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    Kobe.

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    Jordan and Magic obviously from their eras, plus some others.

    Kobe has amazing ball control as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abe_froman View Post
    mj,magic,tmac(though that wont be a popular answer because the dislike of him is so strong that many wont give him even that)
    T Mac fell short of what everyone expected him to be, but I think he was a really good player and don't understand all of the hate. Imagine if Yao and him could have both played healthy together in Houston... that shoulda coulda woulda been something special.

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    I know Lamar Odom isn't a guard, but for someone 6'10 or taller, Lamar has the best handles

    For 6'6...Kobe no question
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    Poopy McGee

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    Quote Originally Posted by kduce View Post
    T Mac fell short of what everyone expected him to be, but I think he was a really good player and don't understand all of the hate. Imagine if Yao and him could have both played healthy together in Houston... that shoulda coulda woulda been something special.
    i think it comes down to the playoff loser that he was and all the threads from jb about him spark a backlash.he fell short def,but he was still very good player that doesnt get enough respect on this site and the hate goes overboard into anything dealing with him,even something like what the op is asking

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    Anthony Mason ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    Anthony Mason ftw
    +1 He had pretty sick handle and was deceptively quick

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    Does it have to be guard? LO as mentioned before for a forward as well as Hedo.

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    demar derozan

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    KD has a pretty nice handle for being as tall and lanky as he is.

    Shaq had a decent handle for a 7 footer as well. I'm referring to his younger days when he was agile enough to push the break.

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