2011 NBA Draft: Re-Evaluating the Top Shooting Guard Prospects

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2011 NBA Draft: Re-Evaluating the Top Shooting Guard Prospects
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Far and away the thinnest position available in the 2011 draft, there is a significant dropoff in projected production for a team after the top five SG positions.  Great athleticism, scoring and upside can be found, but finding a guy who can step into to teams rotation to be a legitimate scorer is a few years away from this class. 

Spanning from raw athlete to pure scorers to refined shooters, there is a solid mix at the top if a team needs to add depth to their bench.  Here is a revised look and some thoughts on the “SwishScout.com Shooting Guard Position Rankings.”

Note: On every player, you can click their name or country to take you to a more detailed profile for an extensive scouting report and highlights on the respective prospect.

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