Questions of the day: August 17, 2013

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  1. GatorRade
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    Obviously, I am going to catch hell for this, but I might go for Calathes over Jwill. I also like Brett Nelson. Horford and Noah are givens on the team.

    Maybe: Calathes, Miller, Brewer, Horford, and Noah?
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    JWill played on an awful team, and yet he carried that team to a win in Lexington over a UK team that went on to win the national title. IMHO, he was the most talented point guard in the Donovan era. As an aside, I talked to Donovan at a Gator event in Tampa prior to JWill becoming eligible. I asked him how good was JWill. Billy's response was that JWill would be one of the 3 best point guards in college basketball along with Stephon Marbury and Chauncey Billups.
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    Bottom line, how does JWill's team do with Green running the team? Not good.

    On the other hand, can you imagine how easy Horford, Noah, Brewer and Hump would have had it with JWill running point? That would have been unfair.
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    Jason Williams' offensive basketball skill set was off the charts. It is like once in a decade kind of territory.

    Let's not talk about his "D" because it is nowhere near in the same category.

    Damn, he was fun to watch.
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    I loved Taurean Green's game at UF. However, we might have gone unbeaten 2 years in a row with JWill at the point.
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    In your opinion? There is not even another pg within his time zone when it comes to talent
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    Agree
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    1. PG- Wilbekin SG- Michael Frazier III SF- Dorian Finney Smith PF- Will Yuegette C- Patric Young

    2. Lebron James

    3. PG- Taureen Green SG- Mike Miller SF- Corey Brewer PF- Al Horford C- Joakim Noah
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    1. Hill, Wilebkin (assuming he is on the team), DFS, Walker, Young

    2. Keyon Dooling (in person) LeBron James (on TV)

    3. Jason Williams, Brewer, Miller, Horford, Noah (damn that's a bad ass 5!) with Beal and Lee as the primary backups
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    Agree on your 5

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