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Yao Ming - C

Inside shooting: 88
Mid Range shooting: 86
Outside shooting: 85
Speed: 90
Agility: 90
Rebound: 98
Size/athletisism advantage: 100
Passing: 80
Power: 75
Potential: 96

Jay Williams - PG

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 90
Outside shooting: 86
Speed: 90
Agility: 92
Rebound: 60
Size/athletisim advantage: 90
Passing: 95
Power: 90
Potential: 94

DaJuan Wagner - PG

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 90
Oustside shooting:94
Speed: 98
Agility: 100
Rebound: 45
Size/athletisism advantage: 94
Passing: 93
Power: 84
Potential: 95

Drew Gooden - PF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 80
Outside shooting: 70
Speed: 94
Agility: 94
Rebound: 100
Size/athletisism advantage: 93
Passing: 78
Power: 80
Potential: 92

Chris Wilcox - PF

Inside shooting: 85
Mid Range shooting: 78
Outside shooting: 50
Speed: 94
Agility: 96
Rebound: 94
Size/athletisism advantage: 100
Passing: 70
Power: 95
Potential: 92

Qyntel Woods -SG/SF

Inside shooting: 95
Mid Range shooting: 90
Outside shooting: 88
Speed: 92
Agility: 92
Rebound: 94
Size/athletisism advantage: 95
Passing: 85
Power: 93
Potential: 92

Nicholas Tiskilvilli - PF

Inside shooting: 94
Mid Range shooting: 90
Outside shooting: 74
Speed: 80
Agility: 80
Rebound: 90
Size/athletisism advantage: 80
Passing: 86
Power: 90
Potential: 90

Caron Butler - SG/SF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 95
Outside shooting: 90
Speed: 96
Agility: 96
Rebound: 92
Size/athletisism advantage: 95
Passing: 90
Power: 90
Potential: 94

Kareem Rush - SG

Inside shooting: 88
Mid Range shooting: 94
Outside shooting: 90
Speed: 90
Agility: 92
Rebound: 92
Size/athletisism advantage: 94
Passing: 94
Power: 86
Potential: 90

Mike Dunleavy Jr. - SF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 92
Outside shooting: 95
Speed: 90
Agility: 90
Rebound: 94
Size/athletisism advantage: 100
Passing: 90
Power: 85
Potential: 90

Nene Hilario - PF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 90
Outside shooting: 60
Speed: 90
Agility: 90
Rebound: 95
Size/athletisism advantage: 100
Passing: 80
Power: 96
Potential: 90

Amare Stoudamire - PF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 85
Outside shooting: 64
Speed: 90
Agility: 90
Rebound: 90
Size/athletisism advantage: 88
Passing: 80
Power: 90
Potential: 95

Jared Jeffries - SF

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 85
Outside shooting: 60
Speed: 90
Agility: 95
Rebound: 90
Size/athletisism advantage: 80
Passing: 80
Power: 85
Potential: 90

Curtis Borchardt - C

Inside shooting: 95
Mid Range shooting: 80
Outside shooting: 50
Speed: 80
Agility: 85
Rebound: 85
Size/athletisism advantage: 90
Passing: 85
Power: 90
Potential: 85

Frank Williams - PG

Inside shooting: 94
Mid Range shooting: 92
Outside shooting: 85
Speed: 92
Agility: 92
Rebound: 60
Size/athletisim advantage: 92
Passing: 100
Power: 85
Potential: 93

Dan Dickau - PG

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 95
Outside shooting: 95
Speed: 92
Agility: 92
Rebound: 50
Size/athletisim advantage: 90
Passing: 96
Power: 80
Potential: 90

And our friend Juan Dixon, just for fun

Inside shooting: 90
Mid Range shooting: 95
Outside shooting: 100
Speed: 88
Agility: 88
Rebound: 50
Size/athletisim advantage: 50
Passing: 60
Power: 70
Potential: 80
 

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Where's Rush?

You did all the players likely to be lottery selections, plus Dickau, a mid to late first, and Dixon, a late first to second rounder.
 

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WoW, good work, but why is J-Will's Outside Shooting 12 points lower than Wagner's?

That seems a little unreasonable to me...
 

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Re: Where's Rush?

Originally posted by moTIGS
You did all the players likely to be lottery selections, plus Dickau, a mid to late first, and Dixon, a late first to second rounder.
Crap, i knew i was missing someone, ill edit him in there

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U did it again!!!:D

U gave Woods a 95 for size/athletisism advange,yet u gave Wilcox a 100?EVERYONE knows that Woods at 6'9 is the most athletic person in this draft!

He can jump through the roof,give him a 100!:yes:

I like how u made Jays speed a little slower.:yes:
 

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i think these rating are completely pointless. the fact is that some players turn out to be better NBA players than they were in College. Some turn out to be busts so you can't go with these ratings.

Look at Vince Carter for example. I remember him being rated with like a 80 in almost every category. Look at him now. One of the best players in the league, and a star.
 

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Yeah, and you still didn't address your reasoning for giving Wagner a higher Outside Shooting ranking than J-Will. Just check the %ages....
 

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Originally posted by sime
i think these rating are completely pointless. the fact is that some players turn out to be better NBA players than they were in College. Some turn out to be busts so you can't go with these ratings.

Look at Vince Carter for example. I remember him being rated with like a 80 in almost every category. Look at him now. One of the best players in the league, and a star.
They arent pointless at all, They are my opinion on the player's pros and cons.
 

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Yeah, and you still didn't address your reasoning for giving Wagner a higher Outside Shooting ranking than J-Will. Just check the %ages....
Jay Williams can be very inconsistant from 3 point range, i put the rating up a little anyway, Wagner is one of the best shooters in the draft.
 

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J-will

45.7 FG %
38.3 3pt. %


Dajuan Wagner

41.0 FG %
31.7 3pt. %


Not only did J-Will have a much better 3pt. %age, but he also shot better overall from the field. I think the rankings should be adjusted accordingly....
 

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I thought Gooden was supposed to be one of the fastest big men...at least better than Wilcox
 

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Whoa... Dejuan's speed at 98? I haven't seen him play much... but from what I've heard, he's not that fast. In fact, according to some Chicago Workout test #'s, I heard his sprint time and lateral movement times were beaten out by Jay Williams, Chris Wilcox and Nene Hilario!! I don't know the exact numbers, nor do I know the link to them, but I really don't think Dejuan's that fast. Plus, I think there's a reason that Dejuan's quickness was rated an 8 in the NBAdraft.net ranking's (however I don't really trust those rankings, because I remember one time when they rated Kwame Brown's athlticsm an 11! :rolleyes: )
 
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