Thoughts?Drexler and Carter are both players who, at one time or another, were compared to Jordan. Drexler, a contemporary of Jordan, was often thought of as "Jordan-lite" during his career. Carter was compared to Jordan thanks mainly to his college (the University of North Carolina) and high-flying acrobatics. While it's unfair to compare just about anyone to Jordan, Drexler and Carter compare to each other quite well. Last year Carter shot 45.2 percent from the floor, 79.8 percent from the line and played 36.7 minutes per game. Drexler, in his career, shot 47.2 percent from the floor, 78.8 percent from the line and averaged 34.6 minutes per game. Both players blocked shots at a similar rate (0.8 per 40 minutes for Drexler, 0.7 for Carter) and fouled at similar rates (3.5 per 40 minutes for Drexler, 3.4 for Carter). Drexler was a more complete player than Carter, however, with a higher assist ratio (20.8 versus 14.6) and rebound rate (9.9 percent versus 8.4 percent).