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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    I would add Kobe and LeBron

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?



    Quote Originally Posted by Turbo Slayer

    Right
    Curry shoots 30% on contested threes:


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    Curry is bad also bad at contested mid-range:





    So he shoots 29% on tightly contested two's outside of 10 feet, and 39% on contested.. and 30% on contested 3's...

    So he is NOT a good contested jumpshooter and therefore doesn't compare to bird or kobe.. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by And1AllDay
    I would add Kobe and LeBron

    No thread is complete without mentioning one of those guys, even if they are irrelevant to the topic.

    I have only used the filter once in all these years but i might have to do it again with screwball. His copy and paste spamming is beyond ridiculous.

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    Flat out outrageous you'd mention Kyrie but not Stockton.

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    What about McGrady? (When he was healthy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tontoz
    No thread is complete without mentioning one of those guys, even if they are irrelevant to the topic.

    I have only used the filter once in all these years but i might have to do it again with screwball. His copy and paste spamming is beyond ridiculous.
    How is Kobe not elite ball handler and shooter please tell me?

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    Also............the logo.

    KBlaze looking like Wizards Jordan out here.

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    James...Harden.

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    Quote Originally Posted by eliteballer
    Flat out outrageous you'd mention Kyrie but not Stockton.
    Stockton is the ultimate selective shooter. Even Chris Paul took over more often.
    Last edited by bigkingsfan; 05-21-2019 at 09:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by And1AllDay
    How is Kobe not elite ball handler and shooter please tell me?

    Because he is the all time leader in missed shots. Career 32.9% from 3.

    Ditto McGrady. Taking a lot of shots doesn't make someone a great shooter.

    As far as Stockton goes i would say tier 2 or maybe 3. He was the opposite of Kobe. He had very good shot selection which made him look like a better shooter than he really was. I watched him a lot an never really thought of him as a great shooter.

    Kobe had bad shot selection. If his shot selection was just average i think he would be to 35-37% from 3 and over 50% on 2s.

    Harden tier 2. His 3 pt % of 36.5% is a bit weak to be considered elite but i will give him extra points for volume. 85.5% from the foul line also borderline.
    Last edited by tontoz; 05-21-2019 at 09:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkingsfan
    Stockton is the ultimate selective shooter. Even Chris Paul took over more often.
    Being a selective shooter is part of being a good shooter..

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    Much as I love Stockton he wasn

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    Quote Originally Posted by eliteballer
    Being a selective shooter is part of being a good shooter.
    That would make Kobe a terrible shooter.

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    Default Re: Are Kyrie, Steph, and Steve Nash the only elite ball handlers and shooters?

    Quote Originally Posted by bigkingsfan
    That would make Kobe a terrible shooter.






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