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CourseyCorridor

im sorry but you're an idiot






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BillyBobfan24_7
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Would you just shut the frick up already? Not everyone is going to see your point of view in life especially when your view is psychotic and narrow minded. And you call someone dense when you are the dumbass that is missinterpretting the point that was clearly being made. Just because you post a novel with every post doesn't make it fact.





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Anchor this fricking thread.





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BillyBobfan24_7
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Dude turned a decent thread into a shite sandwich over a comment about international ball. Lol





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CourseyCorridor
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Aside from random posters guessing that Quartermann will play 2 because he's tall doesn't make it true. Just sounds like randoms not believing a tall guy could play 1. I like his versatility but he was recruited as a PG.


The thing is, he plays like a wing on the film that's available online. He uses ball screens, but he's looking for his shot.

Read these:

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There are plenty of people who watched him, noted his ball skills, and still thought of him as a wing.

I like him as a versatile 1, but watching his highlights and reading his evaluations, there seem to be a lot of people who see him as a lanky wing with good enough ball skills to be able to play the one, as opposed to a true point guard.

So I understand why some posters on here look at him on film and see an SG. Some good basketball people sort of thought the same thing and they could be right when it's all said and done.

One major evaluator who saw him as a PG from the get-go was Reggie Rankin of ESPN. First evaluation I saw from Rankin of Quarterman, he talked about him as a PG.










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CourseyCorridor
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Big difference between Stringer and Collins is that Stringer was thrown in the fold and expected to immediately contribute. Naturally, his numbers suffered. You think Collins would be killing it if he played 30 minutes a game? It's like a pro player that logs 10 minutes at max effort and pulls down 7 boards a game and people automatically assume that number would be double that if he played all game. It doesn't work that way.


It's an interesting way of looking at it. On the other hand, Stringer had relatively free rein if you remember how offensively challenged they were. Collins is more of your typical HS Alpha Dog who has to learn how to accept a role in college and struggles with it.






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