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    Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    These two are very similar players. The only differences is that Gilstrap was more of a 3/4 since he rebounded a little better and had more blocks. Clyburn is more of a 2/3 and a better shooter. But overall these two are almost clones of each other.

    Clyburn Stats(1 year at Utah):

    34.7 minutes per game
    17.1 points per game
    7.8 rebounds per game
    1 assist per game
    2.5 turnovers per game
    1.1 steals per game
    2.3 fouls per game
    45% overall from the field
    58% of overall shots from 2 pt range, 42% of overall shots from 3 pt range
    49% from 2
    6.9 2 pt attempts per game
    3.4 2 pt makes per game
    40% from 3
    5.1 3 pt attempts per game
    2.1 3 pt makes per game

    75% free throw percentage
    5.5 free throw attempts per game
    4.2 free throw makes per game



    Marquis Gilstrap (1 year at Iowa State)
    32.2 minutes per game
    14.9 points per game
    9.3 rebounds per game
    1.4 assists per game
    2.7 turnovers per game
    .9 steals a game
    .9 blocks a game
    44% overall field goal percentage
    69% of overall shots from 2 pt range, 31% of shots from 3 pt range
    46% 2 pt percentage
    8.0 2 pt attempts per game
    3.7 2 pt makes per game
    38% 3 pt percentage
    3.5 3 pt attempts per game
    1.3 3 pt makes per game
    67% free throw percentage
    5.1 free throw attempts per game
    3.4 free throw makes per game



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    That may be a bit of a stretch, similar players... kinda... Clones of each other... not really.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    I hope Clyburn has better hands and is a better ball handler than Gilstrap, excited to see him in action.


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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    I think Clyburn will be better, but I can see the resemblance.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    My wife didn't get strech marks from her pregnancies. You however may get some with this statement



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    I think Gilstrap was a good garbage man, like a shorter Dendy. Not a guy who you'd want to take the last shot (UNI game-Dendy) but a guy who would be a match up problem. From what I've seen, Clyburn looks a little more polished.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    I think Gilstrap was a good garbage man, like a shorter Dendy. Not a guy who you'd want to take the last shot (UNI game-Dendy) but a guy who would be a match up problem. From what I've seen, Clyburn looks a little more polished.
    I agree with this post. Clyburn is more skillful pretty much in every aspect of the game than Gilstrap was. He's a better shooter and ball handler for sure.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Wow, Clyburn and Gilstrap aren't even close to being similar. There is more to it than just looking at the stats. Their games are completely different.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Numbers are similar. That is where the comparison ends.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Yeah they are similar in the fact that they will have both played 1 year at ISU.

    If you have actually watched both of them play I don't understand how you can think they have similar styles. I would compare Clyburn to Wes Johnson before Gilstrap.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    One guy had those #'s in the MWC and one had them in the Big 12.

    Gilstrap was better than ISU fans gave him credit for but he didn't have a good handle at all. Clyburn does. He's more skilled and should be a better scorer.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams View Post
    I agree with this post. Clyburn is more skillful pretty much in every aspect of the game than Gilstrap was. He's a better shooter and ball handler for sure.
    Will is definitely a better ballhandler and probably a better shooter, but Quez was strong as hell. I thought he averaged a double-double in Big 12 play - which is awesome.


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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Clyburn better be better than Gilstrap. Strap could do some things. But he couldn't guard anyone, took a lot of terrible shots and turned it over way too much.



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    Re: Gilstrap/Clyburn Comparison

    Gilstrap was the man! Guy gave it 110% percent every night. Only real highlight to that season IMO. Diving for loseballs, grabbing way more boards than a guy his size should get, and just being a little bit mean. Wish we could get him back for another season right now. He would bring a heck of a spark.


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