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    Doyel Gives props to Stinson

    Gregg Doyel who criticized ISU all year actually gave CS good feedback. Good luck to Curtis in the draft.


    "Curtis Stinson Iowa State G Jr. 6-3 205
    There's room in the NBA for such a versatile, strong guard. "


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    I hope he's right. I appreciate everything Stinson has given to ISU, and I hope he finds success in the NBA. My concern with Stinson is his shooting. He's really going to have to work on his outside shot to have a long NBA career, especially if he going to play the 2. Has anyone heard if Stinson is being looked at to be a SG in the NBA, or are teams hoping to use his quickness and ball-handling as a PG?


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    A team with a good shooting forward could use him at a 2 for his ability to penetrate and create plays by himself. Other than that, he'd have to play the point. His shooting just isn't strong enough.



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    Did you see the Reggie George comment? I can't decide if that is a shot at RG or ISU. I think its both.


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    In fact, the CS comment was about his most positive comment in the whole list.


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    I think he'll realize that in the NBA, there will be talent all around him... and his passes are flashy enough for the NBA... If Blue Collar works for it and doesn't try to keep the ball in his own hands... he could be a solid assist man.



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    I really dont like doyel... but it brought him up a little on my list . I agree, if he wants to play in the NBA, Curt can play in the NBA. Hes a tough kid who will dish when given the chance and penetrate when given a chance. His size and strength gives him an advantage over other NBA PG without sacrificing quicks or handles. Hes a good penetrater and a good passer so he could play a little SG, but i see him playing PG in the NBA because i dont think he will get as good Minutes at SG. he will see quality minutes in the NBA and i truly believe that (regardles of what the scouts say) if he gets drafted anywhere past 20, its a great steal for that team. His heart , toughness and competitiveness will be his best assets in the NBA. Good luck to Curtis and Will in the draft...I also wish a little luck to RG, not much...a little.


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    I'm not gonna be surprised at all if either lands in the NBDL.....



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    Nice analysis clone33



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    Re: Doyel Gives props to Stinson

    I suggest Curtis will have a career more like Anthony Johnson of the Pacers in the NBA. He actually can shoot okay from the outside. He does best when he does not have to take all the shots. And that will be his role in the NBA. And I believe he had enough footspeed. Just hope he does not get injured too much.


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