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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

EvenMoney’s NBA Draft 2011 – Top 10 Power Forwards, #6

#6 – Justin Harper

Justin Harper is a legit 3point shooter with a back to the basket game. The key question hinges on whether he will do best as a versatile PF or be used as a rugged Small Forward.

His offensive game, complete with 45% from three-point land makes him a very safe pick. Justin can impact the game in many ways but does need to improve his playmaking and commit a bit more to the defensive side.

Still not convinced? Ponder the stats below and press play!

Justin Harper


 Out of 138 players:
·        Justin Harper is a first-round pick in 3 of the 4 metrics, and his defense is not so far off that it pushes him too far down.
·        This is a player a team executive can gamble on and pick anywhere from12 to 19 and not get fired years later for that choice.
·        Considered as a whole (BPM), as well as for each specialty (PCM for Production; DIR for Defense; and TPA (Talent/Skill-set).

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