Gilchrist Scoring Masking Problems
January 19, 2004 COLLEGE PARK In most cases, there is something fundamentally wrong when a team’s point guard routinely leads his team in scoring. It usually means that either the point guard is shooting too much or the players in more traditional scoring positions are not producing. There are rare exceptions, as when a player (see former Duke great Jason Williams) is…
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