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Poll: Clyde Drexler vs Vince Carter

  • Date:
    Mar 11, 2015

This week’s poll could be the ultimate question of flash versus fundamentals. If you’re looking for a player that can bring everyone to their feet with a single slam, there may be no player more fitting than Vince Carter – he of perhaps the greatest dunk in Olympic history. Maybe your 3x3 squad needs a guard with an all-around game who just so happens to be part of the “50 Greatest Players in NBA History” and a member of the 1992 Dream Team. If that’s the case, Clyde Drexler and his 20.4 points, 6.1 rebounds and 5.6 assists over his 12-year NBA career will fit in just fine. Clearly you can’t go wrong with either gold medal winning great, but make sure to vote in the poll and tell us why you decided to take one legend over the other!

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Which dominant shooting guard gets a spot on your 3x3 roster?

Which dominant shooting guard gets a spot on your 3x3 roster?

Clyde Drexler
41%
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