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    He should actually be PG. He defends the point guard and has been bringing the ball up.

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    Nick Eippert commented  · 

    Green could easily have PG eligibility. If you watch Golden State, he runs the offense and often brings the ball up the court.

    Also if we are accounting for defensive positions, Green can and has guarded all 5 positions on the court.

    For these reasons, I respectfully disagree with this request.

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    Nick Eippert commented  · 

    Isaiah Canaan should be assigned Position Eligibility at PG/SG. Presently he is listed as PG only. Last season in Philadelphia he played primarily at the SG position. Currently he is listed in the Rotoworld depth chart as a backup SG for the Chicago Bulls.

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    Nick Eippert commented  · 

    For some reason it cut off above: but I was concluding that for those reasons, Lillard should be considered for SG eligibility.

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    Green could easily have PG eligibility. If you watch Golden State, he runs the offense and often brings the ball up the court.

    Also if we are accounting for defensive positions, Green can and has guarded all 5 positions on the court.

    For these reasons, I respectfully disagree with this request.

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    Nick Eippert commented  · 

    Damian Lillard, starting PG for the Portland Trailblazers should have position eligibility at PG/SG.

    CJ McCollum who is Portland's starting Shooting Guard will split time at PG this year for Portland and Rotoworld has reported that Lillard is working on off the ball scoring this year.

    Other NBA websites report that McCollum is going to split time bringing the ball up the court and maybe even Evan Turner could take over some responsibilities running the point. It is worth noting that McCollum has been granted eligibility as PG/SG.

    For these reasons

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