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Whats the difference

Whats the difference between Wayne Ellington and Dionte Christmas? (other than the nat'l championship)


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I think Lebron is better then KObe

KOBE Has a BETTER team thats it, LEBRON is a better player!!!!!!!!!!!!

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better player

Haha yea...so Ellington or Christmas?

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I hate UNC so

I got to go with Christmas lol

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Ellington- height 6'5.25

Ellington- height 6'5.25 wingspan 6'6.5 vertical 38 agility 11.14
stats- 16pts 5reb 3ast 2TO 48%FG 78%FT 42%3pt

Christmas- height 6'5.5 wingspan 6'9" vertical 33.5 agility 10.83
stats- 20pts 6reb 3ast 3TO 2stl 41%FG 75%FT 35%3pt

Christmas offers a little more length but Ellington is the better shooter. Plus Ellington has played against tougher competition. Ellington is better & no this isn't a biased opinion.

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Ellington is a better all

Ellington is a better all around player. He is more talented than Christmas, many dont know this but Ellington averaged about 5 assists a game in his sophomore season and had a 1.6 assist to turnover ratio this season which is good for a 2-guard. He is better across the board as a basketball player than Christmas

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To be 100%

To be 100% honest...Ellington went to a powerhouse D1 school and Christmas did not

thats the only difference

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Christmas

I saw him play when his team played my school in the A-10 Conference. He has a funny looking shot. Does not really drive that much. Other than Xavier, the A-10 is a very very weak conference.

Ellington has a picture-perfect stroke. He is sneaky quick. He played against much tougher competiton, therefore, I think that's the difference between the two. Measurements dont really mean a thing. Back in 2003, the "best" athlete accoring to the numbers was Troy Bell out of Boston College. Im pretty sure he's not in the league anymore, so combine numbers dont really mean that much. LeBron was 14th by the way. But back to Ellington, I think he is much more NBA-ready.

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