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Duke seniors Ryan Kelly and Seth Curry are not going to be high selections in this year’s NBA draft, but they could be specialists in the NBA. They are both great shooters that can knock down an open jumper. They also both play hard night in and night out. Neither one of them is going to lead a team to the playoffs, but they are the kind of players that can help a playoff team contend for a championship.
Ryan Kelly is a big who can stretch the defense, something every team is looking for. He is a pick and pop guy who can also go inside. This could be a good fit for a playoff team such as the Pacers–he could take over after David West leaves or retires. Kelly’s game is similar to West’s, except he isn’t as athletic as West. His shooting and his toughness to give up his body for the team could make him a good guy to bring off the bench. He could be going to a number of playoff teams and making an impact off the bench, but the best fit for him would be the New York Knicks. The...
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