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Biography Iman Shumpert Point Guard Georgia Tech Pros Physical Ability: His length and size as a physical point guard help Shumpert win one on one battles. Durability: Rarely gets injured. Size: Shumpert has the size of a 2 at shooting guard and is a true 1 at point guard. Basketball IQ: Iman Shumpert has a very high basketball IQ. Defensive Awareness: Shumpert has amazing defensive awareness. Intangibles: Shumpert has a shooting accuracy that needs improvement.  Shumpert’s shooting accuracy is the only concern in terms of intangibles.  From a defensive standpoint Iman Shumpert has a quality skill set of defensive attributes and intangibles. Versatility: Iman Shumpert has the versatility to play the 1 at point guard or the 2 at shooting guard. Athleticism: Iman Shumpert has top notch athleticism. Jumping: Iman Shumpert has top notch jumping ability.  Shumpert has that quality pull up jumper. Dangerous When Left Wide Open: Iman Shumpert is very dangerous when left wide open.  Plus Sh...
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