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The Prospect Pyramid: Ridiculous Upside's NBA D-League Shooting Guard Rankings (2/11 Update)

RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid." Take a look below for the latest update on where each of the up and coming two-guards of the league sit.

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RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid." This week, the shooting guard position looks as talented as ever.

Bolstered by the returns of two players fresh off NBA stints (Manny Harris and James Nunnally), the Pyramid sees a domino effect throughout the ranks.

Here's how the shooting guards stack up after week five.


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1) Manny Harris, Los Angeles D-Fenders

2013-14 Stats: 30.6 points (49% from the field, 26% from deep), 3.7 assists, 6.5 rebounds, and 2.1 steals

2) Kevin Murphy, Idaho Stampede

2013-14 Stats: 23.6 points (49% from the field, 39% from deep), 1.6 assists, 5.9 rebounds, and 0.9 steals

3) James Nunnally, Bakersfield Jam

2013-14 Stats: 17.4 points (44% from the field, 43% from deep), 4.2 assists, 4.5 rebounds, and 0.9 steals

4) Troy Daniels, Rio Grande Valley Vipers:

2013-14 Stats: 23.2 points (42% from the field, 41% from deep), 1.8 assists, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.1 steals

5) Cameron Jones, Santa Cruz Warriors

2013-14 Stats: 19.0 points (44% from the field, 38% from deep), 3.4 assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.4 steals

6) Darius Johnson-Odom, Springfield Armor

2013-14 Stats: 23.2 points (47% from the field, 36% from deep), 4.9 assists, 4.7 rebounds, and 1.6 steals

7) Trey McKinney-Jones, Fort Wayne Mad Ants

2013-14 Stats: 16.4 points (45% from the field, 36% from deep), 2.6 assists, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.3 steals