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The Prospect Pyramid: Ridiculous Upside's NBA D-League Shooting Guard Rankings (3/5 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."

Even in light of some of the more recent NBA call-ups, the shooting guard position arguably remains the most talented position in all of the D-League. Most of these said young guns said remain steady this week, but as Jerel McNeal continues to develop a rhythm, he may not be towards the bottom of our Pyramid much longer.

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


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1) Kevin Murphy, Idaho Stampede

2013-14 Stats: 26.2 points (51% from the field, 36% from deep), 1.8 assists, 5.9 rebounds, and 1.0 steals

2) Manny Harris, Los Angeles D-Fenders

2013-14 Stats: 31.5 points (47% from the field, 30% from deep), 3.7 assists, 7.7 rebounds, and 2.1 steals

3) Cameron Jones, Santa Cruz Warriors

2013-14 Stats: 18.4 points (45% from the field, 35% from deep), 3.4 assists, 4.0 rebounds, and 1.4 steals

4) Darius Johnson-Odom, Springfield Armor

2013-14 Stats: 22.6 points (46% from the field, 37% from deep), 6.0 assists, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.4 steals

5) Scott Suggs, Erie BayHawks

2013-14 Stats: 17.5 points (49% from the field, 42% from deep), 1.9 assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.0 steals

6) Trey McKinney-Jones, Fort Wayne Mad Ants

2013-14 Stats: 15.5 points (45% from the field, 35% from deep), 2.3 assists, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.2 steals

7) Jerel McNeal, Bakersfield Jam

2013-14 Stats: 14.0 points (40% from the field, 13% from deep), 4.7 assists, 5.0 rebounds, and 2.0 steals