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describe how parker and ginobli's games compliment each other b/c none of them are pass first...
Well, if you watch the Spurs, you see that both Parker can play off the ball or run the offense, depending on their roll.

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jj and barbosa play different positions...
They're both 6'2 backup combo guards who are really too small to guard SGs.

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if guards who are shoot first pass second are suited for the bench...plz explain russell westbrook, chauncey billups, tyreke evans
They are better players than Jack and Barbosa. Westbrook and Billups also actually have the ability to run an offense well and make their teammates better. The jury's still out in that regard for Evans.

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have you ever heard of a guard that can actually PASS OR SHOOT...depending on what the D gives him ??
So you are debating the existence of a pass-first point guard and shoot-first PG? Some guards will look to score first, and if it's not there, pass. Other guards will look to set people up first and foremost, but score if needed.

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hmm if u had 2 centres who could rebound and block (Orlando Magic), umm is that so redundant and ohhh nooo we hav to trade one of them and get a center who cant rebound or block just to avoid being redundant...
You need to read more carefully. I said 2 backup centers. Last time I checked, Dwight Howard was a starter. Besides, the center position is a bit different from the PG position. You want at least one person on the team who is going to make others better, and that usually falls to the PG. If you've ever played basketball, you know that having the guy who brings up the ball also being the guy who takes the most shots can often be detrimental to the on court chemistry of the team.