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Fisher #9 PG; Reynolds #7 SG According to Sporting News

Corey FisherUpdated 9/22, 12 Noon. A basketball sports writer once wrote that when there is nothing to write about, make up a top-10 list. So in September, another day brings another list. Mike DeCourcy of Sporting News has published his lists of the ten best point guards and ten best shooting guards in the 2009-10 season. Corey Fisher makes the list as the #9 point guard, with the following commentary "Fisher should increase his 24.3-minute average." Profound, huh? At least he agrees with the collective wisdom of the VUHoops crowd, which predicted that Fisher-Price’s MPG would jump to 28.5 next season. Scottie Reynolds makes DeCourcy's list as 7th best shooting guard, with the commentary "[Reynolds] is on pace to challenge the 2,200-point mark, another subject discussed at length on this site (our conclusion was he will not break the record).

Here are the two lists in their entirety:

POINT GUARD

1. Sherron Collins, Kansas
2. John Wall, Kentucky
3. Kalin Lucas, Michigan State
4. Devan Downey, South Carolina
5. Kemba Walker, Connecticut
6. Nic Wise, Arizona
7. Abdul Gaddy, Washington
8. Jon Scheyer, Duke
9. Corey Fisher, Villanova
10. Shelvin Mack, Butler

SHOOTING GUARD

1. Willie Warren, Oklahoma

2. Greivis Vasquez, Maryland

3. Jerome Dyson, Connecticut

4. Malcolm Lee, UCLA

5. Terrico White, Mississippi

6. Avery Bradley, Texas

7. Scottie Reynolds, Villanova

8. Isaiah Thomas, Washington

9. Tyshawn Taylor, Kansas

10. Talor Battle, Penn State