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    Thursday, March 3, 2011

    The Biggest Hands In The NBA For A Pointguard is George Hill Spurs 2011

    George Hill, a product of an NCAA division 1 school, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis or popularly known as IUPUI has replaced the injured Tony Parker in the Spurs' starting line-up. He has proven that he can play like Tony Parker. He showed that last year when he furiously attacked the basket using his tight handle and he can also shoot three-pointers consistently. At 6'1 he can do a lot of things and I know why. He has huge hands. Look at the picture above. He has bat like hands and he has a 6'9 wing-span. That is scary but dominating in my imagination. He averages 15 points and 6 assists per game this year. The Spurs reached 50 wins for the 12th straight year partly because of him.

    Look at how his hands cover the ball.

    Here's the video highlights of George Hill.

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