View Poll Results: Who will make one of the three all-ACC teams in 2010-11?

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  • Kyle Singler

    94 98.95%
  • Nolan Smith

    94 98.95%
  • Kyrie Irving

    87 91.58%
  • Seth Curry

    42 44.21%
  • Miles Plumlee

    18 18.95%
  • Mason Plumlee

    51 53.68%
  • Andre Dawkins

    1 1.05%
  • Ryan Kelly

    4 4.21%
  • Josh Hairston

    1 1.05%
  • Tyler Thornton

    1 1.05%
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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by ACCBBallFan View Post
    I agree UVA and some of the other bottom feeders would not get two All ACC players, but see no reason they cannot get one.
    Except that Scott isn't good enough to warrant All-ACC consideration on a bad team. His numbers might be sufficient if he were playing for a winning team, or even an average team, but to make it from a terrible team you need more. Guys like Allen and Singleton will have an edge with voters due to playing for teams near the top of the standings, instead of at the bottom.

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Duvall View Post
    Except that Scott isn't good enough to warrant All-ACC consideration on a bad team. His numbers might be sufficient if he were playing for a winning team, or even an average team, but to make it from a terrible team you need more. Guys like Allen and Singleton will have an edge with voters due to playing for teams near the top of the standings, instead of at the bottom.
    Right, the votes usually go to the top contributors on good teams and then either really prolific players on bad teams or major contributors on good teams. So Scott will have to step his production up a lot to make All-ACC on a bad UVa team. It's not clear whether the departure of Landesburg will result in a big boost in numbers for Scott (due to more touches) or minimal change (due to teams focusing more on him).

    That said, I also wouldn't consider FSU to necessarily be near the top of the ACC this year. They lose two key contributors in their frontcourt in Alabi and Reid. And Singleton isn't a guy with eye-popping stats. Maybe he makes the leap this year, but he's a borderline guy depending upon his improvement and the team's ability to reload.

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