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McDonald an All-American?

Monday, July 07, 2008

Perhaps McDonald's greatest strength is also his main weakness. He is a solid player without a glaring fault, but he doesn't really excel at any area of the game. He has a good physical build for a shooting guard and good athleticism. He rebounds and defends his position well, but he can't guard multiple positions or necessarily be a beast on the boards. He shoots the ball best off the catch inside 17-feet. (Rivals.com)

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