Who Will Win the Starting Shooting Guard Spot?

After the Rasual Butler trade, a hole needed to be filled, a hole in the name of 31.9 minutes per game. The Hornets have options and have made it a contest for the starting shooting guard spot in the rotation. Nothing makes players bring their “A” game more than good old competition, especially when the winner gets a prominent role on the team and the loser gets a supporting role. So who are these guys? Which ones really have a chance to start and who has the best chance of taking the spot next to Chris Paul?

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