Infographic: The Shooting Guards

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This infographic look at the Nets' shooting guards is the second in a weekly series that will cover all five positions as we head into the 2013-14 season.

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Aug. 2: PG | Aug. 9: SG | Aug. 16: SF | Aug. 23: PF | Aug. 30: C

Shooting Guards Infographic

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The Starter
Joe Johnson
Height: 6-7 | Weight: 240
Experience: 12 Years

2012-13 Stats:
16.3 PPG | 3.5 APG| .473 FG% | .375 3P%

The 32-year-old Johnson took time to find his shooting stroke in new surroundings, following seven seasons (and five playoff appearances) in laid-back Atlanta, but quickly established himself as the Nets' closer. Johnson provided one of the first iconic moments at Barclays Center by swishing a double-overtime buzzer-beater against the Pistons on December 14, the first of four game-winners he'd tally on the year.

The Reserves
Jason Terry
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 180
Experience: 14 Years

2012-13 Stats:
10.1 PPG | 26.9 MPG | .434 FG % | .372 3P%

Terry signed with the Celtics before last season to provide punch off the bench and help Boston make another playoff run, hopefully adding another trophy to the one he helped Dallas earn in 2011. Though injuries undermined that effort, Terry's playoff performance showed "The JET" could still be counted on in big moments: His scoring and shooting efficiency rose above his regular-season marks, playing a huge role in the Celtics' consecutive victories in Games Four and Five against the Knicks.

Alan Anderson
Height: 6-6 | Weight: 220
Experience: 4 Years

2012-13 Stats:
10.7 PPG | .383 FG% | 23.0 MPG

After four-plus years playing around the world, Anderson hooked on with the Raptors at the end of the 2011-12 season, earning a guaranteed contract for the following year. After breaking into coach Dwayne Casey's rotation two months into the year, Anderson established himself as a solid, multi-function rotation player whose shooting can space the floor.

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