Harrison twins are historically good 

October, 4, 2012
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One might be inclined to think, given the nature of recruiting, that point guards and shooting guards pair up often for college. It would only make sense that a great point guard would attract a top-tier big man and backcourt mate.

History, however, tells us these pairings are akin to perfect games in baseball. You’ll see a few a lifetime, but they aren’t the norm.

[+] EnlargeBrook and Robin Lopez
Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE/Getty ImagesTwins Brook (left) and Robin Lopez went 10th and 15th, respectively, in the 2008 NBA draft.
The last time the country’s top-rated point guard joined the highest-rated shooting guard in the same class was 2006, when North Carolina landed Tywon Lawson and Wayne Ellington and won a national championship three years later. The pair then ascended to the NBA.

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