GF represents Guard/Forward. Meaning that the player has the physical and athletic ability to play at least one of the guard positions or one of the forward positions while on the court. You usually find this to be the case when a player is traditionally larger than a guard but possesses the shooting touch and ball handling skills required of a guard. A coach can sometimes use this player to create match up problems with the other team.
Example: Francisco Garcia on the Sacramento Kings is 6'6 and can play either guard or forward. Paul Pierce. 6'6, can play either guard or forward.
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To be a recognized basketball player, you should be good in your position cos there's no player in history who is good in every position. You should also be a good leader to your team mates and a good athlete example to the fans. You should have the guts, skills and talent to bring your team to championships and most of all, you should love the game of basketball because if you don't, you won't be good in any aspect of the game.