In sports, a swingman is an athlete capable of playing multiple positions in his or her respective game.
In basketball, the term "wingman" (a.k.a. "guard-forward") denotes a player who can play both the shooting guard (2) and small forward (3) positions, and in essence swing between the positions. Most wingmen range from 6' 5" (1.96 m) to 6' 9" (2.06 m) in height. The term was first applied to John Havlicek. Examples of current wingmen include Predrag Danilović, Predrag Stojaković, Ramūnas Šiškauskas, Jimmy Butler, Andrew Wiggins, Vince Carter, Andre Iguodala, Paul George, Danny Green, Kyle Korver, Justise Winslow, Mike Miller, Nicolas Batum, Terrence Ross, Joe Johnson, Nick Young, Tyreke Evans, Lance Stephenson, Evan Turner, Giannis Antetokoumpo, J.R. Smith, C.J. Miles, Arron Afflalo, Corey Brewer. Examples of retired NBA wingmen include, Kobe Bryant, Clyde Drexler, George Gervin and Tracy McGrady.
The term is also used in Australian rules football, typically to describe a player who can play both in attack and in defence, usually as a key position player. Examples include Harry Taylor, Ryan Schoenmakers, Ben Reid and Jarryd Roughead.
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