*Shoots Great off the Dribble and on Open looks

*Can drive inside and get to the hoop to draw in the D

*a Good Passer

*Great in Pick and Roll situations

*Locker Room Leader

*19 years old!!!!!




Via NBADraft.net
Strengths: Big point guard with excellent size and speed and scoring ability … Extremely fast player who excels pushing the ball up the court …. Has a tremendous first step to get by opponents off the dribble … Strong one on one player … Excellent at driving to the basket, good body control, and a quality finisher on the move … Very creative passer … Quick decision maker … A fierce competitor, really steps his level of play up in big situations … High motor guy. Plays with a high level of intensity and passion … Strong work ethic, constantly looking to improve both his body and game … His body has seen an impressive transformation from his sophomore to senior year of high school … Has an excellent jumpshot with range out to 3 point … Good shooter off the dribble … An excellent defender who uses his length and quickness to stay in front of his man … Drew 2 changes per game as a senior in high school … Very smart, engaging young man with a bright future …
Weaknesses: A solid athlete but not a huge leaper … At times tries to force the issue offensively instead of taking what the defense gives him … Will need to improve on his floater in the lane. Many of his scoring opportunities in high school came from getting by his man and all the way to the rim where he rarely got challenged. He’ll have more to deal with on the college and NBA levels … A little streaky. When he’s going well he’s deadly. But can go through slumps as he showed during the high school showcase all star games …
Its funny because on our team his Weakness's are balanced out by the rest of the team.

I would trade Ronny Turiaf to Charlotte, Utah, or Golden State for there 1st and maybe a 2nd. Then i would Draft Brandon Knight and then would our pick draft Kenneth Faried or a C.





Also to all the Kemba/Fredette people both of them arent making it out of the top 9 picks. Utah has two first rounders and they love to draft white people, and Kemba is to good to fall past the 8th pick.