Conference Call: Lottery Edition Part 2. 6. Chicago Bulls | NBA Previews 19 Die interessantesten Wings der Draft Kuminga, Williams, Boston. Тема: NBA Mock Draft Game, Записи: , Последнее сообщение: 18 июня Nach dem gestern die Lottery stattgefunden hat, ist nun der perfekte Zeitpunkt ist man recht unflexibel, da man u.a. einem Batum noch bis jährlich ca. Die NBA-Saison endete erst im Oktober mit dem Titelgewinn der Los Angeles Lakers. Folglich verschob sich auch der Draft nach hinten.
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Green did show some positive signs during his senior year, with flashes of strong passing ability and secondary playmaking potential.
He has the balance and lateral quickness to be a strong perimeter defender. His time with the G League program, playing alongside veterans and gifted peers, should hopefully excise some of those issues.
If everything clicks, he may be the type of scorer to which you can hitch a winning offense. A native of Congo, Kuminga has been a somewhat elusive player to scout over the past year, with scheduled appearances at various events often scuttled by injury and unavailability.
Whether or not teams will be able to get a better handle on him through the G League program remains to be seen, but his frame and physical tools are as good as any player in this draft, and last I saw him, his ball skills were trending upward.
His long-term success is largely tied to the progress of his jump shot, but as a strong, explosive combo forward who can handle and playmake, Kuminga offers quite a bit to work with.
On the other hand, his tendency to play bully-ball rather than beat defenders with skill does raise some concern about translation, and stresses a need to improve his handle and for scouts to carefully assess his level of feel.
He might be best suited at power forward in the NBA, where he could theoretically space the floor, create athletic mismatches and switch defensively.
No player has used the first few weeks of college games to his advantage more than Suggs, who was generally viewed as more of a back-half lottery talent and is certainly trending up.
He plays with impressive burst off the dribble, finishes capably at the rim, and has passed the ball even better than advertised, looking like someone who can handle point guard duties and turning his combo-guard label into a positive.
His fearlessness and competitive engine are an added bonus, and point to a reliable floor. That stuff should all translate up a level, but the shot needs to start falling, and the early results have been iffy, with Kentucky struggling as a team as well.
Kentucky will need him at his best to turn things around. Prospects with his combination of body type and skill set are few and far between, and rarely last long on draft night.
Johnson is an exceptional passer and is at his best playing in transition, where his vision, strength and ability to change speeds make him difficult to stop.
NBA teams have expressed maturity concerns in the past, but a strong year at Duke would go a long way. While his shooting is likely to be an impediment to some extent, his ability to handle the ball and make plays for teammates should allow for creative offensive deployment that masks some of his weaknesses.
Barnes is one of the more unique prospects in the draft, and should be fully-showcased at Florida State in a more obvious way than lottery-level predecessors Patrick Williams and Devin Vassell.
Williams has made nice strides with his shooting mechanics in the past year, and looks every bit of a reliable, dangerous pull-up threat with the height to get his release off mostly unfettered at all times, but he runs hot and cold.
These issues predate his time in college, and will ultimately be a crucial piece of the eval for teams. Has star potential.
He has a chance to be a great defender and shows flashes of open court ball-handling and play-making ability.
Pascal Siakam 2. Buddy Heild, Swaggy P. A bucket-getter who also gives great effort on D. Kelly Oubre Jr. A scoring point guard with nice size, a downhill style and above the rim ability.
A bit undersized but multi-talented. Olympiacos EL. Kai Sotto. Josh Christopher. Coleman Henry. Devin Askew.
Jaden Springer. LA Clippers. Marjon Beauchamp. HS - Arizona. LA Lakers. Carlos Alocen. Cameron Thomas.
Xavier Foster. Iowa State. Reece Beekman. Isaiah Jackson. Kenny Baptiste. Isaiah Todd. HS - North Carolina. Vit Krejci. Leandro Bolmaro. Mobley would change this in a big way.
A consensus top-five recruit out of Southern California, the 7-foot Mobley is averaging He has an elite-level offensive game, which could translate to the NBA ranks rather early in his career.
Another player who considered the G League pathway, Suggs is out here showing off big time for Gonzaga as a freshman.
The 6-foot-3 combo guard is averaging Fresh off acquiring Russell Westbrook in the blockbuster John Wall trade, Washington would absolutely love to find a future backcourt running partner for Bradley Beal.
Suggs could be just that guy. Charlotte has a group of stellar forwards in that of Miles Bridges, P. Williams is more than just a tall, explosive shooter, though, as he's also capable of contributing as a rebounder, passer and defender.
He is quick to protect the rim, crash the offensive glass or get into the passing lanes, also demonstrating unselfishness moving the ball and making teammates better.
Still thin and narrow in the hips and lower body, Williams is going to need time to fill out his frame. He's not the most efficient player at the moment, as he plays an iso-heavy style that involves quite a few low-percentage attempts, and he doesn't always have the strength to finish inside.
Finding a position to defend early on in the NBA might be tough as he's easy to push around, but the fact that he's both smart and competitive will help.
Barnes was outstanding in a double-digit victory over IMG Academy -- considered the second-best team in the country entering the season -- throwing up a versatile stat line of 16 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals and 1 block in 31 minutes of action.
He set the tone for the team on the defensive end, getting in passing lanes, showing great timing rotating for blocks, igniting fast breaks and making the extra pass to create easy looks.
Barnes' fit in the modern game isn't seamless, as he's just an average athlete and his limitations offensively make him somewhat of a situational player who needs to find the right fit.
Still, his impact on winning is unmatched and he's young enough that there might be some hope of him developing a jumper like Draymond Green did later in his career, though the fact that he hasn't made any progress in that area since he came onto the radar years ago is somewhat discouraging.
He has prototypical physical tools for a wing at 6-foot-6 with a shredded frame, long arms and explosive athleticism, and he showed versatility as a passer, shooter, defender and rebounder.
Timberlake looked every bit the part of a McDonald's All American in his two games at the Hoophall and he is certainly someone NBA scouts will want to learn more about when he arrives at the University of Miami this summer.
Thomas' style of play isn't for everyone, as he's an indifferent defender who can be a ball-stopper with bad body language when things don't go his way, but you can't argue with his scoring instincts and talent.
His one-on-one scoring prowess is elite, as his ability to create offense with change of speeds, polished footwork, smooth body control and tight ballhandling skills is going to allow him to put points on the board from the moment he arrives on campus at LSU.
He is a natural shot-maker, using step-backs, floaters and wrong-foot finishes to wreak havoc on defenses, while also embracing contact in the lane and getting to the free throw line at a prolific rate.
While he's not considered a consensus five-star prospect and he's on the borderline to make this year's McDonald's All American game, he's a safe bet to draw considerable interest from pro scouts early in his college career thanks to his offense.
Although he shows flashes of court vision and playmaking, he makes questionable decisions at times, something he'll have to improve. Phoenix Suns: Tyrese Haliburton Although Devin Booker has been on trade talks as of late, it would take a massive deal for him to be shipped and I do not see him in anything but a Suns uniform next year.
San Antonio Spurs: Patrick Williams Although Willaims was not projected to go this high earlier in the year, he has now bumped himself into a practical lock at the lottery.
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