2011 Las Vegas AAUs: Day 2
By Ian Powers
Jabari Parker, 6'7" 220, Simeon, Chicago, ILL, SF, 2013 - Parker showed his all around game yesterday against the Long Island Lightning. He was active on both glasses and displayed his great ball handling skills. He drove the ball the length of the floor a few times and showed some solid passing ability. He doesn't have a strong group of teammates, but it doesn't stop him from putting forth an excellent game every time out. He didn't score much but his presence was felt and the talent level was apparent. He has a real chance to be a cornerstone of whatever franchise is fortunate enough to select him.
Keith Frazier, 6'5" 185, Irving, Irving, TX, SG, 2013 - Frazier is a highly touted wing prospect with an NBA future. He is long, has very good bounce, and a nice handle that allows him to put the ball down and get to the basket. He locks down on defense and seems to take pride in taking his man out of the game. He didn't have his jumpshot working but he impacted the game on the defensive end and was able to attack the basket and score. He needs to add strength and be more shot selective, but he has a significant upside and will be a very productive college and potentially NBA player.
JMychal Reese, 6'2" 170, Bryan, Bryan, TX, PG, 2012 - Reese had coaches from Kansas and Texa A&M watching on Saturday and he did not disappoint. He knocked down a couple of long balls to get things started and he got to the basket and scored as well. He is fast and quick and that is a skill that is coveted in today's NBA. He needs the ball in his hands to be at his best and his college choice will be a major factor in his development as a potential NBA player. His talent is obvious and he only needs to become more vocal on the court before he can take the next step as an elite Point Guard at the college level and beyond.
Rasheed Sulaimon, 6'4" 183, Strake Jesuit, Houston, TX, SG, 2012 - He didn't have his stroke working like it was last week in North Augusta, but he was able help his team in other areas. He made plays in the lane for his teammates and had some nice finishes in traffic. Overall it was a steady performance.
Brian Bridgewater, 6'6" 240, Episcopal, Baton Rouge, LA, PF, 2013 - Bridgewater continued his strong play today in Las Vegas. He is a man child who doesn't mind making contact and putting his big body on you. He is an explosive athlete who is showing signs of being able to face up and shoot the 15 to 17 foot jumper. A nice college prospect, he's an undersized 4 but he plays with tenacity and won't back down from a challenge.
Jabari Parker is defenitely special... He has the makings of a winner and looks to be Paul Pierce at worst. Yes again... PAUL PIERCE AT WORST... SCARY!!!
Keith Frazier is so cool.. he looks the winner
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