The Bhullar Brothers
The two brothers are 7'3 & 7'4.. & they're in freaking 9th & 10th grade! Dang..
Is anyone trying to recruit them? I know it's a bit early.. I've tried to find some videos of them, but there isn't much.
Sim Bhullar is the 10th Grade & he's 7'4 while Tanveer is only 7'3. He's a Freshman.
Both play at Kiski School located in Pittsburg & it says they also play for Team Takeover Canada in the AAU.
I just think they're a couple of kids who we should be looking out for. They could develop, they don't look bad now. I just wonder if we'll see them in International Competition soon, it says they are from Canada.
Anyone know much about them? Heard of them before? Seen them play?
they had a yahoo story on them and im pretty sure the older one is already being recruited by some good d1 schools. but i just cante see them in the nba, it just doesnt sound right. but i guess if hamed haddadi got a chance they may too. but no doubt they are freaks of nature to be well over 7 feet before they can drive. they could be taller than yao when they are full grown. and size will always get a chance.
I know a little about Sim Bhullar, ESPN says West V. is in the lead, but they never update those things so I dont know.
I wouldn't say there limited on the offensive end, because They dont even have to jump to put the ball in the damn hoop, so its pretty amazing if you ask me.
Take a look at his profile on Flagrantfouls.com they have alot of info.
Duke and West Virginia are in the lead for Sim
You ask and you shall recieve.He gets limited time, but I'm sure youll find him hahaha!
My knees just hurt watching him run. Not a whole lot of game film, and its especially hard to tell with big men as they generally take the longest to develop, but I just can't see this guy in the league. He has a hard enough time getting up and down a high-school court, imagine how slow he'd look on an NBA floor. Looks to pretty limited in grabbing rebounds out of his space and doesn't really move his feet at all on defense. Even though he's gonna be huge, you can't just stand in the lane in the NBA. This video reeks of Sun Ming Ming.
Too watch that ont he Youtube page is better, it shows the list of players involved, their jersey numbers and you can see better with the bigger screen.
If Drummond won't skip his last highschool year, then the 2012 class will have some huge centre prospects
Sim Bhullar 7-4
Isiah Austin - 7-0
Andre Drummond 6-11
The key will be if they can hold off any major injuries. Big guys always seem to be plagued by injuries especially in the feet and knees. I think if they can stay away from injuries thye could be NBA players. They both play AAU ball and will play for a good D1 coach most likely so they'll be playing against good competition and being coached by good college coaches. With their size, if they could develop 10-15 jump shots that would work to their benifit. So, yes I think if they stay away from injuries they could be NBA players, but not the next Yao Mings. I'm thinking best case Big Z, worst case Ha Suenng-Jin, but probably somewhere more towards the worst case.
NDC121D85 - I tend to agree. The younger brother looks far more agile and seems to have a much brighter future to me.
They can barely move. That just doesn't trasnlate. Z and Yao aren't the quickest but they get where they need to go. It takes them 6 or 7 seconds if they aren't tired to get down court, in the NBA that is just too long.
I'm sure that they have people on them training them hard, and will get a good d-1 look, so they have some time. If they dropped about 30 pounds, got into shape, and got range out to the free throw line extended, they would get an NBA look but they don't look any better than Kenny George to me.
Sometimes, they are too tall.
He doesnt seem to have much Passion or Intensity whch is the biggest problem. He will go to College, beat up that level due to his size, get drafted and most likely never play more then 5mpg.
One negative is that they both haver narrow shoulders. They need to gain some upper body stregth and narrow shoulders make it harder to pack on muscle. Sim hit a couple jumpers, I'd say that is their only chance to make the pros and be anything more than a Preist Lauderdale or Ha-Suen Jin. Kenny George would have gotten drafted in the last 5 picks or gotten a summer league invite if his foot didn't get infected. If you play even 15-20 mpg in D-1 ball and your that tall, you'll get a look, but they aren't fast or strong enough to really be low post threats in the league. A jumper to spread the floor a bit is their only chance, IMO, some of your taller less mobile guys who've done ok for themeselves have been able to knock down a jumper, I don't think it's any different for them. Size alone doesn't make you a player at the next level, but add in a little skill and you'll get a shot.
Hmm most of you are right, but don't forget they are young and grew up fast. They'll become agile with time and they ahve a good coach so they might develop into something good.However for now the key word is potential!