The dude from Washington has got game, I know he is short but does he have a shot at making the NBA? I don't know what kind of athlete he is, so i'm just curious.
I thought you were talking about Broxton at first. I don't know much about Thomas, but he seems undersized and underweight. I'm curious what anyone else has to say about him. It doesn't help coming out from hs as a 5'8 sg trying to play point guard either.
No Thomas, the freshman pg. I should have said that I didn't mean this year, I meant anytime, whether that is 1-3 years or whatever.
I had no idea he was a sg at first.
Then again I was a big advocate of Tajaun Porter out of Oregon. If only he was a legit 6 feet. I think he's be a Johnny Flynn with a three point shot.
Tha dude is the real deal as far as college goes. He was the best freshman in the PAC and he had serious game changing ability. But as highly as I think of him, it is very difficult to see him being a lottery pick whenever he decides to come out becasue of his height. Also, he is a scorer and might want to transition to being a pg. I heard Washington's number 1 recruit this year is a pg though, so maybe Thomas will just have to be a dominant scorer throughout college and make the adjustment when he get's drafted. For those who don't know about him, pay attention because the dude is a shorter version of Iverson and could compete for All-American honors this year.
ya man I think Thomas is legit and after his senior yr he will get drafted, height issues or not he can play.
if he is athletic he can be a Nate Robinson clone
He has all the talent in the world. He is exactly like Nate Robinson. Robinson plays off the ball more than point now and Thomas is close to being the athlete Robinson is. He has a future in the NBA, he will be a liability as a defender but he will produce nice numbers as a (likely ) bench player
Im from tacoma washington where this guy came from and in highschool he would put up 40-60 point games everynight like it was nothing...i always have the inside scoop when it comes to washingtion state highschool basketball because one, im a highschool basketball player, and two cus us bball players have the inside stuff on evrything like this, and the scoop is that my boy IT is going into the NBA next year. This is a rumor for now but its up in the air. He is suppose to be a junior so this makes sense but still, he should wait until his junior year. Washington will be on superstar level when we have our current players and if we land Josh Smith (2010) and Tony Wroten (2011). Both of whom play on Seattle's Rotary AAU team..look out for washington next year guys.