At 6'10" & with that automatic mid range game of his I def see him as a solid starter/role player in the NBA.
He is averaging 12 points 6 boards while shooting 53% from the field. He has been playing extremely well as of late (until his injury). Scoring 23, 17, 17 & was off to another hot start against Zona before getting hurt.
Every time he shoots that mid range jumper you think it's going in. He kinda reminds me of Tyler Hansbrough, but Wears jumper is much better.
I'm just shocked that he is not in any of these mocks I see. If he adds a little more muscle to help him bang inside at the next level I would def take him late in the first. Hell I like him more as a player than Tyler Zeller & look where he went.
Yeah me and my bro were talking about the Wear twins earlier. They def have a spot in the league. Travis is better, but they are Patrick Paterson or Jason Thompson type players. They can bang and board and they have jump shots.Its all about being consistent with them defensively. In a weak draft i see them going later first early 2nd. Travis is the better of the two tho
You see Travis Ware starting in the NBA? You aren't talking about the D league are you? The kid is a nice college player but to say you see him and his brother as late first round picks is mind boggling. If you are 6"10 and average 6 boards in college what makes you think he can defend or rebound in the NBA. If he were matched up with Blake Griffin I don't know if he would even get a rebound the entire game. He can make shots but there are plenty of guys who can do that. To get drafted in the 1st round as a big guy you better be able to defend and rebound.
The 2nd guy saying David could be a first round pick as well is even more absurd.
Uh no, these guys are charmin soft. If they can't bang in college, what makes you think they will be able to at the next level? The NBA stands for No Boys Allowed
David shot 2-12 in the loss tonight at ASU. He also gave up a career high 22 points to Jordan Bachynski whom I have never heard of. David is now averaging 7.5 pts 4.6 rebs and shooting 26% from 3....I am surprised nobody is talking about him as a lottery pick..
Travis is the better twin but still nowhere close to an NBA talent.