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35 - Allonzo Trier

Arizona 

  • Birthday: 1/17/96
  • NBA Position: Shooting Guard
  • Class: Junior
  • Ht: 6-5
  • Wt: 200
  • Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK
  • High School: Findlay Prep
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Overall

85

2018

NBA Comparison: Rashad McCants

Strengths: Natural scorer (18.1 points per game) and capable of scoring in a variety of ways ... Does a really good job of finishing and making tough shots around the rim ... Can finish through contact ... Runs the floor well in transition ... Court vision is improving (2.7 assists per game in sophomore year; 3.2 assists per game in junior year) ... Handles the ball well for a shooting guard ... Has a pretty smooth release on his shot ... Not a guy you want to leave open from 3-point range (38.0% last season) ... Does a good job shooting off the dribble ... Knows how to gain separation from defenders ... Really good foul shooter, making opponents pay when he gets to the line (86.5%). Good form on his shot ... At times, especially earlier in his career showed excellent explosiveness ...

Weaknesses: Needs to do a better job fighting through screens on defense ... Tends to reach in a lot on defense without producing turnovers (.6 steals) ... Loses his man too often ... Lateral quickness on defense needs to improve ... Needs to defend guys tighter and not worry about helping too much ... Gives guys too much space ... Needs to do a better of job of closing out shooters ... Unclear if he can hang with NBA guards, especially point guards ... Defensive IQ needs to improve ... While he handles the ball well for a shooting guard, he doesn’t have point guard level ball handling ... At 6’5”, 200 pounds, with a 6'7" wingpsan, 8'2" standing reach, Trier has just below average length and size for an NBA 2-guard and would really increase his value if he could run the point ... His assist numbers are going up, but they’re still way too low for a point guard ... Also needs to add weight and more physical strength ... Got suspended to start the year for the use of banned substance ... "While capable of finishing through contact, he doesn’t really seek it ... Physicality needs to improve ... Needs to have a better nose for the ball (3.0 rebound per game) ... Has drawn some critism for not being a team player, not always putting out the right body language and being supportive of teammates ...

Overall: Trier’s ability to score is what puts him on the NBA radar ... His shooting percentages are very encouraging ... The major concern is whether or not he’s going to be too much of a defensive liability at the next level ... If he can improve his defense and figure out how to guard NBA guards, he has the potential to stick in the NBA and find a permanent home ...

Notes: Measured: 6' 3.75'' barefoot, 6' 5.25'' lbs, 198.0, lbs, 6' 6.75'' wingspan, 8' 2'' standing reach, 4.95% body fat, and 8.25 inch hand length at the 2018 NBA Draft Combine ... Measured 6'3.25, 193.5 lbs, with a 6'6 wingspan and 8'4 reach at the 2014 USA U18 tryouts ... Measured 6'3 without shoes, 6'4 with shoes, 200 lbs, with a 6'6 wingspan and 8'4 standing reach at the 2014 USA Junior National Team Mini Camp ... Was a 5 star recruit coming out of high school and a McDonald's All American ...

Ben Parker 6/10/18

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