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20 - Brandon Triche

Syracuse 

  • Birthday: 2/1/91
  • NBA Position: PG/SG
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-2
  • Wt: 210
  • Hometown: Jamesville, NY
  • High School: Jamesville-DeWitt
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Overall

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2013

NBA Comparison: Shammond Williams

Strengths: His physical strength is imposing, and his best attribute, helping him on both ends of the floor ... Very durable, started every single game during his 4 years at Syracuse ... Hard working, his quiet demeanor does not diminish his leadership skills, he leads by example ... Bounced back after having a junior season in which pts, rebs, asts all fell from sophomore season, as did his playing time ... Started at PG his freshman year, moved off the ball to make way for players like Scoop Jardine and Michael Carter-Williams ... Has the ability to play both guard positions at 6’3 ... He is an underrated scorer, having the ability to score in a variety of ways, something he has worked extremely hard to develop ... Has a ton of big game experience, against top talent both in game as well as practicing against his teammates ... Solid in transition and a good finisher ... Solid pick and roll skills as ball handler ...

Weaknesses: Lacks a true position ... Sub-par athleticism for an NBA guard ... At times he's not assertive enough, because he has a team first mentality to the point of being too unselfish ... Despite being a senior his ISO skills and offensive game are just average. Also not a very efficient spot up shooter ... Although his scoring ability is evident, he has the tendency to drift in and out of games. For a freshman this would be understandable, but for a senior who has started every game of his career it is not ... Triche is seen as a solid defender but is undersized defending 2s at the next level ... Transition from 2-3 to man-to-man could be difficult due to lack of experience, as well as foot speed ...

Overall: Brings effort, and leadership, on both ends, but these alone are not enough to warrant an NBA draft spot. I foresee Brandon Triche getting some looks from NBA teams and posibly even getting drafted late in the 2nd round; ultimately I seem him either in the D-league or in Europe, where he'll have the opportunity to be a productive player ...

Elliot Adamczyk 4/7/13

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