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3 - Kris Dunn

Providence 

  • Birthday: 3/18/94
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Sophomore
  • Ht: 6-3
  • Wt: 205
  • Hometown: New London, CT
  • High School: New London
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Overall

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NBA Comparison: Tony Wroten/Rodney Stuckey

Strengths: Point guard with excellent size, versatility, athleticism and potential ... Possesses a very quick first step to blow by opponents, utilizing it well to attack the basket ... Led the NCAA in assists throughout most of his junior year, displaying great ability to pass and create shots for teammates ... Excellent ISO player utilizing his quick first step and ability to pull up and find teammates on the move ... Feeds the post extremely well, finding the open man and getting them the ball ... Does a good job of driving, drawing defenders and then finding the open man for jumpers ... Very fluid run/jump athlete with ideal size and length for the position ... Appears to have a wingspan in neighborhood of 6'8 ... Huge hands give him supreme control of the ball ... Great leaping ability and body control allows him to finish plays at the rim with ease ... Makes highlight plays attacking the basket ... Has shown improvement in his ability to knock down shots, in particular pull up jumpers ... Excellent defender with great anticipation on steals (2.8 per game, good for 4th in the nation) ... Above average rebounding numbers from the point guard position 5.6 rpg ... Excellent ball handler, very comfortable with the ball in his hands, setting up the offense ...

Weaknesses: Struggled to get on the floor in his first two seasons, playing in just 29 games over that span with injuries to the same shoulder. Took a medical hardship in his freshman season ... That concern for future injuries makes him a bit of a wild card ... Turnover prone at 4.1 per game. Must cut down on mental errors and show more value for the ball ... Should look to improve upon making baskets in catch and shoot situations, and playing without the ball ... Must improve as a pick and roll facilitator. Much better in isolation and in the open floor than pick and roll ... Needs to become better at not getting out of control on drives, develop a better runner and pull up instead of always forcing the ball inside and drawing charges and blocked shots ... Played in a depleted Big East Conference, putting his standout statistics under skepticism ...

Notes: Led Providence to a surprising 22-11 season and 11-7 in the Big East in his junior year ... Was second in the country in assists with 7.6 per game ... In December of 2013, had season ending surgery to his right shoulder ...

Aran Smith 3/14/15

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