2 - Lonzo Ball


  • Birthday: 10/27/97
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Freshman
  • Ht: 6-6
  • Wt: 190
  • Hometown: Chino Hills, CA
  • High School: Chino Hills
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Mock:  9

NBA Comparison: Ricky Rubio

Strengths: 6’6 point guard … Great size and length for a point guard … Tremendous court vision, passing, and playmaking ability. Makes one handed passes with either hand. Quick decision maker, knows where the plays going before receiving the ball. Can make flashy passes in transition or in the half court. Can pin point full court outlet passes to start breaks. Great timing and finds teammates when they’re in position to score … Great ball handler and floor general. Gets where he wants with the ball. High basketball IQ and ideal point guard traits. Brings out the best in his teammates. Can play alongside other great players, isn’t hindered by others taking the shots ... Plays even keeled and nonchalant and doesn’t get rattled. Doesn’t force his impact on the game. Can play with the ball in his hands as well as off the ball … Has shooting range out to the three point line … Standout athlete that can finish plays above the rim … Great rebounder on both ends for a guard and impacts the game in multiple statistical categories. Averaged a triple-double for his senior year while going undefeated … Good size and willingness as a defender ... Possesses great quickness and shows excellent anticipation …

Weaknesses: While he can make shots from outside, he has an extremely unorthodox, even ugly, shooting form ... Tends to fling the ball from the left side of his face … Has a lot of room to add strength … Good athlete but not incredibly explosive … Played a loose, up tempo style at Chino Hills, will need to work on valuing possessions and making the sound play moving forward …

Outlook: Ball had a tremendous senior year and high school career as a whole ... He leads a talented incoming class for UCLA and has the ability to make an impact early on... Ball’s ability to impact the game without scoring makes him special as a prospect having tied Jacque Vaughn’s McDonald’s All American assist record with 13 in the game.

Evan Tomes 9/28/16

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