7 - Luka Doncic








































































































































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NBA Comparison: Toni Kukoc/Hedu Turkoglu

Strenghts: What's most impressive about him is the maturity and the polish and completeness of his game at just 16 years of age, basically from all standpoints ... As a 6-7 SG, he already has a solid body, ready to compete at the senior level, with a wide frame, quite developed from a muscular standpoint, both his upper and lower body ... He has shown a remarkable amount of pro moves and amazing body control during his first season with the Real Madrid senior team ... His game is already defined and complete, with the ability to create his own shot basically in any kind of situation: midrange game, layups, floater, three pointers are all an effective part of his offensive repertoire ... Furthermore his court vision and ball handling skills are above average, with the ability to create for himself and his teammates in traffic often showing glimpses of rare talent ... He often switches as the primary ball handler, where he can show his creativity and ability to attack the basket ... Defensively he has quick hands and instincts in the passing lanes, with a great attitude and a blue collar style ... Definitely one of the brightest prospects coming from Europe in a number of years ...

Weaknesses: His biggest flaw is his lack of quickness and lateral speed, which affects his effectiveness in 1 on 1 defense against more explosive opponents ... Furthermore this also limits his offensive effectiveness in ISO situations when he has to rely on his body control and fakes to create the space for the shot or to draw contact ... He also needs to work on shot consistency, especially his mechanics and foot positioning ... Sometimes he lacks the killer instinct when facing weaker opponents ...

Notes: Son of Saša Dončić, a former professional player. He’s having 5 pts 3 rbs 2 as of average in ACB with 14’ on the court thus far, and a season high of 15+6+4 against Bilbao. 4 points 3 rbs 2 assist in 13’ on the court in Euroleague, with a season high in a losing effort of 15+5 against CSKA Moscow. MVP of last Adidas Next Generation Tournament finals in Madrid where Real won the title. Still not clear for which national team he will play. MVP of the 2013 Mini Copa del Rey while playing for tournament winner Real Madrid ...

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