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2 - Obi Muonelo

Oklahoma State 

  • Birthday: Unknown
  • NBA Position: PG/SG
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-4
  • Wt: 210
  • Hometown: Edmond, OK
  • High School: Santa Fe
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NBA Comparison: N/A

Grant Belcher - 9/30/2006

Strengths: Muonelo is a strong, aggressive, athletic guard ... Throughout his childhood, Obi was a lot shorter and developed excellent ballhandling and passing skills playing the point guard position ... His added size and muscle now allows him to absorb contact and fight inside ... Has a pretty good vertical; he can go up and snag a rebound and then likes to push the ball quickly up the court ... Loves attacking the rim with the intention to score or drop a dime at the last second ... Finishes off the glass as well as anyone, and also has a teardrop shot over larger defenders ... He has great body control when he takes off into the air, and does not charge often ... Can twist and turn in the air to get a better angle at the rim or the glass ... Obi's biggest strength may be his ability to find people with passes and his overall awareness on the court ... He sees the entire game at once and when the ball is in his hands, teammates must be ready to catch a pass from anywhere on the court ... Has always battled against tougher competition, including his two older brothers that both played ball at high levels ... Has shown the tendency to step up in big games ...

Weaknesses: A bit undersized at 6-4 ... Still has a slightly unconventional shooting form, with his release a little arbitrary and low ... He has put enough time in shooting in the gym to hit shots consistently, but his jumper could still use work ... Oklahoma State is so deep that Obi could struggle to get alot of playing time in his first year ... After several seniors leave, however, he should find his way into the rotation ... Obi is very intense and can not stand losing, which is a good thing, but he needs to harness it in the right way and not let it carry over negatively in future games ... An untimely foul or careless turnover will sometimes rattle his confidence or get him frustrated, he needs to gain maturity and composure ...

Notes: Grew about 6 inches in high school after his freshman year ... He moved up over four years in high school to become the best player in the state of Oklahoma ...

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