NBA Comparison: Chris Kaman
Weaknesses: Lacks experience and readiness for the NBA. Has average basketball IQ so far … Motvation level is a question mark … His offensive skills are still raw and he needs to develop a go-to move … Showed that he can be turnover prone .18 A/T ratio (vs. Illinois 4 TO and Wisconsin 5 TO) … Defensively he doesn’t hold his position well and gets outplayed and outsmarted by opponents (can look lazy getting back on defensive end). Poor passer .3 AST … Average rebounder considering his size, body and athleticism 4.7 RPG.
*At this point he is one or two years away from developing into a NBA player.
Strengths: Bigman with a smooth offensive repertoire, including drop steps , face the basket skills and good touch … Elite level fluidity and agility plus a top shelf NBA center body … Runs the floor very light on his feet … Has a big frame with strong shoulders and long arms … Should be able to put on another 20 pounds without losing much mobility … Enjoys contact and fights for boards and position under the basket … Athletic, good explosiveness … Has a good feel for the game … Very good post skills with the ability to face the basket and hit shots out to the perimeter … Creates a big target inside Solid rebounder, understands how to box out … Uses the glass well a là Tim Duncan …
Weaknesses: Doesn’t always take over the way hes capable … Detractors point to the fact that he hasn’t developed into a center that dominates every time out … Must develop more of a killer instinct. He has the intensity and desire, just needs to sustain it more consistently … Not a huge shot blocker, has solid leaping ability and the ability to become a better defender with work at it …
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