Weaknesses: Size could hurt him in the NBA as he lacks great length and body weight Struggles to finish after contact due to his lack of upper body strength Sometimes Brown gets to caught up shooting from behind the three point line This can affect him as he doesnt attack the basket like a guard with his athletic ability should Defensively he has all the tools but lacks a good intensity level To his credit this could be due to level of competition While greatly improved from last year, Brown can still go through periods of inconsistent play Some nights he plays like a first rounder, others he doesnt fully apply himself and dominate Can get out of control on his drives to the basket Shot selection remains questionable at times as he will launch out of frustration Can get careless with the ball at times as he tends to get too flashy which undoubtly has led to some turnovers Puts up great stats, but competition level isn’t the highest level … Can get caught up in trying to be too flashy and make the easy play difficult …
Weaknesses: Playing in a smaller (Big West) Conference, the assumption is he is less talented because he wasn’t recruited to a bigger Conference school. However, his high school had so many talented players that he got overshadowed and he also developed a lot in college … The small conference also is a disadvantage as it’s tougher for him to prove his abilities since his opponents aren’t High Major players on most nights … Can get a little down on himself if he struggles early, but competes hard … A little on the small side, but his athleticism helps counteract that …
Notes: Scouts called him the top PG on the West Coast after he outshined Jordan Farmar and Gabe Pruitt in the 2005 LA Summer League.
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