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1 - Moses Brown

UCLA 

  • Birthday: 10/13/99
  • NBA Position: Center
  • Class: Freshman
  • Ht: 7-1
  • Wt: 245
  • Hometown: Queens, NY
  • High School: Archbishop Molloy
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Overall

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2019

NBA Comparison: Justin Patton

Strengths: Has NBA size for a center (7’1”, 245 pounds) ... Putting up solid numbers for a freshman (12.4 points & 9.8 rebounds per game) ... Moves well for his size ... Runs the floor well in transition ... Aggressive on the boards ... Does a good job using his size and body to clear space and grab rebounds ... Does a good job of protecting the rim (2.6 blocks per game) ... Pretty alert on defense and does a good job of defending without fouling (2.0 personal fouls per game) ... Throws it down with ease inside. Very difficult to stop when given a clean look ... While most of his buckets do come inside the paint, his field goal percentage (65.8%) is outstanding ... He knows his limitations and doesn’t take very many bad shots ... Attacks the rim with aggressiveness ... Smart kid who shows upside if he stays focused ...

Weaknesses: Still figuring out his body ... Needs to get stronger and more explosive ... Sometimes struggles to establish position on both ends of the floor ... Still very raw offensively ... Needs to develop a repertoire of moves inside (e.g. jump hooks) ... Shooting form needs a lot of work. Free throws are atrocious (36.4%). He really needs to work on fixing his form ... Uses his entire body instead of just focusing on bending his knees and follow through. He flicks his wrist in a very weird way. Almost sideways .... He does the vast majority of his scoring inside the paint ... While he defends well in the paint, he needs to improve his perimeter defense ... Has a tough time guarding stretch bigs ...

Overall: There’s a lot to like about Moses Brown ... He has really good size, shows the ability and willingness to bang inside, and has all the tools to be a solid big man in the NBA ... It’s just a matter of him maturing, figuring things out, and polishing his game ... If he’s able to fix his shot and not do all of his scoring inside the paint, he shows solid potential ... Appears to be a couple seasons away from being ready to enter the draft ...

Ben Parker 12/12/18

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