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And the footwork, and up-and-unders are all very similar as well.
Absolutely, but whats funny is he led the NCAA in FG% at the rim, with 75%.isaacthompson wrote:
So I'm not sure 'Bad' is the right word to describe his game around the hoop. Lol
"That was Nasty right? Cocked that Joint back and banged on 'em." -James Johnson
I may have a Canadian bias on it, and he looked over-matched in his last game, but I don't believe you can teach work ethic. Do I think AB has talent? Yes! He has a lot of talent.
Having a player like KO though who could have just ridden the pine at Zag instead of red-shirting, that speaks a lot about a player wanting to improve.
Talent is good, talent and hard work is better.
Quincy Acy > Kelly Olynyk
I seriously don't understand the fascination with KO. Oh yeah he's Canadian.
Anyhow, if the Raps really want to add a Canadian player on this team. They should trade for a mid/late 1st round pick and select Myck Kabongo. Kabongo actually would be perfect on this team because this team needs a backup PG.
"Analytics DON'T work at all. It's some crap that people that are really smart made up to get in the game. Bunch of smart guys who have never played. The NBA is about TALENT" - Charles Barkley #Truth
I don't think anyone thinks he is the second coming of Tim Duncan, but he will be a solid player.
Kabongo would e great as a 3rd string PG for a year or two, it would give him time to develop and be better prepared for the NBA game, but I would not feel good if Lowry went down and Kabongo was starting, hello lottery again.
I don't think it's weird that Canadians want a Candian on a Canadian team. I myself would like it a lot if a Dutch guy would be on the Raptors.
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