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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
“I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying.”
― Oscar Wilde
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.
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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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