- How prospects have demonstrated the capacity to run NBA offensive systems, sets and ‘bread and butter’ plays at the prep, NCAA and International levels. Meant to give an indication of how a player can be utilized and how likely they are to find success in each category eventually at the next level relative to NBA competition running these types of plays.
Further Schematic Explanation:
- Ability to operate in a one-on-one matchup from the perimeter around the 3-point line and midrange.
- Ability to operate with back to the basket or facing up while battling for position around midrange and outside the paint.
Pick & Roll
- Capacity of players to use a screen from the perimeter to get an open shot, drive the lane or create off of it, or to set the screen to roll to the basket or pop out for a shot.
- Capacity of players to run off and use screens to get an open shots, capitalize on spot up opportunities or use them to get a lane or create, or to set them and roll out of them for open shots.
- Players knack for getting out on the break after turnovers, rebounds or made baskets and to create or finish in an up-tempo possession against favorable numbers (3 on 2, 2 on 1, etc.) and without an established defense.