All-Star level difference maker due to his athleticism

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All-Star level difference maker due to his athleticism

Postby mmogo » 11 Feb 2018, 09:05

If he can add to a solid game off the bounce, he has a chance to become a starter. 18. Justin Jackson, G/F, North Carolina (previous: 19): Jackson led North Carolina to a national title this year and has excellent positional size for a wing shooter at 6-8. He's not an elite athlete, but he has tremendous feel for the game and should be able to step in and NBA 2K MT Coins space the floor immediately. His defensive footwork is also underrated. 19. Terrance Ferguson, G/F, Adelaide (Australia) (previous: 12): Ferguson's stock among executives was not as high as anticipated at the NBA Draft Combine.

With that being said, I've moved him down a touch on this board to just inside of the top 20. He has elite athleticism, good — but streaky — shooting ability and solid defensive footwork. He really needs to improve off the bounce, though. 20. Harry Giles, C, Duke (previous: 21): Giles continues to be the toughest prospect to project in this class. With three knee surgeries, the injury variable is high. But he was the No. 1 overall prospect in the loaded high school class of 2016 for a reason, as he was a potential All-Star level difference maker due to his athleticism, motor and nose for the ball.

He'll likely move in one direction or the other based on pre-draft workouts. 21. Hamidou Diallo, G, Kentucky (previous: 22): Diallo is one of the best athletes in this NBA Draft class, an explosive leaper who put up a 44.5-inch vertical leap and elite quickness scores at the combine. He's still making his decision as to whether he'll stay in the draft, but I'd guess that someone will take a chance in the first round if he stays in due to the NBA's scarcity of wings and his upside. 22. Isaiah Hartenstein, C, Zalgiris (Lithuania) (previous: 23): Hartenstein is a skilled, project big man. He has the ability to shoot 3s, and he's a strong outlet passer.

The question is what effect he can have on defense. He's a solid athlete, but not that instinctual yet on that end. 23. Justin Patton, C, Creighton (previous: 14): Patton slides down this time around cheap nba 2K18 MT, mostly due to being slightly over ranked last time as I still try to figure out how to handle all of the big men in this draft.
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