Bazz got the more all around and well rounded offensive game....mclemore doesn't really have the handles to create his own offense so at this point he's pretty much an athletic rip hamilton....and when his shot isn't falling he seems to be even more passive and dissapear...we need players who play hard on our team
Went to looking up Olynyk's advanced stats last night after seeing him display his supposed roman candle athleticism with a big block in one game and two nice alleys in the next. Needless to say, WOW
He leads the entire NCAA in PER at an absurd 37.8 and TS% at an absurd 71.0% (that means he's the most efficient scorer in college, bar none). He's also 3rd in the country in win shares (first in his conference in both offensive and defensive win shares)
Another thing of note that is very interesting, especially considering he's a roman candle athlete. His TRB% is very similar to the other big name bigs out there.
Kelly Olynyk - 16.3
Nerlens Noel - 16.6
Anthony Bennett - 16.8
Mason Plumlee - 17.2
Cody Zeller - 16.4
Alen Len - 17.0
Isaiah Austin - 16.0
Looks like we can put the bad rebounding argument to rest.
So give me Noel and Olynyk in the draft
I just got the idea of drafting Olynyk and Bennett, then landing Wiggins
I'm just not sure that Olynyk can be a C in the NBA. IMO, his game translates much bette as a PF. Or at least with a guy like Noel at C, you have a defensive anchor to protect the rim.
I also think his offense will surprise some people once he gets into the NBA (similar to Drummond). He's not going to be knocking down mid-range shots but his pick and roll ability plus his passing and ball handling skills will surprise a lot of people.
McLemore will be a very good NBA player