Anyone else noticing a slight hesitation at the top of his jumper?
Or is it just me?
who would benefit the Bobcats more, Robinson or Gilchrist ?
his ball control is very good for such a young player and he finishes well in the paint.
If his form doesn't improve, he'll have difficulty breaking his man down off the dribble and pulling up in traffic. Not only does his shot have a hitch, it comes with a slow release. So unless he shoots it very high (like Barnes), he'll be relegated to open looks from the perimeter. Fortunately, he's good enough to beat his man off the dribble and get the rack, crashes the offensive boards well, and is very good in transition, so he shouldn't be useless on the offensive side of the floor.
The key for him will be repetition. Bad form won't necessarily prevent him from making open shots as long as he devotes time in practice to focus on his muscle memory
he will definatley be a top 4 pick, my heartrate will be through the roof when David Stern is reading out who we select