Draft Jordan Williams let KG bring him along

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    Draft Jordan Williams let KG bring him along



    Gary Williams loves this kid though he is very teachableNBA Comparison: Carlos Boozer/Sean May


    Strengths: Broad shoulders and burly body have the potential to be chiseled into a vintage power forward ... Has dramatically improved his conditioning since he arrived on campus, but work remains to be done ... Works hard on the court as well as off it, hustling down court on fast breaks more often than many others his size. ... Impossible to stop when he's moving forward in the paint because of his size. ... Very soft touch combined with a willingness to go with a layup instead of a risky dunk ... Developing instincts as far as passing out of double teams ... Perhaps the most improved player in the country between his freshman and sophomore seasons, and the room to grow is still obvious ... Hounds the boards and boxes out well. Also has great hands and doesn't lose many balls he gets to ... Playing in a flex offense system that thrives on the fast break has allowed him experience at playing all sorts of roles on the court, from high post to wing to his most natural low post spot. ... Agility well above average allows him to control his balance and footwork in post ... Shows a high motor and desire to compete and improve ...

    Weaknesses: Still a bit out of shape and lumbers at times because he's always running up and down the court. Plays hard but not always smart ... Still needs to improve at feeling a double team rather than turning into it before realizing he needs to pass ... Lacks ideal length and often seems to be at his worse when longer, taller players smother him in the post. ... Still developing his post moves, though they've come a long way since his freshman season. ... Jump shot is generally off, despite seamless mechanics and a feathery touch around the basket. Looks like a natural shooter from 15 feet, but the shots just don't go in. Particularly from the line - 50% ... May not be a true 6-foot-10.
    Adi Joseph 1/12/11
     
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    [QUOTE]Gary Williams loves this kid though he is very teachableNBA Comparison: Carlos Boozer/Sean May Strengths:  Broad shoulders and burly body have the potential to be chiseled into a vintage power forward ... Has dramatically improved his conditioning since he arrived on campus, but work remains to be done ... Works hard on the court as well as off it, hustling down court on fast breaks more often than many others his size. ... Impossible to stop when he's moving forward in the paint because of his size. ... Very soft touch combined with a willingness to go with a layup instead of a risky dunk ... Developing instincts as far as passing out of double teams ... Perhaps the most improved player in the country between his freshman and sophomore seasons, and the room to grow is still obvious ... Hounds the boards and boxes out well. Also has great hands and doesn't lose many balls he gets to ... Playing in a flex offense system that thrives on the fast break has allowed him experience at playing all sorts of roles on the court, from high post to wing to his most natural low post spot. ... Agility well above average allows him to control his balance and footwork in post ... Shows a high motor and desire to compete and improve ... Weaknesses:  Still a bit out of shape and lumbers at times because he's always running up and down the court. Plays hard but not always smart ... Still needs to improve at feeling a double team rather than turning into it before realizing he needs to pass ... Lacks ideal length and often seems to be at his worse when longer, taller players smother him in the post. ... Still developing his post moves, though they've come a long way since his freshman season. ... Jump shot is generally off, despite seamless mechanics and a feathery touch around the basket. Looks like a natural shooter from 15 feet, but the shots just don't go in. Particularly from the line - 50% ... May not be a true 6-foot-10. Adi Joseph 1/12/11
    Posted by genaro008[/QUOTE]

    Do not too much about this kid, but he looks like he can be made into a very good NBA player. I would also take a look at the kid, Smith, from UCLA. Kind of a project, but can be like a Bynum clone if he drops the weight.
     
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    The attention shouldn't be on the draft.  The attention should be on plugging some holes to maybe get another run out of this team.  They should start with at least doing due dilligence on Dwight Howard.  If not Dwight then they will need to figure out a way to bring a new center to Boston.
     
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    I think we need a legit power forward to bring along and sign and trade  BBD
     
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    [QUOTE]The attention shouldn't be on the draft.  The attention should be on plugging some holes to maybe get another run out of this team.  They should start with at least doing due dilligence on Dwight Howard.  If not Dwight then they will need to figure out a way to bring a new center to Boston.
    Posted by SoxPatsCelts1988[/QUOTE]

     

    Long before Dwight can be on any team's radar...Isnt him a free agent in summer 2012??

     
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    [QUOTE]I think we need a legit power forward to bring along and sign and trade  BBD
    Posted by genaro008[/QUOTE]

    A legit PF who can score and most important get rebounds. A PG that can score relentlesly would help as well
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Draft Jordan Williams let KG bring him along :   Long before Dwight can be on any team's radar...Isnt him a free agent in summer 2012??
    Posted by cabutan[/QUOTE]

    Yes but what's the point of the Magic holding onto him?  They won't be in title contention next year so might as well get the pieces now instead of mid year next year.  Maybe a 3 team deal that nets them a few young pieces along with a lottery pick for next season and 2012.
     

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