Around the NBA, there is a high demand for true rim protectors, such as Mohamed Bamba (#4), and knockdown 3-point shooters, such as Trae Young (#11).

NBA Team Needs

June 8, 2018 Brendan O'Sullivan 0

We take a dive into each team’s thought process to see what voids must be filled, and who may be ideal to fill them through free agency and the draft.

Mohamed Bamba

Mohamed Bamba Scouting Report

June 4, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Mohamed “Mo” Bamba is guaranteed to lead the NBA in at least one category in the 2018-19 season – wingspan. He set an NBA Combine record in May, when his wingspan was measured at seven feet, 10 inches, which is one inch longer than the current NBA leader, Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz.

Jaren Jackson, Jr.

Jaren Jackson, Jr. Scouting Report

May 30, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

There has been a lot of debate about who is the best big man in the 2018 NBA Draft, and Jaren Jackson, Jr. is at the forefront of that discussion. He is projected by some to go as high as third overall in the draft. Not yet 19 years old, Jackson is currently the fifth-youngest prospect on our draft board, …

Marvin Bagley Scouting Report

May 27, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Barely 19 years old, Marvin Bagley is one of the youngest prospects on our draft board, and after a stellar freshman season at Duke, he is likely to be one of the first five selections in the 2018 NBA Draft. One year ago, he was finishing up his junior year at high school, and he probably didn’t expect to be sitting where he is today.

DeAndre Ayton

DeAndre Ayton Scouting Report

May 21, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Often compared to Hall of Famer David Robinson, DeAndre Ayton is considered the favorite to be the first player selected in the 2018 NBA Draft, and with good reason. He had a terrific freshman season at Arizona, culminating with a host of honors, including Pac-12 Player of the Year, first-team All-American, and the Karl Malone Award.

Robert Williams

Robert Williams Scouting Report

May 16, 2018 R. C. Harris 0

Last spring, Robert Williams was projected to be a first-round pick, but to the surprise of many, he returned to Texas A&M for his sophomore season. At the time, Williams stated publicly that he needed more time to mature and develop his game before moving on to the NBA. Following an up-and-down sophomore year, I am not positive that Williams achieved his goals, but his draft stock remains very high.