To me, Keon is highly reminiscent of Kawhi. First, he's a defense-first type player who's willing to leave it all out on that end. Second He appears to have the makings of a mid-range rainmaker with an eerily similar wrinkle in his shot mechanics to Kawhi. Most players in this era are what is called "turn shooters," meaning that when they shoot they rotate their lead foot away from the basket and align their (lead) knee, hip, and (shooting) shoulder to the basket. However, Keon (and Kawhi) don't do this. Instead, they align their toes to the basket and finish with their shoulders, knees, and hips square with the basket. The telltale sign of this shooting motion is where the shooter leaves their hand in the follow-through: if their shooting hand is left outward at a Y-type angle relative to their body, then they are a turn shooter; but if it is directly in front of them then they are a traditional shooter.