jvsimonetti0514 wrote:Poku is the type of versatile big you need to win in the NBA. Can shoot, guard the perimeter, pass a little bit, and dribble the ball. He looks way more fluid than even KP did looked overseas. I’m pretty sure he’s playing in the same league that Giannis did in Greece. It’s really tough to judge him Because he’s doing it against scrubs. That’s why they say Freak fell so far because they couldn’t judge him against that level of competition. Top 10 would be way too big of a risk for us but if we can find a way to move up into the teens I would take that leap of faith.
Seems like alot more people are talking about this kid.
Looks like he has the sleeper look and one that Walt Perrin would already have eyes on. Mind you he JUST turned 18, which means he'll still be in high school in the states..
. Talk about reaching into the high school ranks http://www.nbadraftroom.com/p/2020-nba-mock-draft.html
has him at 20 as a "Poor man's KP" at 17yrs old. Didn't know KP had a little brother.
A lanky, versatile big forward with a high skill level and a lot of promise. Has a nice feel for the game, really knows how to pass the ball and make the right decisions.
Has a promising 3pt shot, although still inconsistent, and projects as a floor spacing, catch and shoot big.
Gets up and down the floor well and shows a lot of agility for a near -7-footer.
Has good footwork in the paint and can score with his back to the basket and from mid range.
Comparisons: faster Raef LaFrentz (?)
Mind you, if we fall to 10+, we should be looking hard at this pick for Aleksej "Poku" Pokusevski. A great pick at the early teens, and then there's a lull in known prospects and picks up again around 22-24th pick.