Stillwater wrote:peZt wrote:BostonCouchGM wrote:I think Kispert can become Hayward 2.0. Same size, skill set and athleticism. He's definitely a 1st rounder and should go anywhere from mid-late lottery to the teens. I didn't appreciate him before but now see how good he can be in the NBA provided he works hard and reaches his potential.
Hayward has wayyy more ballskills and is on a different level as an athlete.
Kispert is basically Joe Harris. Sometimes the most obvious comparison is the right one
I dont think he is Harris is the best comp maybe Harris light. He might be at some point that clutch from deep but he like Harris is sneaky athletic so maybe he brings another dimension at the next level in a larger role than college.
I definitely dont see Kispert at the same level of ball handler or playmaker as GH was coming into the league so its a bad comp but it probably is not that far of a stretch to say his BBiq is up there.
given the struggles he has defensively his stock probably has not moved up ending the season on a sour note
Kispert is the better shooter coming out of college. He is the much better FT shooter and just put up back 2 back seasons from 3 that were better than any season Harris had.
Now ya a big part of Harris has been his progression, he has become one of those elite off ball movers and shooting on the move. But if youre trying to project what Kispert can become, Harris is kind of the exact guy youre looking at. Big guy that can play the 2 or 3, and is an elite outside shooter.
I think whoever drafts Kispert it would be a huge mistake to try and turn him into anything more than an elite off ball shooter. Stick him in the film room and just have him watch Korver/JJ all day and night. That is how youre going to maximize his impact.