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Standing 6’4 with a solid 205-pound frame and good length, Mays has nice size for a combo guard. A good all-around athlete, he is an aggressive slasher who embraces contact, takes the ball strong to the rim, and can play above the rim in space.
With his shots split almost evenly between jumpers and shots at the rim, Mays has slightly unorthodox shooting mechanics that are nonetheless very reliable. Scoring 1.21 points per catch and shoot jump shot in the half court [86th percentile] and 1.02 points per dribble jump shot in the half court [89th percentile], he did a very good job picking and choosing his spots to pull-up and is an efficient floor spacer. Fluid getting into his pull-up, he does not have the quickest release, but his ability to keep defenses honest when he puts the ball on the floor is a plus.
Taking the ball strong to the rim and using crossovers and spin moves to find angles to finish, Mays scored 1.19 points per shot around the rim in the half court [64th percentile]. Keeping his head up looking for the open man and embracing contact, he is not the shiftiest player, but his ability to play with pace helped him get to spots consistently and actually made him more effective finishing in the half court than in transition.
-1.14 PPP in the PnR
You trade back to get a guy like him and then add someone like Grant Riller or Isaiah Joe. That's a lot of playmaking/shot making added to your rotation that can come in to the NBA on day 1 and contribute immediately.