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Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes

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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#41 » by UNCNYC » Sun Sep 6, 2020 2:39 pm

What am I doing...? Uh, nothing much, I'm just sitting here, bored, waiting to draft Killian Hayes.
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3 - Tyrell Terry, Killian Hayes, Devin Vassell, LaMelo Ball

32 - Isaiah Joe, Jay Scrubb, Ty'shon Alexander, Karim Mane, CJ Elleby, Elijah Hughes

56 - LaMar Stevens, Paul Reed, Rayshaun Hammonds, K. Doolitle

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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#42 » by KGdaBom » Mon Sep 7, 2020 4:11 am

UNCNYC wrote:What am I doing...? Uh, nothing much, I'm just sitting here, bored, waiting to draft Killian Hayes.

Better than that other PG prospect. Killian has size, skill, athleticism. I hear he's very one handed though.
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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#43 » by UNCNYC » Mon Sep 7, 2020 4:39 am

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UNCNYC wrote:What am I doing...? Uh, nothing much, I'm just sitting here, bored, waiting to draft Killian Hayes.

Better than that other PG prospect. Killian has size, skill, athleticism. I hear he's very one handed though.


Yeah he is but I don't think he's that one handed actually. I think its that hes a lefty and more of a coast to coast/dribbling lefty unlike Harden who is more of a break you down off the dribble lefty that makes it appear that he has zero right hand. Can he improve/should improve on his right hand...? Probably, but I don't think it's as bad as some might think.
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3 - Tyrell Terry, Killian Hayes, Devin Vassell, LaMelo Ball

32 - Isaiah Joe, Jay Scrubb, Ty'shon Alexander, Karim Mane, CJ Elleby, Elijah Hughes

56 - LaMar Stevens, Paul Reed, Rayshaun Hammonds, K. Doolitle

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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#44 » by wilson115 » Wed Sep 23, 2020 5:40 am

While playing for Ulm in the EuroCup and German BBL, Hayes shot a lowly 29 percent on 3-pointers. At first glance, and also the second and third glances, that’s bad. But, his shot chart (per NBA.com) tells a bit of a different story.

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The only areas where Hayes is a “bad shooter” are the right wing, left wing, and left corner, and even from those areas, he’s a solid off-the-dribble shooter. Even on a high volume of mostly pull-up shots, he’s a 40 percent shooter from above the break (the hardest area to shoot from).

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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#45 » by SWedd523 » Yesterday 1:43 pm

I just realized Hayes wasn't really that far away from a 50/40/90 season this year
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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#46 » by luciano-davidwesley » Today 12:01 am

SWedd523 wrote:I just realized Hayes wasn't really that far away from a 50/40/90 season this year

I like him. I think out of the "consensus" top 3 Hayes and Okongwu are the two I like the most.
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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#47 » by Diop » Today 8:37 am

ugh, so many "good" prospects but none stand out for me
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Re: Prospect Thread: Killian Hayes 

Post#48 » by MotownMadness » Today 3:03 pm

wilson115 wrote:
While playing for Ulm in the EuroCup and German BBL, Hayes shot a lowly 29 percent on 3-pointers. At first glance, and also the second and third glances, that’s bad. But, his shot chart (per NBA.com) tells a bit of a different story.

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The only areas where Hayes is a “bad shooter” are the right wing, left wing, and left corner, and even from those areas, he’s a solid off-the-dribble shooter. Even on a high volume of mostly pull-up shots, he’s a 40 percent shooter from above the break (the hardest area to shoot from).

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