That made me laugh. I can totally see the resemblance.
SmoothLefty21 wrote:He was making on observation on McDermott while playing against NBA guys, he was speculating on Foye's pro future. Completely different things and besides, obviously he's going to hype up his own player. C'mon now.
ken6199 wrote:A Rocket's loss really brought out the best of people. It makes me realize this forum is filled with jobless scumbags with their only intention to come hate the team they hate and realize their anger from their life/job/wife/kids or whatever.
GC Pantalones wrote:MojoPharoah wrote:GC Pantalones wrote:He'll be a top 5 player in this draft. Book it.
Absolutely disagree. He cannot defend at the NBA level against either forward spot and his rebounding is not good enough to really be a starting quality 4 unless he were playing next to Prime D12 anyway. He's a great college player, but he'll be at best a rotation player on a good NBA team, or a starter on a mediocre/bad team.
Doug is leading the top team in the Big East while averaging 26/7/2 on 64 TS. He has 52/44/90 shooting splits and he makes everything (he shot 49% from deep the last 2 seasons). He can't suck if he makes everything.
I learned my lesson with Steph Curry when it comes to players like this.
ComboGuardCity wrote:He won't be able to get in the lane in the pros. He already struggles with it in college. All his points in the paint are on cuts. Those little flip shots will get swatted into the stands because he lacks the length and athleticism. He has a place in this league, but I don't think its more than a bench player. He's going to get roasted on defense.
Ettorefm wrote:People say that they don't see color, yet a white prospect is always compared with another white player, even if they have nothing in common.
He can shoot and play the 3, he's Parsons/Morrison. WTF?
VC-INJURY wrote:Brutally unathletic and already 22 years old. He'll just be another example of guys who excelled in college but sucked in the NBA.
humblebum wrote:I'm not trying to stir the pot but how many black prospects are compared to former or current white NBA players?