|DraftExpress: No Dwight? No prob. Lets trade for the worst contract in the NBA RT @hoopshype: Warriors think they can get Joe Johnson http://t.co/9Kknnyt5|
|DraftExpress: Teams with versatile, 3-point shooting wings (Pierce, Joe Johnson, Turkoglu) among their big 2 or 3 tend to overperform consistently. #SSAC|
|DraftExpress: Top undershooters: Chris Paul, Brandon Roy, Lebron, Al Jefferson, Joe Johnson. Top Overshooters: Westbrook, Tyrus, Lamar, Monta #ssac|
|I don't think he's committed to the roster. So no go. RT @BigBodySS Joe Johnson over Evan Turner? JJ is good shooter & can play both G spots|
|Sill starts off giving great examples of why APM looks virtually useless. Joe Johnson ranks as one of worst players in L, many more #ssac|
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H: 6' 8"|
W: 226 lbs
(33 Years Old)
|RSCI: 26||Agent: Arn Tellem |
High School: Little Rock Central
Hometown: Little Rock, AR
Pick 10 in 2001 by Celtics
|Year||Source||Height w/o Shoes||Height w/shoes||Weight||Wingspan||Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert|
|2001||NBA Pre-Draft Camp||6' 6.75"||6' 8.25"||226||6' 9"||8' 9"||NA||32.5||36.5|
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NBA Scouting Reports, Southeastern Division (Part 1)|
May 6, 2008
Overview: A versatile small forward who has developed into a legitimate all-star player. Isnít a freak athlete, but is very smooth and fluid and has an advanced feel for the game that allows him to more than effectively display his skill set. Wasnít an overnight success. Put in two solid seasons at Arkansas before leaving for the League. Found himself in an ideal situation with the Phoenix Suns from 2003-2005. Blossomed into one of the best young swingmen in the game after being traded to the Hawks. Very intense demeanor on the court. Doesnít make a lot of highlight reel plays, but shows the poise of a veteran and is the face of the retooling Atlanta franchise.
Offense: Has developed into one of the Leagueís best scorers. Scores in almost every way imaginable; score efficiently off of pick and rolls, dribble drives, post ups, and spot up jumpers. Almost impossible to guard one-on-one. Versatility makes him a tough matchup as well. Has beautiful form on his jumper. Has range and consistency both off the dribble and with his feet set. Displays good elevation and doesnít have a very hard time getting his shot off over defenders. Can knock down shots off balance and with a hand in his face. Jumper makes him a formidable scorer from the perimeter by itself. Gets quite a bit of his offense around the rim. Has hesitation moves and crossovers that are extremely difficult to defend considering his length and impressive first-step. Prefers to go left, but is actually a more efficient scorer going right. Gets to the line at a decent clip, where he shoots a great percentage. Does quite a bit of ball-handling and acts as a point-forward on a pretty regular basis. Court vision and savvy make him an extremely versatile mismatch when doing so. Can dribble through pressure. Turns the ball over periodically, but handles such a heavy load offensive that itís a bit surprising he doesnít do it more often. Draws defenders to create opportunities for his teammates. Can push the ball and get up the floor on the wing equally effectively.
Defense: Plays very solid defense. Maintains a good stance, but doesnít overexert himself. Makes the effort not to give up anything easy. Doesnít create many turnovers considering the amount of time he spends on the floor. Isnít the type of defender that is going to harass his man physically. Will get low and use his foot speed to deny penetration. Willingness to work on the defensive end allows him to get his hand on the occasional pass. Wonít take too many risks when playing passing lanes. Mixes it up on the glass from time to time, and rebounds at a decent clip. Usually wants to look for the outlet pass or run the floor when his man doesnít crash the glass.
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