DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Bathiste Tchouaffe, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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Bathiste Tchouaffe
Team: INSEP U-18, International
PhysicalsPositions Misc
H: 6' 5"
W: 190 lbs
Bday: 05/19/1998
(17 Years Old)
Current: SG
Possible: SG
High School:
Hometown: Poitiers, France

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FIBA Europe U18 Championship Scouting Reports: Shooting Guards
August 5, 2015
Jonathan Givony

-Intelligent role-player
-Reliable shooter with feet set.
-88% career free throw shooter in FIBA competition
-Competitive on defense. Takes charges. Gets in passing lanes.
-Team player. Makes extra pass. Finds open man. Enters ball into post.
-Aggressive in transition. Finds ways to get to free throw line

-Has average size for a shooting guard at around 6-5
-Not exceptionally athletic
-Shoots ball with a low release point, in front of face. Easy to contest if scouted
-Struggles to create own shot. Average ball-handler. Was just 5/18 from 2-point range in 198 minutes at the U19s.
-Strictly a catch and shoot jump-shooter. Doesn't have any real mid-range game

Outlook: Fundamentally sound SG who was a solid role-player for France. Very mature for his age. A year younger than competition, but already playing his third consecutive summer for French national team. Doesn't have the same upside you typically associate with French prospects, but could develop into an interesting 3'n'D candidate if he continues to grow.
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2014 adidas EuroCamp: Day Two
June 8, 2014
Bathiste Tchouaffe of France had a nice showing here, ranking among the most mature players in this group. A member of the French U16 National Team last summer, the 6'6 wing is a solid athlete with good shooting ability and an aggressive approach to the game. Already seeing minutes in the French 3rd Division with INSEP, he was able to simply overpower many of the players here in addition to flashing a developing perimeter game and a knack for crashing the boards.
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