A very solid inside presence for Real Madrid as usual, the hustling Reyes couldn't become a big factor for his team in order to help them win it all.
Usually matching-up against taller guys, Reyes is an extremely physical player who constantly pushes and battles to gain the position he wants on court. He's a pretty good player off the ball and understands where he needs to be in order to provide the most damage to the opposing team. He's an insatiable rebounder, as he proved in the semifinal, who displays the positioning and desire to come away with plenty of captures on a daily basis.
It's a pretty difficult task to make Reyes feel intimidated. We saw him throwing himself against two seven-footers in the low post during the semifinal, using his body as a sort of screen in order to release his right-handed jump-hook. Anyway, he did struggle a little bit to remain effective against the opposing towers. He's a bit predictable in the low post, usually looking for the right side to finish with his right hand. But hes the kind of guy with a knack to find the way to get the job done. Against much bigger opponents, he likes to take them outside the paint with mid-range jumpers, an ability he has nicely developed for some years now, and that he put on display in the Copa, although perhaps not as much as in past occasions. Hes very effective setting picks and rolling towards the rim, attacking the basket rather aggressively.
On defense he's, again, a physical guy who also shows excellent mobility, but he often suffers from his size disadvantage, especially since he spent many minutes playing center in this Copa.
A potentially useful player in the NBA, Reyes is already a star in the ACB League, and nobody will match the kind of money he can make in the Old Continent.