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DraftExpress: Oldest active NBA players in DX Database: Grant Hill (10/5/1972), Juwan Howard (2/7/1973), Jason Kidd (3/23/1973), Theo Ratliff (4/17/1973).
2010-09-22 11:40:23
Also working out at ATTACK Athletics: Devin Harris, Juwan Howard, Will Bynum, Rodrigo de la Fuente, Justin Williams and a bunch of others...
2010-08-06 10:15:22
Team: Breogan
PhysicalsPositions Misc
H: 6' 5"
W: 228 lbs
Bday: 02/05/1992
(23 Years Old)
Current: F
High School: Pershing
Hometown: Detroit, MI

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2015Portsmouth6' 4.25"NA2286' 10.5"8' 6"NA24.5NA

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NBA Scouting Reports, Southwestern Division (Part One)
May 15, 2008
Overview: An aging power forward who is just about reaching the end of his career. Strong and surprisingly fluid for a power forward, but nowhere near as explosive as he once was. A member of Michiganís Fab Five. Was an All-Star for one season during his career. Has bounced around the League since. Plays with intensity, and is still a competitor. Experienced.

Offense: Will always be known for his ridiculously high release. Shoots the ball with almost full extension in both arms. Just flicks his wrist, but it is hard argue with the results. Gets half of his shots off of cuts and spot ups with fifth coming in transition. Nowhere near the offensive factor he once was. Still runs the floor pretty well. Good finisher. Capable with both hands. Wonít take a lot of covered shots from the paint. Wonít put the ball on the floor. Lets his teammates create offense for him. Average offensive rebounder. Plays very smart. Solid passer. Wonít assert himself anymore. Classic role player in that sense. Has shown a willingness to do what is asked of him and nothing more. Lacks great athleticism.

Defense: Staunch defender despite the athleticism he lost as his career went on. Very strong on the block. Good at denying entry passes when he wants to. Has a hard time matching up with much taller players. Doesnít have the quickness to defend players off the dribble, so he gives them space when they face up. Better shooting big men tend to take advantage of that. Knows when to go for the strip and when to reach. Great at boxing out, but wonít rebound out of his area. Commits veteran fouls and knows when heís beat. Capable defender when matched up against backup power forwards, but his shelf life is expiring quickly.
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