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Kobe Paras profile
RCSI: 157 (2016)
Height: 6'7" (201 cm)
Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
Age: 20.2
Position: SF
Jerseys: #21, #24
Relatives: son of Venancio Paras
High School: Cathedral Catholic High School (California)
Hometown: Manila, Philippines
College: CSUN
Current Team: CSUN
Win - Loss: 0 - 2
Kobe Paras 2015 Adidas Nations Interview

Basic Per Game Stats

Season GP Min Pts 2pt 3pt FT Rebounds Ast Stl Blk TO PF
M A % M A % M A % Off Def Tot
2016/17 12 4.9 1.3 0.4 0.7 62.5% 0.1 0.6 14.3% 0.2 0.6 28.6% 0.3 0.7 1.0 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.8

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Kobe Paras 2015 adidas Nations Interview

DraftExpress
DraftExpress
Aug 11, 2015, 08:00 pm
An interview with 6-7 wing Kobe Paras of the Philippines at the 2015 adidas Nations in Los Angeles. Read his scouting report here.
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adidas Nations Scouting Reports: Wing Prospects

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Mike Schmitz
Mike Schmitz
Aug 11, 2015, 01:54 pm
Mike Schmitz

Strengths:
-Excellent physical profile. 6' 7” with a strong frame (upper and lower body) and long arms.
-Bouncy athlete. Good first step. Can play above the rim with ease.
-Very good shooter, especially when he's able to step into it. Shows potential as a shooter off the bounce. Footwork isn't great but he's able to create space off the bounce. Uses step backs. Throws ball in basket
-Shot 27/73 (37%) for 3 and 55/71 (71%) from the free throw line this summer in 21 adidas event games.
-Can straight line drive. Comfortable with the ball in his hands.
-Has the tools to be very good defensively.
-Has plenty of upside to continue to develop into a versatile all-around player

Weaknesses:
-Average passer who has room to improve on his feel for the game. Almost always looking to score. Loves to isolate and force up off balance jumpers. Tunnel vision while he's on the move. Throws up wild layups.
-Average finisher around the basket. Lacks a degree of toughness and physicality.
-Shot just 47% for 2 this summer in 21 adidas event games.
-Has some edge to him but not always in a positive way. Talks a lot of trash.
-Comfortable, but not an advanced ball handler.
-Needs to improve his footwork off the bounce. Every pull up is into a jump stop rather than a 1-2.
-Jump shot can be a little streaky. Flings the ball at the rim from time to time.
-Not always engaged defensively. Can do a better job bending his knees and sitting down in a stance.

Outlook:
Paras, who came to the US two years ago, is the son of Benjie Paras, a famous basketball player, TV actor and movie star in the Philippines. He has the physical profile, athleticism and shooting ability of a high-major wing, and potentially a NBA prospect. He can score at all three levels, finish above the rim and has the tools to be a very good defender. The UCLA commit, however, has a long way to go in terms of playing the game the right way and fitting into a team scheme. He does a lot of things that may earn him a very short leash very quickly under head coach Steve Alford. With that said, if Paras is willing to put in the work and can find a way to think the game at a higher level and become more of a team player, he has a chance to be a high-level player in the Pac-12 and set himself up for a successful future beyond the college ranks., possibly in the NBA depending on how his skill-set evolves.

Latest results

11/18/2017 73 - 78 at George Mason George Mason
11/13/2017 73 - 89 at Fresno St Fresno St
03/09/2017 68 - 81 at CS-Fullerton CS-Fullerton
03/04/2017 78 - 86 vs CS-Fullerton CS-Fullerton

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