After his very poor showing in Treviso and an entire season riding the bench in Spain, nothing much was expected out of Keselj. But even if his performance was very inconsistent, he had a few nice moments before falling injured, displaying some of his main strengths. The most intriguing part about his game is the fact that hes a nicely athletic 6-10 forward with skills to play on the perimeter. Still rusty and streaky with his long-range shot, he shows nice mechanics even in off-the-dribble fashion, looking more reliable from the mid-range area. Hes capable of putting the ball on the floor, although his ball-handling skills are limited so hes not very effective unless he finds a direct line to the basket. Defensively, hes quick enough to match-up against wings, as he showed defending Nicolas Batum
in the game versus France. All in all, what Keselj needs is heavy minutes of playing time next season to settle down his game. He might now get that, as it was recently announced that hes being loaned by ACB squad Girona to the more appropriate level of the German league, where hell play with Koln. That has to be considered a smart move by all parties involved.