The third cog for the highly successful Russian team, Vladislav Trushkin was the one responsible for making many of the most important shots for his team, as well doing a significant amount of the dirty work.
Trushkin stands 6-7, but sees most of his minutes at the power forward position. He is a tough, energetic forward with a nice frame, solid athleticism and a good feel for the game.
Trushkin showed quite a bit of versatility for the Russians. He didn't play a major role offensively, but he contributed in small doses with his ability to post up, shoot jumpers and take his man off the dribble. He's not terribly skilled in any facet of the game at this point, but he shows potential in each of them and he made a couple of very nice passes, which hints at some nice developments to come in the future.
Defensively, Trushkin shows good intensity. He crashed the glass, scrapped for loose balls and competed admirably under the basket. Unless he grows a couple of inches, though, he'll need to show he can step outside and guard the perimeter, something that he isn't able to do at this stage at a very high level.
Trushkin is still in an early stage of his development, particularly in terms of his ball-handling skills and overall polish. It will be interesting to see how his game continues to evolve over the next few years, though, especially in terms of his ability to make the transition to playing small forward.