Despite not having played a great tournament and still looking somewhat raw, Tillie has shown intriguing abilities, particularly looking very active handling the ball. Displaying nice length and a solid frame (still in need of some work), hes an athletic and reactive power forward. He gets off his feet very easily, enjoying excellent quickness bouncing off the ground. Tillie doesnt particularly stand out with his basketball IQ and feel for the game, but he seems to be a hard worker. His best weapon is a nice mid-range jumper with a high release point thanks to the elevation provided by his leaping ability. Still somewhat clumsy in the low post, he looks for the turnaround jumper there. As mentioned, he can put the ball on the floor, and actually did so quite often. Showing improved ball-handling skills, hes still not very effective creating for himself off the dribble. He can beat opposing power forwards thanks to his quickness, but hes not smart and skilled enough to cash in off the advantages he generates. Only hard work will allow Tillie to make up to a certain extent for his lack of pure natural talent.
Besides the Big-4, Kim Tillie deserves a few words. He's a 6-9 athletic power forward who spent this last season in Utah, and who had never stood out in terms of skills. Here we have seen him more active with the ball in his hands than in past occasions, putting it on the floor and delivering some nice passes. He also displayed his typical jumper, noticeably getting off the floor to release it, although showing poor accuracy, while staying very active cleaning the offensive glass. He's still an extremely raw offensive player, but there's some nice potential there.