I wouldnt worry about heighth too much. Quickness and vertical jump can make up for it. When a tall player has the ball they tend to bring it down at some point which makes it easier for a defender to snatch it.
My thoughts exactly. I expected him to play pretty much only at the 3, but if he can handle it, with his size I could see him getting playing time at the 4 as well.
I just checked and he's listed at 6'7" 230 on the roster at cyclones.com. Wasn't he just 6'5" when he inked? Was he brought in to play a 3/4 combo or just the 3? Does he have the skillset to play the 4?
Damn it feels good to be talking basketball again. Damn good.
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