Possible Drafts Picks Sixers should Try for?

 

Philadelphia Sixers have the 21 st pick of the 2020 NBA draft this year. Usually it’s not likely to find a starter at the 21 st pick. The players taken at 21st were Brandon Clarke (Memphis Grizzles) Grayson Allen (Memphis Grizzles) Terrance Ferguson(Oklahoma City Thunder) DeAndre Bembry (Atlanta Hawks) and Justin Anderson (Brooklyn Nets). Brandon Clarke has been a reliable good starter so far. There are plenty of roles players who can fit in the right situation with any team.

 

Tyrese Maxey- Guard-  Kentucky.

Now Kentucky players has shown history of outplaying their draft positions. Devin Booker, Bam Adebayo and Tyler Herro were all picked outside of top 10. Can Maxey be next on this list. He shoots 29.2 percent from 3 point range something the Sixers lack on the team is a good 3 point shooter. He shots pretty good at the strike 83.3 percent. Has an explosive first step, good athlete and will get past his defenders wil finish with flash. Can he be a good enough shooter at the two guard or good enough playmaker at the point.

 

Aleksej Pokusevski – Power Forward – Serbia

7 foot with so much potential playing the Greek second division. Giannis is the best Greek 7 footer the nba has seen. But Pokusevski is a better ball handler than Antetokounmpo.  Pokusevski can lead the break, make deft passes, dribbles into jumpers, and can take defenders of the dribble with no problems. He’s the youngest in the draft will turn 19 in December. In 2019 FIBA European U18 he averaged 10.0 points 7.2 rebounds 4.0 blocks. The downside is he’s only 195 and skinny. Can u be good in the NBA and not be dominated.

 

Cole Anthony- Guard- North Carolina

Anthony was going to be a top ten draft pick but missed two months with a knee injury and playing on a team with horrible half court spacing. He still managed to average 18.5 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.0 assists for The Tarheels. He’s  good enough perimeter shooter to make the defenses respect his shot. He runs the pick and roll the best in the draft so far. Put him in a one on one against a defender and he will get a shot. Only shot 38 percent from the field, rank 24th in transition scoring. Put him in better spacing and teammates around him there’s a chance offensive skills could pop in the NBA.

 

Tyrell Terry- Guard- Stanford

Terry is one of the best shooters in the draft. 6-2 he shot 40.8 percent from 3 point and 89.1 percent from free throw and averaged 14.6. He reminds people of CJ McCollum. He’s not just a shooter he can take it to the rack when defenders doesn’t respect his driving ability and he’s a crafty shooter he can just flat out shoot. He’s a scorer than a playmaker. He did put on muscle during the pre draft work at 160 pounds. Terry may have trouble defending the trailer stronger guards in the NBA

 

KeyInDaBuilding of Spotlight Sports Network

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