Future Friday. Why don’t we scout a top prospect, watch a full length game, and spend an additional weekly episode devoted to said prospect and repeat the process leading up to the NBA Draft. The idea was a life saver from a content perspective.
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In a league where it’s four out, finding a guy that can draw up creative schemes to keep defensives reacting and creating space is worth its weight in gold.
As a fan of the league for over 30 years, I have a love and appreciation for the aesthetics of the game. From jerseys to court designs, I’m infatuated with seeing how each team incorporates puts together the finished product.
Many Basketball operations people want to hit the home run of a draft pick and look past obvious good players. Whenever this draft is, I want us to take the player who can help us in the short and long term. Xavier is one of those guys.