Corey Brewer: The Intangibles of Potential in Its Finest

August 8th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
I know, Corey Brewer right?

Intangibles of star potential? A player that only averaged 13 points last season has those intangibles?

No doubt in my mind, and anyone with half a brain would be stupid not to see it.

Not only is Corey Brewer one of the more entertaining players to watch in the NBA, but he has the intangibles of a great all around NBA player and his skills are a work in progress.

Let's look at some things.

Corey Brewer stands at least 6'8'' with an equivalent wingspan while playing shooting guard and small forward. He has significant size and length for both positions, yet while sporting a frail frame, he appears able to hold his own, defending some of the best players the NBA have to offer.

Let's take it back a notch.

Corey Brewer, college ball style. This guy recorded the only triple double in Florida Gators history, posting 15 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists (the most assists since Jason Williams recorded 17 in 1997). In that very game, he also drew six charges.

In high school, Corey Brewer posted 30 points and 13 rebounds a game on average. He also won McDonald's All- ...

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