NBA Draft Edition: Paul George

June 14th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
Paul George
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George is probably the second most talented Wing in this year's NBA Draft. Like Wes Johnson, no one is questioning Paul George's ability to survey the court. Unfortunately for James Anderson, no one is scratching their head at his versatility that extends beyond shooting-from-three. Finally, unfortunately for Gordon Hayward, no one is inquiring about George's transition to a more physical league.

Paul George, unlike others, may not have the name recognition. However, Paul George may have just happened to pick the right time to come out. 

Despite playing in the WAC, where NBA personnel have mixed reviews concerning the readiness of a prospect and the competition one faces in-conference, George is starting to turn a lot of heads in higher positions.

He has a very delicate approach to the game, almost a relaxed motion. He can stretch the defense at efficient rates. George also lifts from the floor with ease, reminding some of Wilson Chandler, and to others, Joe Johnson. His shot-blocking potential projects well. His niche is all over the place with the versat ...

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