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CJ McCollum 2012-13 Scouting Video



6'3" 192 lbs
6'6" Wingspan

24 PPG
5 RPG
3 APG
50% FG
52% 3PT
85% FT


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Strengths:
Scoring Versatilty
Basketball IQ
Rebounding For Position
Off Ball Defense
Intangibles

Weaknesses:
Natural PG Skills
On Ball Defense
Finishing Ability
Broken Foot - Jan.5




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BrowDown
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re: CJ McCollum 2012-13 Scouting Video


At 3-6? He'd better be the next Lillard. I love the kid but man what a reach.





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Sammobile
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Yes, it would probably have to be us trading down or getting other pick.

Some peope think he can be this draft's Lillard, the are the same size and game. Both stayed all 4 year, it will be interesting to see how his athleticism will test out at the combine. Lillard rose from around 10+ range to the 6th spot after his showing there. Their numbers are almost identical:









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The Dirty Bubble
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If he isnt picked in the top 8 he will be the steal of the draft.





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MrBlue105
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2.9 assists pg with 2.7 topg... red flag don't want but might prefer to trey burke with EG





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corndeaux
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AST rate is a little worrisome, but that can also be attributed to the quality of his teammates.

The TOs are probably pretty good given a high USAGE rate for McCollum. That's one thing that was remarkable with Lillard- he did not turn the ball over considering how often he handled the ball.

If anything McCollum seems too similar to what they project Rivers to be.






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The Dirty Bubble
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yeah the only problem i notice is that he doesnt show any explosiveness





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MrBlue105
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I can't have a pg with an assist/to ratio lower than david west





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corndeaux
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Context, bro.

Ast/TO ratio is a flawed stat. Steve Novak has hafdseasons with better ast/to numbers than CP3

Look at the AST rate and TO rate of McCollum, Lillard, and West.

McCollum has very similar numbers to Lillard and much superior to West






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quote:

3 APG

quote:

Weaknesses:
Natural PG Skills
On Ball Defense
Finishing Ability


i'll pass






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FeechLaManna
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I love his game, I think he'll find a place in the league as people with his skill set often do. That said, I wouldn't want him 3-6





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McCollum is a stud. And if he would of been healthy this year, you would be hearing a lot more about him. I like him a lot. Especially considering how weak this draft is.

In regards to his lack of assists, he played at Lehigh. They didn't want him to pass the ball because there was nobody else on the team worth a damn.






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BarbaricPelican
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Come the combine and this kid can shoot up into the top5-6...





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