With the Kessler pick, I'm sure that Cleveland was in danger of getting two Millen grades in one Draft.. Has it ever been done before? Two Millens in one Draft? Anyway, I'm really proud of the Bears and Jaguars; they seem to know what they are doing. The Colts have greatly improved also; job security on a short leash works wonders sometimes. What about Romeo Okwara out of Notre Dame (3-4 DE)? Could this kid from Nigeria be a good pick? Also could the fall of Andrew Billings be explained? Instead of Niagra Falls and the 4 falls of Buffalo, we have the Billings falls.
Good results overall yesterday in sports. MLB: Closed and won a par with the Cubs -1.5 RL -135. Got another win win par with Balt game over and Seattle last night. I win two start up par plays..thank you Mets game Over and Rays game Under. Not posted (must have skipped it) but I do lose one par with the Under in the Cards game. NBA: Won another basketball teaser with Portland -2 last night...(Whew!) NHL In a well played game I lose a par with the Blues loss, albeit slightly hedged to take some of the sting out of the defeat. Congrats to winners and back later with some plays.
Excels in transition whether he is finishing or finding an open teammate
Good three-point shooter
Bit of a tweener who will need to learn to effectively run the point to reach his full potential
Can be taken advantage of on the block by bigger guards
A surprisingly poor free throw shooter
Summary: Bradley is an extremely gifted player on both ends of the floor. Unfortunately for his NBA future, he does not have a true position which affects his draft placement. If he turned pro after this season, Bradley would still be a borderline lottery pick. Ideally, he would return to Austin and learn to play the point, but the 'Horns already have a few young point guards on their roster so it will be interesting to see whether or not he declares for the 2010 NBA Draft.
Player Comparison: Randy Foye. Foye is a talented offensive player who primarily played the off-guard position in college. Yet, due to his size, Foye was asked to run the point and has to smoothly transition to that role. Bradley is likely to suffer a similar fate as he is undersized to be a true two at the next level, but is not a true point guard either. He is absolutely the definition of a tweener.