@Peezus Most of his score at will points come off a fast break against 6'3 or smaller guards. If you really think Ben Simmons is going to be scoring 20ppg like LeBron James, your crazy. I love the way he plays, sits by the free throw making plays for others. His defense is incredible. And his rebounding skills is great. But what I'm saying is if he can't knock down shots in the NBA, he will not be a franchise player.
Effectively uses his floater to get shots off over bigger defenders
Creative scorer when he gets into the paint
Quick first step in taking defenders off the dribble
Moves well off the ball
Very effective in transition using his quickness and craftiness as a scorer
A shooting guard trapped in a point guard's body
Very streaky shooter
Not a true floor general when running the point
Lacks outstanding athleticism
Good, but not great defender
Summary: There is no questionning Reynolds ability as a scorer. But because he is undersized to play the two in the NBA, he will need to prove he can run the point to have a chance at the next level, which he has not truly done yet at Villanova. Still, with his ability to hit shots from the outside, he should get plenty of looks in the second round.
Player Comparison: Eddie House. House has made a living in the NBA because of his deadly three-point shooting ability. At 6-1, House is very undersized as an NBA shooting guard and lacks the true skills of a point guard. Reynolds faces those same challenges.