@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.
Leaping ability makes him an effective rebounder on both ends of the floor
Quickness and length helps him defensively
Can guard multiple positions
Has proven he can overcome adversity
Inconsistent mid-range game
Shot selection is at times questionable
Struggles finding his touch at the free-throw line
Not a great ball-handler
Too often goes for the big block which makes him a liability at times on defense
Summary: Robinson nearly quit basketball a year ago, but fought through adversity and proved to be a very valuable contributor to UConn's Final Four team. There is no questioning his tremendous athletic ability, and with his outside shot dramatically improving, he stock has risen faster than anybody's in college basketball, as he is a serious lottery prospect.
Player Comparison: Daruis Miles. Miles came into the NBA with outstanding athletic ability and the label of a great finisher at the basket. Robinson is as athletic as anybody in the college game. Miles struggled with his perimeter game at the next level, and that will be Robinson's biggest hurdle in making the jump to the NBA.