Knows how to create enough space to get his shot off
Free throw shooter
Using his body to help him score in the lane
Controls his body when attacking the basket
Not afraid of contact
Undersized for an NBA two guard
Ability to take defenders off the bounce
Lacks ideal athleticism for the next level
Perimeter defense against quicker guards
Summary: Freeman's ability to light it up from deep will earn him looks at the next level. However, his lack of ideal NBA athleticism and size are major deterrents to Freeman making a living in the NBA. He figures to be in the second-round or undrafted range of the 2011 NBA Draft.
Player Comparison: DeShawn Stevenson. Think the current version of Stevenson who is late in his career and relies on his three-point shooting to earn him minutes. Stevenson fits the mold of an NBA two-guard better because he is more athletic and taller than Freeman, but the Hoya will have to find a way to shoot his way onto an NBA roster.
I go 5-1 in MLB picks yesterday and with that I close and win a three team par...thank you Nats and I also get 5 ongoing pars that will need second tier spot choices. Those five will be Astros -185 (twice,) Rockies -110 (twice) and the Diamondbacks -128. I went back and forth on the Dodgers at Home against the Cubs and finally decided to let that game go. Goodl uck to all tonight. I may have one more play with the Nats today, but the weather looks risky (rain) and if I play it, I may start up a 4 team par witht them, four team, because if it gets rained out, I will still have the three team par odds going forward. GLTA today/tonight.