Dear Mr Annoymous Units: Maybe if you showed some proof of your numbers and or history, people would be a little more inclined to trust you and your opinion. Your Misterio Cape mantra is nice lipstick but what's underneath that? Allow me present a possible introduction. Hi Everyone, Sports and betting in general have fascinated me since I was a youngster selling ten cent, ten square, hockey pools. Have been handicapping full time online for three years and my record is 912-756-12-12 for a 23,301.58 unit return as of February 5, 2016. I am not always right, obviously, but I take pride in my craft and I hate losing at anything.
More of an athlete than fundamental basketball player
Needs to get stronger
Summary: Due to a rollercoaster season both on and off the floor, Richmond's journey to the NBA was sped up. He is not ready to be a contributor in the NBA but is still considered a borderline first-round pick due his potential, as well as the fact that the 2011 Draft class is very weak.
Player Comparison: Jamario Moon. Moon experienced a crazy ride before he got to the NBA, and Richmond may be in for a similar path. Moon left college early and bounced around in the NBDL and foreign leagues before finally finding a spot in the NBA. Both guys are extremely athletic, but like Moon, Richmond is not ready to be a rotational player in the NBA. If Richmond can realize his potential sooner than Moon did, he should have a better career. However, that is the question mark surrounding Richmond at this point of his career.