Won't be saying "blew it" when elliot goes for 1300 yds and 12 tds with a rookie of the year title. I think the first 3 teams blew by taking an elite player. There's always going to be questions about a qb translating into the NFL. Is there a question elliot won't be a problem bowler this year?
Back to the basket game is still developing especially against quality big men
Creating his own shot off the dribble
Summary: Jan Vesely chose not to enter the 2010 NBA Draft despite being a likely lottery selection. That decision has seemingly paid off as he has made a major impact overseas against some of the better competition in Europe. His versatility and athleticism for a 6-11 player is incredibly appealing to NBA scouts, and as his body develops, he should only become more dangerous in his all-around game. It is because of that he is being projected as a possible top-five pick.
Player Comparison: Andrei Kirilenko. Vesely has a long way to go in becoming the defensive player that AK47 has been in the NBA, but their length and athleticism are very similar. Both players make an offensive impact at the rim and have been inconsistent outside shooters, but Vesely has shown growth his his all-around offensive game. Kirilenko can play either forward spot in the NBA and Vesely should be able to as well.