Our starting right guard was injured and his replacement had a historically poor performance according to Pro Football Focus, along with just a bad performance overall by the rest of the line. Bruce Arians will get them back in shape; This is the exception, not the rule.
Yesterdays results: College B ball: KY -12 (teased) Pushes, which is a Loss in large teaser play at my House. Sure would have been nice to know that the Wildcats best player was sitting this one out (hurt elbow).........ARGG. NBA: Golden State gets pushed hard at Denver, but Curry and Co. still prevail by three which is enough for a second spot win (GST at Pick) in an ongoing teaser. NHL: Rangers still look a little stale (for whatever reason) but prevail 4 to 3 last night to get my hockey par off to a good start. Congrats to winners and back later with some picks.
Undersized to guard an NBA power forward but not quick enough to cover a small forward
Defending on the perimeter
Lacks ideal NBA athleticism
Breaking down defenders in one-on-one iso situations
Slow release on his jump shot
Will probably have to cut some weight to gain athleticism and quickness
Summary: Green capped off a stellar college career with an All-American-caliber senior season. There is still concern as to how his game will translate to the NBA since he doesn't have a true position at the next level. Still, I think he can potentially be a solid role player due to his intangibles and could get late first-round looks.
Player Comparison: Boris Diaw. Diaw is an undersized, jack-of-all-trades type of player who can impact in a game in many ways. Green is similar in that he can do a little bit of everything on the floor and doesn't need to be a scorer to make a positive impact on his game.