Ability to power dribble to the right and get to the rim
Quick spin move on the block
Rarely forces the issue; takes what is given to him
Touch around the basket
Limited moves on the block
Aggressiveness on the glass
Slightly undersized to be a center; not skilled enough to be true power forward
Summary: After massively underachieving for his first three years at Georgetown, Sims has had a breakout senior season which has given him some buzz as a likely second-round pick. NBA teams are always in need of size and there are not a lot of true big men in the 2012 NBA Draft, so Sims should hear his name called.
Player Comparison: A poor-man's Joakim Noah. This is a bit of a stretch but there aren't a ton of big men who possess the passing ability of Sims. Noah is one of them, and like Sims, the Bulls center has a fairly limited offensive game and relies on his energy to be a productive NBA player. In no way do I think Sims will ever be a starter at the NBA level like Noah, but the two do have similar skills.
First you do not understand what ainge is doing he is devolping a team for the next 5 to 7 years, next year with the draft choice there will be 4 to 5 new player. One who they will try to get is Hayward from Atlanta, so the max players you are talking about are anthony, hortford, hayward do not get you out of east. I have also been told by friend a reporter, that Porzinzis or Anothony davis are the only 2 player that Ainge will trade top pick for, thats you can take to bank.For more information there was a trade on table for anothony celtic and ainge refuse to part with Crowder, and no picks were involved.so unless Porzinzis is involve i would redo your mock draft, not fustration just reality from my people who know a little whats going on in front office