Here’s a breakdown of Marvin Bagley as the draft approaches.
The basic argument is that he’s an odd fit in the NBA now but that his hops and his rebounding make him a good prospect. His defense however is questioned which, as the writer points out here, is kind of hard to see since Duke played a lot of zone.
We’ll remind you of the time he played in a Pro-Am League and more than held his own - in high school and on both ends.
We’d also suggest anyone in a position to draft Bagley fully appreciate his desire to compete and improve. He’s going to keep at it.
Here’s a different way to look at Bagley: consider his quick hops and imagine him as a 6-11 version of Dennis Rodman, only minus the theatrics and the murderous dictatorial chums.
Oh, and with a real offensive game.
Could Bagley average 20 rebounds in the NBA? Well, yes. He could.
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