Chris Singleton seems ripe with potential
There is nothing I like better in a draft prospect than a player who has produced every season in college at a high/efficient level while still showing room for upside. For example, a guy who has always shot well from 3-point range despite poor mechanics. I call this the "Courtney Lee guy," since Lee never shot worse than 39.7 percent from distance in four years of college despite jumping far too high on those shots and not having a consistent follow-through. Making that percentage of his shots with average mechanics suggested he simply had a real talent for throwing the ball in the hole, so his risk of being a poor shooter in the NBA was very small.
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