MarShon Brooks should study ...
Here's a veteran the Nets' rookie shooting guard should seek to emulate
Originally Published: April 13, 2012By David Thorpe | Scouts Inc.
Brooks has a natural feel for scoring, but he looks anything but natural when trying to score off a set -- pin-downs, single-doubles and the like. He uses just one speed when coming off screens and struggles to jump straight up on his shot. That makes it tough to get open and even tougher to make the shot, especially from long range.
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