UCLA's freshman point/combo guard has incredible upside and a high basketball IQ. He is a great defender, solid scorer, solid passer, comes from a great basketball family, and is supposedly one of the hardest workers Howland has ever coached. College stats may not attract much attention, but played on a well rounded offensive team and has surprised many NBA scouts with his maturity and skill level. I personally feel if not taking him with our first pick at #4 (which would be risky, but GP's style) the kings should highly considered pulling strings to get him with our second pick, baring he lasts anywhere near that long.
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