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23 - Alex Tyus

Florida 

  • Birthday: Unknown
  • NBA Position: SF/PF
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-8
  • Wt: 207
  • Hometown: St. Louis, MO
  • High School: Harmony Community
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2011

NBA Comparison:

Strengths: Athletic and energetic defensive-minded forward who plays with high energy and is able to make a contribution by finishing around the basket and by rebounding the ball…Tenacious and annoying defender to the point where he tries to bother his matchup and get under their skin… Good athleticism and quickness for the power forward position in the NBA; runs the floor well and has some hops to his game… Good lateral quickness allowing him to stay in front of his man on defense… Long arms, with a near 7-foor wingspan, despite being only 6’7, will allow him play power forward on the next level… Very active rebounder; average 6.2 boards in 25 minutes per game, nearly 10 per 40 minutes… Uses his long arms to block shots and get a hand in his man’s face… High energy, high motor type of player; infectious player, who brings energy to the entire team… Relatively good strength (lower and upper body) despite being thin… Tough-nosed player, who doesn’t back down…

Weaknesses:

No real offensive game… His scoring repertoire is strictly limited to dunks and finishes right at the rim because of his poor touch and because he has almost no ability to create with his back to the basket… Scores most of his points off of garbage baskets… no ability to play the small forward position (offensively) at the NBA level… Undersized for the power forward position at 6’7… Definition of a tweener… Had better stats as a sophomore than as a senior; didn’t drastically improve his game over his collegiate career… Not a good shooter; shot 63% from the charity stripe and 50% from the field, despite scoring mostly off of garbage baskets… No offensive perimeter game… Averaged less than a block and half a steal per game; not great for someone trying to make the NBA purely off of defensive-ability…

Elliot Grossman 6/21/11

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