From PIT - A proven inside presence on the defensive end during his collegiate career, Ndiaye displayed an intriguing offensive game at Portsmouth. He doesn’t have great hands, but once he catches the ball inside he is able to comfortably turn to either shoulder and shoot a fairly soft and high percentage jump hook. His touch has improved to the point that he can effectively score when he gets looks inside and as a result he is now much more confident posting up and demanding the ball. Athletically and length wise he is a specimen and if he catches the ball in the vicinity of the basket he will try to dunk everything. He also impressed with his jump shot, he didn’t flash it often, but the few times that he did he showed a solid stroke and good ball trajectory. There is no doubt that he is still a work in progress, but he has come a long way in such a short time and he may have a shot in the league at some point down the road.