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25 - Spencer Dinwiddie

Colorado 

  • Birthday: 4/6/93
  • NBA Position: PG/SG
  • Class: Junior
  • Ht: 6-5
  • Wt: 200
  • Hometown: Woodland Hills, CA
  • High School: William Howard Taft
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Overall

91

NBA Comparison: Brian Shaw

Strengths: Shooting guard who excels at pushing the ball in traffic ... Relentless attacking the basket, particularly in transition. Fearless, aggressive, mentality attacking the rim despite a skinny frame ... Good outside shooter with a quick, concise release ... Very good spot up shooter ... Tremendous handle for a 2-guard. Had more assists than turnovers. Impressive for a freshman who handled the ball a fair amount ... Combine that handle with good speed and he is very difficult to contain when he gets a head of steam ... Shows solid creativity to finish off plays in transition with scoops and up and unders, even when facing a bigger or more athletic opponent ... His aggressive, attacking style results in a lot of trips to the FT line ... Very efficient player. Solid decision maker. Good composure, feel for the game ... Good length and fluidity ... Excellent finisher, despite many of those finishes being the below the rim variety ... As he gains a star reputation, many of those 50/50 foul calls that he forces refs to make are likely to go his way ...

Weaknesses: Needs to get a lot stronger ... Added body strength will make him even more effective finishing around the basket and also likely improve his explosiveness ... His fearless attacking style in transition can lead to charges and turnovers ... Finishes more often with finger rolls than dunks. Not the most explosive athlete, but has great speed and length and should gain some explosiveness as his body develops ... While he excels at spot up and transition, he needs to improve his ISO game ... While his length and fluidity and focus should make him a good defender in the long run, he needs to improve in that area. He obviously puts a lot more attention into his offensive game ...

Notes: Averaged 10 ppg as a freshman on solid shooting numbers (43% from 3) ... One of the more prolific and effective freshmen in the nation, and with the graduation of Carlon Brown, he'll likely be given the opportunity to be Colorado's main scorer as a sophomore ...

Aran Smith 10/21/12

December 30, 2010

July 21, 2009

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