The NBA 2020 project is getting closer and closer and talented people from all over the world are eager to find out where they will be playing next season. In this article we look at the top five winged players in the classroom.
In the current NBA, the flanks have to be versatile. They are often asked to keep the best player on the other side of the field and at the same time ensure offensive promotion on the other side of the field. Some of the biggest players in the game were progressive, including Julius Erwing, Scotty Pippen, Lebron James and Larry Byrd. However, the prospects of this class are only at the beginning of their journey to greatness.
The NBA teams have already thoroughly reviewed the evaluation processes, but there is not yet a clear consensus on who should take the lead in general. Will it be the ball of La Melo, the ball of Anthony Edwards or the ball of Killian Hayes?
Without further ado, farewell to our top five NBA Draft 2020 crusaders:
5. Saddik Bay
At 1.80 m and 216 kg, the Villanova-Saddik Bay is long enough to take up several positions in the second year. The 21-year-old has a wingspan of 6 to 10 metres and is considered one of the most versatile wingers in this category. He also has a clean outside shot, a trait most teams look for in today’s NBA.
In his 31 appearances against the Wildcats last season, Bay scored an average of 16.1 points with 41.7 percent of the shots at goal (45.1 percent of the back), 4.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and just under one shank (0.8) at 33.9 minutes.
In his most recent simulation of the NBA Draft 2020 for The Ringer, Kevin O’Connor compared Bay’s game to that of DeMarre Carroll, Tobias Harris and Jay Crowder. For many, Bay is one of the most underestimated prospects in this project.
4. Patrick Williams
Williams is scored at 6’8 and 225 pounds, giving him the height he needs to compete at the NBA level. An 18-year-old freshman from Florida is cunning in his attacks and often finds a way to try his luck. But it’s also big enough to set up strong umbrellas and send a lot of shots in the defense. Given all this, he is an actor who can take on different roles.
In 29 FSU outings Williams scored an average of 9.2 points (32% in archery), 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 passes for 45.9% of archers.
In his game with the Seminoles, Williams was named the sixth man of the year by the CCA and was named the freshman team of the conference.
3. Devin Vassell
Vassell is another talented candidate from Florida. For many experts and analysts, the 19-year-old girl is one of the best defensive options in this category of NBA 2020 projects.
Vassell is a solid offensive weapon, but it’s also a force to be reckoned with in the defensive part of the court. He was the leader in Florida in terms of points scored (12.7 points per game) and rebounds (5.1 points per game). In addition to these impressive results, he came second in the team for blocks (29), passes (49) and steals (42).
With many professionals, Vassell is a player to watch out for in the future.
2. Isaac Okoro
On this year’s list of the best wings is Isaac Okoro, 19, a newcomer to Auburn.
With his 6-6 and 225 pounds, Okoro is an excellent defender, but some analysts want him to improve his perimeter throw. In 28 tiger qualifying tournaments, an Atlanta resident played an average of 12.9 points, an increase of 51.4 percent (28.6 percent in the city), 4.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists. Also note that he almost took a block and stole it for the game.
After Oberna’s regular season, the league’s coaches included Okoro on the SEC second team, the SEC newcomer team and the SEC defensive team.
In this context, Okoro will be a solid asset for most teams. It ends perfectly on the edge, where he can deliver with both hands. He also treats the ball with skill and always tries to avoid bad shots.
1. Avdiyah Day
Denis Avdiya is not only considered the best international player in the 2020 NBA plans, he is also our number one winger.
Although Avdiya is a striker, he plays more as a goalkeeper. He’s very smart in court, rarely makes unreasonable decisions. And at six feet, he can match some of the tallest wings in the NBA.
Avdiya loves to push the ball to the ground in the crosswalk, but her best quality might be playing a picnic. It’s an excellent basket finisher who can shoot with both hands. However, some scouts say he could use a little more lateral speed in defense.
Avdiya has received international recognition for her performance for Tel Aviv Maccabi in the Israeli Premier League and Euroleague basketball. Impressingly, he led the team to three Israeli championships.
In the 2019-20 campaign game in the Israeli League, the multifunctional wing scored an average of 13.5 points with 55.0% (38.7% in archery), 6.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists and slightly less than one block (0.9) per game.
In recognition of his excellent playing, Avdiya was appointed MVP of the Israeli League. The 19-year-old is the youngest player ever to receive this award and has also been named Israeli Player of the Year.
In the meantime, we have to wait and see if the job is done. The Project 2020 of the NBA takes place at 19.00 hours. And on Wednesday the 18th. November, with ESPN live.