Troy Brown NBA Draft Scouting Report





SG 6-7 210 Oregon



  Standing Reach


 7/28/996-118-9 NA

A run/jump athlete with big time athletic ability and intriguing upside. Born to score the rock and has a nose for the ball.

A superior athlete with nice size and good length (6-11 wingspan) for the shooting guard position.

A high-flyer who can really play above the rim and bring the house down with impressive dunks.

Has good quickness and agility and a lot of shake and bake moves on the perimeter. Can get his shot off against most defenders, thanks to his quick first step and his ability to use the dribble to create space. A natural scorer who can score from three levels, Brown is developing a nice array of mid range moves including a fade-away jumper and a one-legged fall back J. His shooting mechanics are sound and stretching the floor is a legit part of his game.

Has the size and ability to become a solid defender and hold his own against NBA wings. His length shows up when going for loose balls and securing rebounds and he can be a pesky defender.

Can play too wild and out of control and needs to do a better job with his shot selection and overall decision making on the court.

Brown is a long and wiry athlete but not very strong. He needs to put in a lot of work in the weight room to reach his potential as a defender and to help him finish through contact.

Flashes Jamal Crawford type ball handling and scoring ability and has some Felipe Lopez in his game.

Projection: possible first round pick in the 2018 or 2019 NBA Draft

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