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General managers and scouts feel that Hinrich has the size (6-3), speed and stroke, to go with a healthy set of intangibles you’d expect from a coach’s son, all of which should bring him success on the NBA level.
But scouts love his game because he does so many things well. His eye for the right pass, knowledge of the game and court savvy are rare in this age. And he hopes teams take into account his history of success at Kansas, participant in the last two Final Fours.
“I think I match up really well, with my size and strength, the versatility,” said Hinrich. “When they break down the pros and cons, I don’t think there are many things that they say I can’t do.”
 
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