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Measured out at 6'8.5" in shoes, 7'2.75" wingspan, presents a very unique skillset with his size and passing ability. Can score in multiple ways, handles with ease, seems to be a good rebounder, and by all accounts appears to play with a high IQ.

 

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Hey @BlakeJesus, video in the wrong thread?

 

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Currently projected 25th to the Rockets by DraftExpress, but he's another guy I could see going higher. Grizzlies at 22nd? Thunder at 21? Suns at 18? Even Hawks at 15? He's very unique, he can provide a very useable dynamic for teams to utilize.
 

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Hawks are high on Anderson, but I hope he is not the pick. His YouTube video's look like they are in slow motion.
 

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Imagine if he falls to the Spurs @Bogg. They give him a year to get in a shape, probably playing some minor roll in the team as a rookie. He develops into a super crafty mismatch for a team that would know how to play to his strengths.
 

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I think he is going to be a good off the bench forward capable of playing the 3 and 4. I think he is more small ball 4 though due to lack of athleticism.
 

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Imagine if he falls to the Spurs @Bogg. They give him a year to get in a shape, probably playing some minor roll in the team as a rookie. He develops into a super crafty mismatch for a team that would know how to play to his strengths.
It'd be neat if he got the chance to spend a few seasons watching Boris Diaw do what he does. Anderson seems like the kind of multi-position guy the Spurs could turn into a nice player, too, if his three-point shooting is for real.
 

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Imagine if he falls to the Spurs @Bogg. They give him a year to get in a shape, probably playing some minor roll in the team as a rookie. He develops into a super crafty mismatch for a team that would know how to play to his strengths.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand he slipped to the Spurs.
 
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