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Tony WrotenWashington - Freshman (Born 1993)Center6'6" 203lbsThe Good:- 6'9" wingspan- great size for the NBA- good scorer- great at drawing fouls- good rebounder, especially offensively- can play either backcourt position- lefty- good playmaker- great in the open floor- potential- NBA athlete
The Bad:- horrible outside shooter- turnover prone- needs to work on his handle, especially his off-hand- makes some poor decisions on the floor- still very young - won't be able to step in & contribute immediately- horrible free throw shooterNBA Comparison: Tyreke EvansThe Skinny:A Tyreke Evans-like prospect available at the end of the first round? Tony Wroten is definitely worth the pick for a team in the 20-30 range.For more NBA draft player profiles, visit our 2012 NBA Draft Consensus Mock Draft
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The Grizzlies have selected Tony Wroten with the 25th pick in Thursday night's NBA draft.
Memphis was looking to fill a void at backup point guard and the 6-foot-6 Wroten from Washington has a reputation of being a passer and facilitator. He has the skills necessary to back up Memphis starter Mike Conley.
His shortcoming is his shot. Wroten shot 44.3 percent from the field...
The sky is the limit for Terrence Ross. Ross is a versatile scorer that can score in a multiple of ways. When he is on he can be deadly from deep. His real strength is his mid range game. Ross needs to work on his ball handling skills and get a little stronger for he can finish at the rim.
They have ton of athletic ability on the wing but they could use really use a...
Tony Wroten was selected by the Memphis Grizzlies with the 25th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey Thursday night. Wroten is the second Washington Husky to be picked, following Terrence Ross, who was taken eighth by the Toronto Raptors. He will join former UW standout Quincy Pondexter in Memphis.
Terrence Ross, a sophomore guard with the Washington Huskies, was taken by Toronto with the eighth pick in the 2012 NBA Draft Thursday night, held at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar took time out of a busy night in New Jersey as part of Terrence Ross' Green Room entourage to answer questions from the media about Ross and Tony Wroten being selected in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft Thursday night, and how that will impact Washington recruiting from now on. Romar also fielded questions about his new Twitter account!