Today, the NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report looks at another Kentucky player, but this one is an oddity – he is a senior. Darius Miller got the chance to cap off his Wildcats career with a Championship, and while he was skilled, his experience has helped guide the flood of 1 and 2 year players the last couple of years. Miller has shown that he can do a lot of little things on the court to help his team, but does it all add up to a good NBA player? Let’s take a look:
Darius Miller, Kentucky – Senior
Guard/Forward - 6'8, 235
9.9 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 2.1 apg, 47.4% FG, 79.7% FT, 37.6% 3FG
Perimeter Shooting- Miller has the makings of a good perimeter shooter. He has good form, a high, quick release and decent range. He will need to make improvements in a few key areas. First, he is an average shooter off the dribble, but he needs to do a better job getting himself square before shooting, and not drifting back or to the side. Also, he needs to become more consist...