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Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Chris Clarke

This piece focuses on Virginia Tech's Chris Clarke. Perhaps the most underrated player of the draft season so far. Everything but the J.

Magic Jumpshots: The Richard Hamilton Addendum

This piece once again examines the effect of a jump shooter's movement on an offense, specifically by looking at Richard Hamilton.

Malik Monk and Men With a Magic J

This piece tries to gauge just how valuable Malik Monk would be by looking at Monk with respect to many of the game's recent great shooters.

Jonathan Isaac, Individual Offense & Feel

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This piece attempts to view Jonathan Isaac's offensive game through the lens of recent college stars like Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker, etc . . .

Lonzo Ball, Wade Baldwin and Funky Shot Mechanics in the NBA

This piece looks at Wade Baldwin's early struggles, posits a guess as to why he suddenly can't shoot, and tells us what that might mean for Lonzo Ball.

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Lonzo Ball

A discussion of how Lonzo Ball uses dribbling to create efficient chances for teammates & how this ability might allow him to play on-ball with success.

Mikal Bridges Can Dribble: Video

This Mikal Bridges piece attempts to provide video evidence of Mikal Bridges ability to dribble, as it relates at least to his ability to attack a close-out

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Malcolm Brogdon

This is an NBA draft piece examining the success of Malcolm Brogdon and what it might demonstrate about the players in the 2017 draft, including Josh Hart.

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Mikal Bridges

In which we talk about Mikal Bridges' NBA draft prospects with respect firstly to his defensive ability, but also to his all-around offensive potential.