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Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Josh Jackson

This piece is about Josh Jackson, an athletic Wing with two-way potential who figures to go in the lottery in the 2017 NBA Draft.

Kaisers Draft Notes: Pull-Up Jumpers

This piece will deal with pull-up jumpshots, what they mean for NBA offense, for individual players and for the 2017 NBA draft's prospects.

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: The Wrong Initiator

This piece is about the differences in the NBA today and of twenty years ago. Especially on offense, hinting at why choosing the right initiator matters.
Klay Thompson

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: Drafting For Fit in the NBA

This piece will deal with what "Drafting For Fit" should mean and look at some instances where it's appropriate, or even advisable.

Kaiser’s Draft Notes: De’Aaron Fox

This piece will explore De'Aaron Fox, his lack of strength and jump shooting. It will also look at Josh Jackson's jumper and try to put it into context.

What Draymond Can Teach Us About Lonzo Ball

This piece examines Draymond Green and concepts of team fit and what Draymond Green's success might mean in terms of the NBA future of Lonzo Ball

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.

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 issac

Jonathan Isaac, Individual Offense & Feel

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