|Okungwu, Onyeka||USC||6'10"||245||C||frosh.||Okungwu is more than just a Pick-N-Roll dunk threat. He has some finesse. He has a 7'2" wingspan. He runs the floor well. He has a reliable push shot in the paint. He also will drop nice interior passes. He averaged 16.2 points (61% FG), 8.6 rebounds, and 2.9 blocked shots per game as a freshman at USC. He was named to the All Pac-12 First Team. He only attempted four, three-point shots, making. one (25%). He connected on 72% of his free throws. …Okungwu scored in the post at a high rate in his lone season at USC. He presents a target and does his work early to carve space. ...He had nearly twice as many turnovers as assists, an area he must improve upon. ...He led the Pac-12 in boxscore plus/minus. ...Right-handed. ...Still comes across as a bit of a kid but he might be the safest BIG man pick in this Draft. The depth of the Center position in the NBA will add another quality player in Okungwu.|
Our best advice: in 2011, the 7th pick was Bismack Biyombo. We advised, "draft Kawhi Leonard."
Our most sketchy advice: in 2003, the 7th pick was Kirk Hinrich. We advised, "draft Mike Sweetney."
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