2014 Lottery Mock Draft : Edition 2

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Jan 8, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard James Young (1) dribbles the ball against the Mississippi State Bulldogs guard Craig Sword (32) in the second half at Rupp Arena. Kentucky defeated Mississippi State 85-63. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports


#14. Orlando Magic – James Young, Kentucky

6′ 7″, 200 pounds, Small Forward

Stats through 16 games at Kentucky;

31.7 mpg, 14.6 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 2.2 apg, 38.8% FG, 32.1% 3PT, 67.1% FT

Strengths & weaknesses per DraftExpress.com

-Good size for a wing, measured 6-6 ½ at the Nike Skills Academy
-Very long arms, 6-11 wingspan
-Solid frame
-Left handed
-Very low, but quick release on jump-shot
-Elevates well creating separation from defender to get pull-up jumper off
-Can make shots with a hand in his face
-Just turned 17. Young for his class. Could still be growing?
-Very good potential on defense
-Solid rebounder
-Makes extra pass
-Plays with good energy level. Seems to be a good teammate

Maybe will get more athletic. When in rhythm he’s terrific…. Can pass.

-Good, not great athlete at this stage
-Doesn’t have a great first step, nor is he an incredibly explosive leaper
-Not a great ball-handler
-Can’t consistently create good shots around the basket in the half-court at a high rate yet
-Needs to improve right hand
-Can make 3-pointers but not quite a marksman just yet. Will take some bad shots on occasion
-Looks comfortable taking a back seat at times
-Lacks experience. Still figuring out how to use his talent consistently
-Gambles a lot on defense

From DraftExpress.comhttp://www.draftexpress.com#ixzz2qVLZwkm6


Out of 25 spins of the wheel, James Young went #14 to the Orlando Magic 25 out of 25 times.

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