26. Doron Lamb 6-4 210lbs Sophomore Kentucky SG/PG
2011-12 stats: 31.2 mpg, 13.7 ppg, 47%fg, 46%3ptfg, 82.6%ft
Prediction: Late 1st round pick
Strengths: You could have a legit argument on who’s the best shooter in the draft between Doron Lamb and John Jenkins. If you’ve watch Kentucky play over the last two season, you have seen the natural, sweet, shooting stroke Lamb possesses. Lamb has one of the highest basketball IQ’s in the draft. His ability to play off the ball is rare for a player his age. He’s also added the floater in the lane to his arsenal as well. He also has the ability to run the point as well, and does a good job taking care of the ball and running the offense in the halfcourt. Honestly I think Lamb is one of the more underrated players in this draft and he will have a long productive NBA career.
Weaknesses: Is undersized at the two guard position. Is a willing defender, but not the greatest defender. His lack of ideal size could hurt him at the next level against NBA 2-guards.