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mrjames 
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Reg: 11-21-04
02-24-19 09:03 PM - Post#277890    
    In response to SRP

Much like Noah, though even more acute due to the loss of so much of the season due to injury, it's clear if you watch him that he's got all the tools. There are correctable problems that he'll have to work at (for Noah, it's what you can and can't get away off the dribble and the myriad turnovers that's resulted in... for Jaelin, it's completing the move).

But yeah, Jaelin's at 37.5% at the rim and taking 45% of his shots there. So the good news is that he can get to the rim. The bad news is obvious, though. The Siyani comparison may be a little off, because Siyani was actually a decent rim finisher when he could get a look, but couldn't even create those looks (his % of shots at the rim was like half of Jaelin's).

My hunch is he'll figure that out. And when he does, he's going to be in high, high demand at the next level.
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