Zeller is not nearly as good as his younger brother - Tyler, a starter at North Carolina - and nor does he play like him. Whilst Tyler makes his living with hook shots and movement around the basket, Luke mainly takes jumpshots, and subsequently shot 39% in his senior season despite standing 6'11. Furthermore, his senior season averages of 4.9ppg and 2.8rpg were also career highs, which is slightly worrying in almost 15 minutes per game. And it's not as though he defends like Connor Atchley.
Zeller played last year in Japan, averaging 8.2ppg and 7.2rpg in 22 minutes of 50 games for the Shiga Lakestars of the BJ League. He was also playing in Lithuania up until two weeks ago, averaging 5.2 points and 3.7 rebounds for Naglis-Adakris Palangos.
[...] (Strangely, the league leader in assist/turnover ratio is 6'11 Bakersfield jumpshooting centre Luke Zeller, with a 4.3:1 mark. Luke also has 75 three point attempts to only 4 free throw attempts. He is a centre in height only.)
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