Junior college transfer Jamarr Sanders has a good combination of size, strength and speed. Standing 6'5, Sanders lead both the team and the conference in scoring at 17.7 points per game, and also chips in with 5 rebounds per game. His main weapon for this is his jumpshot, for which he knows how to get open off the ball. In accordance with the Blazers' mantra, he also chips in some defense and hustle to go along with that offensive production. Attempts to put the ball on the floor usually result in turnovers, however, and consistency has been a problem.
Millsap's one-time team mate at UAB averaged 11.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 33 minutes per game for the Austin Toros last season, shooting 46% from the floor and 37% from three. He is a perfect D-League role-playing off-guard. However, from the next level standpoint, there's no one thing to hang the hat on. His shot is good but not great, and his defense, while solid, isn't the calibre of the previous two players.
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