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    Had some free time today so I thought why not scout Kailex Stephens so here are my thoughts:

    The good:
    He's quick and very athletic and that's especially good knowing he is 6'7.
    He also seems like a great shooter saw him with great form knocking down some 3s, shot 40% this season.
    He also seems like a good energy plug that has a sort of better offensively Christian Williams vibe to it.
    He is great in transition, really great.
    Can knockdown big clutch shots.
    Has a solid mid range and pull up game too.

    Could improve:
    Overall Defense, he's a little raw there.
    Controlling the ball when dribbling at times.
    Working on mid range and 3 still as he is already good but can improve to become great.

    Overall this guy isn't being talked about much but he might be the Tre Williams of this class which means a guy we don't know much about but could make an impact right away. Excited to see what he can do.

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    Here are Kailex's sophomore year highlights. Wish there was some defense in it, but he can score.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeQ6...ature=youtu.be

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    He has a Harry Morgan-like arc on his 3-pt range and a quick nose for the basket. His great court awareness allows him to know what type of shot/move to use w/o contemplation after receiving a feed in traffic. Not something easily taught, but an "instinct. How many bigs over GL's career have you seen put the ball on the floor INSIDE w/ limited options? He's NOT one of them.

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    He led the team in rebounding and was 4th in 3FG% (40.3) on a team that shot 40% on 3's.
    On the downside, he is not a passer or a shot blocker.


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