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The biggest concern with Strickland is the knee injury he suffered in the second half of last season.
At 6'3", he's capable of taking over at the point and at shooting guard if needed. His athleticism in the fast break is lethal, and his wingspan can make him an asset on defense and on the boards.
His shooting, especially outside, is a major hole in his game. However, his speed and ability to finish at the rim could make up for that.
He's also capable of using his athleticism to create shots near the rim by slashing to the basket.
Though a lot of his athleticism can be used to his benefit on offense, he might have more to gain from defense. His size and speed suggest that he could be a solid defensive player in the pros.