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Isaiah Canaan's absurd consistency lets you know that his talent isn't a fluke.
He's scored at least 20 points in 21 of the team's 29 games.
Canaan will enter the NBA as an elite three-point shooter with deep range, a nice perk to have from a guy who will have the ball in his hands.
Only five times time all year has Canaan not made at least two three-pointers in a game. He's shot over 40 percent from downtown as a freshman, sophomore and junior, and though at 38 percent as a senior (an impressive number regardless), he's making a career-high 3.1 per game.
Setting aside the skills, Canaan possesses the "it" factor that doesn't get documented on box scores, and it's going to help him overcome his physical limitations as an under-the-rim guard.
He's a Raymond Felton clone if I've ever seen one.