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Isaiah Austin has been fairly productive and somewhat efficient, although you won't find too many guys at 7'1'' who sport a 46 percent field-goal percentage.
That's because it's been made pretty clear that Austin is a small forward with the body of a center.
The good news is he's grabbing almost nine rebounds per game. The bad news is that number is unlikely to translate because of how vulnerable he is inside against stronger, bulkier 4s and 5s.
He has shown the ability to connect from the perimeter, nailing 32 percent of his threes, including an average of one make per game.
He's also shown a soft touch in the post, with an array of moves where he can get off an uncontested shot.
The question is, what will his role be when he reaches the next level? He's simply too frail to bang inside and isn't overly quick on the perimeter.
There's no doubt there's talent and all sorts of intrigue considering his unique size, mobility and skill set. But he sounds a little risky as a top-10 pick, which is where we thought he might go earlier in the year.