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Aaron Gordon fouled out with over eight minutes to go against Utah, finishing with three points, three boards and five turnovers.
There's just no way he's ready for NBA action at this point, and without a true position, it seems hard to believe a team will feel inclined to reach on draft day.
Gordon has done a nice job of positioning himself for catch-and-finish opportunities at the rim, where his athleticism allows him to score in a variety of different ways.
But he's shooting just 28.6 percent from downtown, while his off-the-dribble and post games are both extremely limited.
Gordon has also been a disaster from the line—he's missed 71 free throws so far, while only making 50 (41.3 percent).
Sure, there's upside here if he can find a niche. But until he establishes an identity for himself, I'm not even sure what he brings to the NBA table other than strong effort and physical tools.