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Some guys enter the league with the physical tools and athleticism, like Andrew Wiggins. Others, like Doug McDermott, come in with the game and fundamentals.
Jabari Parker brings both to Milwaukee, where he'll be the early favorite for 2015 NBA Rookie of the Year.
Listed at 6'8", 235 pounds, Parker has the size to play through contact down low, where he's quicker and more elusive than most power forwards.
And he's exceptionally advanced offensively, when taking into account his handle, shot-creating and shot-making ability.
From step-backs and pull-ups on the perimeter to post-ups and finishes down low, Parker is a threat to score from just about every spot on the floor. We've even seen him grab defensive rebounds and take them coast to coast for slams.
The Bucks just don't have any guys in the frontcourt who can go get a bucket on their own. Given his strong one-on-one game, Parker should get plenty of touches and scoring opportunities right out of the gates as a featured member in the offense.
He'll struggle at the defensive end, but not to the point where it clouds his production as a scorer and rebounder.
I'm thinking Parker averages somewhere around 18 points and eight boards a game in his rookie year with the Bucks.