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Shot Inside: 82
This attribute refers to shots right around the rim. A lot of the guards on the game have a low rating here (maybe just because they're not down there much).
Irving will convert most of his opportunities in the paint.
Shot Close: 81
This refers to shots from around the 5'-15' range. Irving is solid around this range right now. He'll certainly improve over the next couple years.
Shot Medium: 77
Irving is solid from about 15' to the three-point line. Just like most NBA rookie point guards, he'll need some work from this range.
Shot 3PT: 79
He was a very good three-point shooter during the 11 games he played this past season. He hit 18 of his 39 three-point attempts (46 percent).
His percentage will dip a bit as he transitions to the NBA three-point line, but he should develop into a solid, if not great outside shooter.
Shot Low Post: 35
Irving probably won't spend much time posting up during his career. That said, this shot isn't a terribly important skill for him to develop.
Free Throw: 86
He was a great free throw shooter this year, making 64 of his 71 attempts from the line. This is one skill that almost directly transfers to the next level.
He's not the biggest point guard, but Irving demonstrated the ability to get to the rim and finish over bigger defenders several times this past season.
He didn't dunk much at Duke, but he definitely can.
Standing Dunk: 25
We'll almost certainly never see a standing dunk from Irving in the NBA.
Shoot Off Dribble: 71
He showed a solid ability to set up his jump shot off the dribble while he was at Duke.
Shoot in Traffic: 67
Being on a team with several other good players, Irving got more open looks than Kemba Walker or Jimmer Fredette. He did take some shots in traffic though.
He's pretty good here, but can definitely improve.