Wednesday, April 4, 2012

J.J. Frazier and Southern Kings

Didn't watch all of the video below, but I have to admit that I wasn't encouraged.

Frazier will have to grow some, develop his body a lot and learn to go to his right much more effectively. I want to be fair to our recent commit, but it's hard to dismiss the memory of seeing Kentucky put together their squad to win the SEC and ultimately the national championship.

Would Calipari have even considered Frazier? Would any other team in the SEC have offered or given Frazier their first 2013 scholarship?

Unless I missed something, my read is that Frazier will have a very difficult time defending bigger point guards. He'll struggle with finishing at the rim against SEC competition. Maybe we can get Tony Parker to commit and stay for at least a couple of years. Frazier's role might then be to break the press and set up for easy looks after our opponents double-team Parker in the post.

J.J. Frazier

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

J.J. Frazier is good he's going to play well in the sec its not always about height and if ya'll we're real basketball players and played the game ya'll would know that. He scored 29 points on a 6'7 shooting guard and that's what coach fox saw so say what you want but he's good!