With the NBA 2020 Draft starting on October 16th, teams now have more than enough time to scout for their prospects. Their search area won’t be limited only to the US prospects as the influential power from all over the world are waiting to be picked by the world’s most known basketball league.
This talented Frenchman was declared for the NBA 2020 Draft on April 5. In the last season, Théo averaged 7.3 points, 2.7 assists, and 1.9 rebounds. As for appearances, his record is not the least impressive. Over the last season, Théo stepped on the court 46 times in the EuroLeague, Pro A, and Leaders Cup. As a part of the French junior national team, this gifted point guard scored 20 points in the final against Montenegro in 2016 which granted his team a golden medal. The chances that he’ll be in the top-5 pick are really high. Deni Avdija An Israel-Serbian power forward can also boast of winning a gold medal for a national team. Deni not only has two gold medals for Israel, but he was also named a tournament MVP at the 2019 FIBA U20 European Championship. People see him as a strong playmaker, and, what is more important, an IQ-player. The only skill Deni was lacking at the time, was his defense skill, but this problem won’t last for long as we observed a visible improvement in this aspect during his last appearances.
This 20-year old prospect from North Carolina University has been successful at school, college, and with the national team. Cole was named MVP of his last 3 games of high scold, he’s been a part of the NC Ter Heels averaging 18,5 points, 5,7 rebounds, and 4 assists per game in 22 appearances in the last season. Apart from that, he scored a team-high of 18 points in a 113-74 win over Canada which helped the US to obtain a gold medal at the 2018 FIBA Under-18 Americas Championship being held in Ontario. No doubt such a skilled point guard will be among the first to be picked during the NBA 2020 Draft.
This may be the only person whom high-class team will the most fiercely fighting for is 19-year old Antony Edwards from Georgia. His exceptional physical attributes (6’5″ height, 22-pounds weight) along with superb footwork means he can impact winning. With the average score of 19,1 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game, not to mention a bunch of awards in his track records, Anthony is certainly the most desirable freshman for NBA teams and one of the best shooters in the entire sport, which will get even better with the appropriate team.
There’re a wide variety of players from all over the world that deserve to be picked first this October. We’ve listed the most desirable of them. How will they perform in the NBA is a guess on our part, considering the success they’ve achieved on the college level.
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