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JaMychal had a very good game last night. Wonder how good he could have been if he could have played PF and had someone around him to do more of the dirty work. He was too emotional to be an undersized Center. Here is a write up from his game yestersay.
The nightcap matched the Portsmouth Partnership squad against Mike Duman Auto Sales, the final two teams to make appearances in this year’s event. And they certainly didn’t disappoint. The game, won by Portsmouth Partnership, featured four players worthy of closer inspection by the NBA contingent on-hand this week. JaMychal Green (Alabama) put up a videogame-like stat line with 29 and 10 (6 off.) on 14-18 shooting. Most impressive about the 6’8” 240 lb. forward’s performance was the way in which he went about his business. Green didn’t try to become someone is isn’t. He didn’t attempt a 3 (only took 10 all year and 17 in his college career). What he did do was space-out beautifully after setting ballscreens and pop for 15-17 jumpers and consistently knock them down. He played volleyball on the offensive glass and ran the floor with a purpose (ran straight to the rim in transition many times) and was rewarded for doing so on more than one occasion. Had crowd roaring after an alley from Jordan Theodore in the first half. Along with Chace Stanback, Green gets my nod of approval for most-likely to land on an NBA roster at some point in the next calendar year from this group.
Or he just didn't have the right attitude to live up to his potential. He had games at center where he was dominant. Him playing center in college wasnt what hampered him. He had the length and size to gaurd the 5 and other team's 5s shouldn't have been able to gaurd him. Poor attitude on and off the court is what stopped him. Suspended at least once every year Grant was here, and if you are on campus you know how he was in the classroom(Or wasnt in the classroom).
J. Green screwed over his college career. When he played from Team USA last year he was a beast. He never gave Alabama that kind of game consistently. I dont know why. I believe he'll play in the NBA.
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