-Johnson-Odom's 41.5 inch maximum vertical leap is a top-20 mark all time in our database, and across the board, Johnson-Odom excelled in each and every drill, not ranking below the mean in any test administered in Chicago. For that reason, he finished as the top player in our composite rankings, which takes all of his finishes at the combine into account.
Weezy wrote:? He plays like Harden based on what, the same highlight reels?.
purp n gold wrote:I had no idea we acquired DJO. Unlike most players in the draft I actually remember him playing at Marquette. I thought he was just a hustle guy for that team. But seeing how he tested well in the combine (best in class?!), his athleticism just might be NBA level. If it is, he can be a VERY useful for us.
For a backup, he doesn't need to run an offense. Hustle + creating his shot + defense is plenty. But bottom line we need athletes who can deal with the likes of OKC and Miami... that's just the direction the NBA is going in.
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