Notes: 2011: Selected by LA Lakers in 2nd round (41st overall) of the NBA Draft.
2010-2011 Third-Team All-Big Ten Conference selection...A prototypical point guard who decided to forgo his final two collegiate seasons to enter this draft...Scored 15.0 ppg to go along with 6.7 apg and 4.0 rpg as a sophomore...Shot 48.9 percent from the floor this past season despite hitting just 25 percent shooting from three-point range...Has ideal size for the position and uses long arms to his benefit...Top-flight distributor who sees the floor extremely well and understands strengths and weaknesses of teammates...Does turn the ball over a bit too much and can try to force the flashy pass at times...Needs to get better in regard to three-point shooting.
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