#20 Doron Lamb | G

Hometown: Queens, NY     

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 195

Position: Shooting Guard

Team: Kentucky

Class: Sophomore

Right-handed… There may not be a more underrated player in the country due to all of his surrounding talent, but on any other team, Lamb would be a star for sure. He is a tremendous offensive talent, capable of playing either guard spot and excelling in his role. Lamb is versatile enough to hit with the utmost consistency from well-beyond the 3-point arc, or put the ball on the floor, take it to the rim where he is such a fantastic finisher in the lane or, where Lamb is really so dangerous, is when he pulls up from mid-range. His ability to score from all three of these areas makes him one of the most dangerous scorers in the country… While he is lethal as a scorer, Lamb can also handle the ball and play point guard as well. In Kentucky's offense, almost everyone serves as a point guard or primary ball-handler at some point (Marquis Teague, Darius Miller, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist), but Lamb has excelled in this role when he initiates the offense.

Lamb is slightly undersized for his NBA future- he isn't quite a 2, but not really a true-1 either. His playmaking, court vision and assist-to-turnover results show he can make the transition to point guard, but he has yet to really play many minutes in that role. He is more of a shooting guard, but in my mind, there is no doubt he can play the point.
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