Although it's doubtful that the Kings will have a chance to draft Fox unless they make some sort of draft day trade, I thought it would be a good idea to do a just in case thread. I like Fox quite a bit, and I will admit that I'm a little biased toward Kentucky players. In general, their top players have a good success rate in the NBA. Fox is a freak athlete with an explosive first step off the dribble. He tends to play at warp speed, and despite that, he doesn't turn the ball over much, which attests to his ball handling ability. He has the potential to be a very good defender at the next level with above average lateral quickness. Although most of his defensive mistakes are due to a lack of BBIQ on the defensive end, (that's for Kingster) and a lack of strength (trouble fighting through screens). That said, there were no major criticisms of his defense this past season that leaped out at you. The biggest question had to to do with his ability to shoot off the dribble, and his overall shooting range. For most of the season he struggled with his three point shot, and in most instances, when off the dribble, his shot came up short. When squared up, and with his feet set, it was less of a problem. I'm including an article that does an excellent job of breaking down his shot mechanics, so I won't waste your time going over the same thing. I've watched a couple of Fox's recent workout videos, and he's made some corrections to his shot, and he appears to have spent a lot of time in the weight room as well. I should point out again that his shot improved the last third of the season, especially his mid-range shot, so that bodes well. http://fansided.com/2017/05/05/deaaron-fox-off-dribble-shooting-range-limit-nba-offenses/ And to further bore you, here's another article: http://fansided.com/2017/04/21/deaaron-fox-2017-nba-draft-prospect-shooting/ As you can see in the video, he's a monster in the open floor. There's a lot to like, but his shot has to improve, and he has to get stronger. The two are probably related.