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Royce White-Passing

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Published on Apr 10, 2012

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Passing: This is the aspect of his game that makes him a special player and weapon at the next level. His court vision is immaculate and he always has his head up looking for the set up play to teammates. Has great accuracy, timing and velocity on all of his assists, picking up a considerable amount of dimes per game. Can drive and kick, or create off the dribble and hit the cutter heading to the basket. Throws a nice lead pass, delivering the ball where his man will be right on time. Will be a trusted entry passer in the NBA to enter the ball into the post and get the ball to shooters coming off ball screens. A master of the handoff exchange, limiting space for defenders to challenge a shot and wedge his body in as a screen on the swap. Serious threat creating shots for teammates in the post and can pick apart teams if they send a double at him. Can really create offense for others and exploit defenses if given the chance, making him a unique match up at small forward with his ability to pass from the perimeter or post. The downside of this is he turned the ball over excessively, mostly off of bad and forced passes. Tries to squeeze difficult looks into the paint and throws some lazy passes on the perimeter on rotations at times too, accounting for a strong majority of his giveaways. Not all of his fault, as his teammates don't always see them coming or catch them, making a majority of their set up passes and some are bound to result in turnovers. Don't expect high turnover numbers passing to be a major issue at the next level, since he won't have to do everything and create most of his team's offense, leaving the need to force passes as less of an issue.

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