Kyle Anderson scouting report
As the draft inches closer, Anderson is one of the most unique players on the board. He worked out with the Jazz on Friday morning, and revealed much of what the world already knew: He possesses one of the highest basketball IQs in the draft. He makes plays for others. He can handle the ball with aplomb, and he can rebound it and push it in transition.
But his lack of athleticism makes him quite difficult to read as a prospect. Simply put, "Slo Mo" is about as accurate a nickname as has been attached to a basketball player. There have been questions about which position Anderson can defend. And scouts love to ask same question: What is he, exactly?
"Heís just a basketball player, he really canít be defined," said Jazz VP of player personnel Walt Perrin. "Heís someone who can really play the game. He has a great feel out there."
-- Salt Lake Tribune