Brooklyn Nets NBA Draft 2017 – Draft Guide – 7 Guards to Watch
Luke Kennard is a cold-blooded scorer, likely the best pure shooter in the draft (don’t tell Malik Monk.) But Kennard is more than just a shooter. He’s creative off the ball as a cutter, and attacks off the dribble fluidly. Kennard’s ballhandling lends well to a secondary ballhandler role. The Duke product may struggle on defense, but his offensive upside would fit any team scheme. At worst, Kennard will be a bench shooting assassin. DraftExpress pegs Kennard at pick 11 while The Ringer has him ranked at pick 15.