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SALT LAKE CITY - There's a lot more to Gonzaga than Adam Morrison and his wispy mustache. Good thing for the Zags, because they needed the whole package to...[details]
Strengths: Killingsworth was a beast of a college player, capable of punishing weaker players down low with his excellent combination of strength and skills. He has a terrific touch around the hoop and is very experienced getting to his more favorable left-hand. He's a smart player who understands his role. He's tough, physical, extremely wide and has a wide array of moves he can go to in the paint. His soft hands also make him a formidable rebounder.
Weaknesses: Killingsworth is essentially an undersized center who is unlikely to improve significantly due to his age (24-years-old). He is a below average athlete and not versatile outside the paint, getting most of his points by just being so much stronger than players who are often 4-5 years younger than him at the collegiate level. In the NBA, he will be asked to do all of the small things that he is just average at the moment.
Outlook: Killingsworth did not attend the Portsmouth Invitational, which could have helped him show off his value. He is not a lock to be invited to the Orlando pre-draft camp. He is at best a late second-round pick who will have to work his way onto an NBA team through summer league and/or training camp.
Comparison: Lonny Baxter
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