My upcoming Guide To NBA Drafting appears to be the first of it’s kind. Teaching you not just what to think about any given draft, but teaching you How to think about drafting in general.
Taking a holistic approach to the draft process, this draft guide will give you the wide frame of reference and vocabulary you need to become an elite basketball talent evaluator. Scouting is an inter-disciplinary field, currently dominated by one-trick-ponies like math nerds and poorly educated former players.
Learn how to incorporate and properly prioritize the fields of psychology, group psychology, holocultural studies, physiology, statistics, franchise-building strategy, and how rule changes affect how you should view all of the above fields.
Most draft “experts”, scouts, and even G.M.s are either basketball specialists or math/business specialists, and very few have the broad liberal arts and social science education that is needed to be truly exceptional as talent evaluators. And of course, most liberal arts types don’t have the basketball background and passion for the sport required.
Get the competitive edge over the vast majority of the draft world by becoming a draft Renaissance man. This draft guide is a quick read, distilling my decades of study and my work experience at NBA headquarters (And CBS Sports headquarters) into a dozen easily digestible guidelines for how to approach the process of evaluating basketball talent.
Check out my talent evaluation track record if you haven’t already: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j00IQS2EP94&t=2s
Greek Freak, Nurkic, Jokic, Gobert, Porzingis, Saric, Myles Turner, Thon Maker, Jaylen Brown, I was much higher on all these guys before their drafts than the rest of the draft community. I wouldn’t be publishing this draft guide if I didn’t have the track record of an exceptional talent evaluator, and I’m getting better every day. Find out ALL my tricks in the upcoming, first of its kind, Scouts Honor Guide to NBA Drafting.
Coming soon, shortly after the NCAA Tournament ends.