Levi has some offensive skill including a nice looking shot from 15, and some post moves. His lack of height and lift cause him some problems against lengthy defenders. The key for a guy like Levi is to create the contact and not let the taller defender extend.bhoovy wrote: ↑January 30th, 2020, 2:30 pmClearly the most improved? That’s purely your opinion as most improved is completely up for debate.82catfan wrote: ↑January 30th, 2020, 1:26 pm
I don't understand your criticism of Levi Stockard. He has clearly improved from last year, possibly the most improved player on the team. His defense is better and he commits less fouls. On offense he has made some timely short jumpers and goes up strong underneath. The effort he has made to improve should be congratulated.
And goes up strong? Not sure what games you’ve been watching but that’s one of my biggest gripes with him is he doesn’t go up strong very often at all.
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