UCLA freshman Zach LaVine had a pretty up-and-done year in his lone season for the Bruins. The combo guard didn’t even start but put up double-figure games in nine of his first ten games in Westwood but played out of position for most of the year and averaged a mere 9.4 ppg and 2.5 rpg before he declared for this year’s NBA draft. But LaVine has since vaulted up draft boards because of his showing at the NBA Draft Combine, where he displayed an effortlessly bouncy game built around spectacular measurables. At 6’5″, LaVine’s 41.5-inch vertical and 6’8″ wingspan look great on paper. Now with the release of this video we get to see how he puts those bunnies (and a decent handle) to use.


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  • angry3

    That’s “incredible” if you’re completely unfamiliar with the concept of editing and have never watched an NBA game and have never seen a million other workout videos of talented, athletic players who end up mediocre pro players.