Page updated as of 4/8/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2017 rankings were finalized on 6/22/2017.
Projected Draft Range: Likely Undrafted
Decent shooter from all over the floor
Decent scorer off the dribble
Very good free throw shooter
Decent defensive player that can get steals
Better than advertised athlete
Smart player that has very good intangibles
Struggles to consistently create his own shot
Struggles to score in traffic
His three-point shooting has tapered off
May have shot selection issues
Unselfish to a fault
Can play too wildly on offense
Struggles to match up against length and athleticism
Not an elite athlete
Undersized to play the point
Old for a draft prospect, may have limited upside
Siyani Chambers is a game manager that generally does a good job of running the team effectively. He also excels at knocking down threes, and is a better defender than given credit for.
But sometimes he’ll rush his moves, which can lead to missed shots and bad turnovers. Chambers doesn’t have the size or elite athletic ability that most teams look for out of a point guard, and not much about his game seems to stand out initially.
But he plays with a lot of heart, and he is a smart player that will compete. Right now, his limitations may make it tough for him to be drafted, but he could end up on an NBA summer league roster this year or sometime down the road.
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