Standing as one of the most prolific 3-point shooters this 2020 NBA Draft, Arkansas’ Isaiah Joe should draw the interest of the Milwaukee Bucks next month.
It was far from a guarantee that Isaiah Joe would enter the 2020 NBA Draft. If not for extended deadline as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Joe wouldn’t have entered his name in this year’s draft.
After originally declaring for the draft, Joe announced his intentions to return back to Arkansas for his junior season at the beginning of August just ahead of the NCAA’s early entry deadline.
But with the NBA’s early entry deadline coming a couple weeks later, Joe capitalized on the loophole and re-entered this year’s draft to forgo the rest of his college eligibility and cited all of the uncertainty surrounding this college basketball season at the time in his announcement.
Of course, Joe wouldn’t have done such an about-face if he hadn’t felt good about his NBA prospects and that comes with good reason, considering he comes armed with a skillset that will should interest plenty of NBA teams.
In his 26 appearances for the Razoerbacks this season, Joe averaged 16.9 points on . 367/.342/.890 shooting splits, 4.1 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.4 steals across 36.1 minutes per contests.
So without further ado, let’s dive into the strengths and weaknesses of Isaiah Joe, how draft experts currently rate him ahead of next month’s draft and examine his potential fit with the Milwaukee Bucks.