With the Milwaukee Bucks having reportedly met with Immanuel Quickley, let’s look more into the game of the sophomore Kentucky sharpshooter.
Reports recently emerged that the Milwaukee Bucks have met with Kentucky sharpshooter Immanuel Quickley over the pre-draft process and it’s not hard to see why.
Quickley enters the NBA armed with a skill set that he honed over the last two seasons at the University of Kentucky and previously as a five-star recruit while in high school in Maryland.
With also international experience playing with Team USA in the FIBA U-17 World Cup as well as the FIBA U-19 World Cup, Quickley has been a fixture for scouts on a number of different levels over his basketball journey.
Make no mistake, though, for as written in the stars that Quickley was destined to reach the NBA, his sophomore season this year under legendary head coach John Calipari provided the perfect launching pad for Quickley to take the next step in his career.
In his 30 appearances for the Wildcats this season, Quickley averaged 16.1 points on .417/.428/.923 shooting splits, 4.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 0.9 steals over 33 minutes per game. And for that production and success, Quickley wound up being named the SEC Player of the Year as well as earning a first team All-SEC selection.
So without further ado, let’s break down the game of Immanuel Quickley, see where draft experts currently rate him and evaluate his fit with the Milwaukee Bucks.