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We asked Gino Pilato of the fantastic website D-League Digest for the scouting report on Millsap and this is what he had to say: “He will look to attack the basket often. Despite his knack for finding alleys in the lane, Millsap will step back or take the pull-up jumper without hesitation. He turns the ball over too much, but can really impact a game on the defensive end. When matched up against Reno, Millsap caused fits for Brady Heslip, he was in his pocket every chance he had. The following contest against L.A., Millsap took on another tough offensive assignment in Manny Harris and was once again successful. Position-wise, Millsap is in a grey area in the NBA, but can serve as a forward or guard in the D-League.”
With that said, the Lakers D-League affiliate, the D-Fenders, continue to hold the D-League rights to Harris and expect him to return to the team on Saturday at Santa Cruz should he not be signed by another NBA team. The D-Fenders defeated Bakersfield 155-140 on Wednesday night at Toyota Sports Center to place them in a three-way tie for first place in the West Division with Santa Cruz and Reno.
An additional eight players with NBA experience make up the Futures roster, including Harris and Thomas, currently playing for the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz, respectively. Armstrong, Curry, Dedmon, Jones, Liggins, and Wright have also logged NBA minutes