Arguably the best shooter in the class, Kispert shot 53…

Arguably the best shooter in the class, Kispert shot 53 percent from the field and 44 percent from 3 this past season while averaging 19 points per game for the nearly undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs. He’s going to shoot the hell out of the ball, and he’s going to make elite decisions. NBA sources have compared him very similarly to Joe Harris, who has led the league in 3-point percentage in two of the last three seasons. There are some questions on defense, as Kispert doesn’t have the quickest feet in the world. But he’s a confident player who was the leader of Gonzaga’s team this past season, an elite character guy who will keep working and should stick as a very high-level role player.
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