Richaun Holmes Rumors
“And he impressed me in the shooting drills. He shot the ball 15 to 18 feet and he was able to knock those shots down regularly, which surprised me. “But he’s a beast as far as rebounding and, as far doing the intangibles. He’s got a nice upside. It’s just a matter of being with the right team that will be able to develop him.’’
Richaun Holmes, a 6-9 power forward with a 7-2 wing span, played solidly in Chicago after a strong showing at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. Holmes looks like a mid-second round pick. “I really like Richaun Holmes,’’ said Erick Strickland, who played the last two seasons of his nine-year pro career with the Bucks and who was a coach at the pre-draft camp. “I like his timing and his defense. He knows how to come over and give help and block shots.