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Kentucky transfer Keion Brook's is currently on a visit at Arizona

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Ugh.  That makes me feel uneasy.  Brooks has a lot of work to do on his shooting and passing before he should earn significant playing time in Tucson.  We have enough talent on the roster that this point...



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Ugh.  That makes me feel uneasy.  Brooks has a lot of work to do on his shooting and passing before he should earn significant playing time in Tucson.  We have enough talent on the roster that this point...
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As much as I'd love to see hard working defenders transfer, Brooks just hasn't impressed me when I watched UK in the past.

23% from 3 and a 1:1.3 Assist to TO ratio is not ideal for a wing that has 80 games of experience under his belt.  I always love his energy but would only embrace him as a role-player if he took "smart" shots, rather than forcing outside jumpers.



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As much as I'd love to see hard working defenders transfer, Brooks just hasn't impressed me when I watched UK in the past.

23% from 3 and a 1:1.3 Assist to TO ratio is not ideal for a wing that has 80 games of experience under his belt.  I always love his energy but would only embrace him as a role-player if he took "smart" shots, rather than forcing outside jumpers.

Those are the kind of stats that happen for a defensive minded player when you go to a team that has no experience nor continuity with a PG more focused on the free porsche? and money he was paid ("Ty Ty") and the real top recruit from last class being ineligible to play (Sharpe).

I remember when people on this forum used to cry we had no defense at all after Miller's #1 rank type defenses graduated/went pro in the middle of the tenure. We would be lucky to be able to land Brooks.



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It has been 10 years since an Arizona player shot that poorly from 3 (Mayes/RHJ).

No need for a guy that doesn’t share but can’t shoot, regardless of defense. We’re already a top-5 team without Brooks.



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It has been 10 years since an Arizona player shot that poorly from 3 (Mayes/RHJ).

No need for a guy that doesn’t share but can’t shoot, regardless of defense. We’re already a top-5 team without Brooks.
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I would absolutely  take keion brooks hopefully  he commits.

I hope he really works on his shooting from 3.



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As much as I'd love to see hard working defenders transfer, Brooks just hasn't impressed me when I watched UK in the past.

23% from 3 and a 1:1.3 Assist to TO ratio is not ideal for a wing that has 80 games of experience under his belt.  I always love his energy but would only embrace him as a role-player if he took "smart" shots, rather than forcing outside jumpers.
From the 4-5mins I watched of his 2021-22 highlight tape, I would say that shooting from deep is not one of his strengths.
Brooks is a slasher, a midrange spot-up, pick-and-pop shooter.
I do not believe he will be given (or trying) to shoot from deep should he come to Arizona.

I look at him and believe he would Lloyd's best option of trying to replace all of the skills that would be vacated by Terry leaving.
6'8 Swiss-army knife type of W/G/F that is long, rangy, athletic and focused primarily on the defensive end.
Whatever Brooks is going to give on the offensive end will be a bonus as he will not be asked to do much, nor do I believe he would be an option within the offense unless there is a clear mismatch.

In short, I believe he would be a very good addition to this team.

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