Moustapha Diagne impresses at Nike Elite 100 — Cuse Clicks


His game is raw and unorthodox. In fact it took me quite a while to determine if he is right handed or left handed. Right handed is the verdict, but he loves to use a left handed jump hook and also threw an impressive length of the court baseball pass with his left hand. Not much of a shooter, I’d actually take his left hand jump hook over his jump shot. But the important point is that no post player utilized his athleticism like Moustapha Diagne.

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