Treveon Graham (Small Forward)
Treveon Graham signed a two-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets earlier this month. Graham can play both wing and a stretch 4 for Brooklyn.
Graham has spent the last two seasons with the Charlotte Hornets. Graham was inactive for a majority of the 2016-2017 season, but had a good year with Charlotte last season.
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Graham played a total of 63 games for the Hornets last season, but only started in two of those 63 games. He averaged 4.3 points and 1.9 rebounds in 16.7 minutes of play each game.
The small forward is a strong shooter from behind the arc. He is a career 43.8 percent 3-point shooter averaging 1.5 attempts per outing. Graham is also a good shooter from mid-range. He does not shoot often from mid-range but can shoot off-the-dribble at a high level.
His mid-range game is highly concentrated on driving. Graham is a great driver who can finish at a high level. The small forward can finish through traffic and embraces contact. Graham likes to drive the ball on the offensive end is arguably his go-to offensive move.
On the defensive end, he is good. He embraces bigger defenders and likes challenges. He does a great job staying on his man and not giving his assignment space to shoot. Graham reads the defense good for a third-year player and is a steal threat.
Graham adds depth to the wing position and will have a small role at the position.
Now, Graham will be coming off the bench for Brooklyn next season. He will likely not be one of Brooklyn’s top options off the bench. The small forward might see some time in the G-League with the Long Island Nets due to Brooklyn’s wing options.
As of now, Graham is a good bench asset to have at the small forward position for Kenny Atkinson.