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Shabazz Muhammad - UCLA forward

Oklahoman Modified: June 18, 2013 at 3:49 pm •  Published: June 19, 2013
UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad reacts after making a 3-point shot during a 97-94 overtime victory over Missouri in December 2012. Muhammad average 17.9 points per game as a freshman for the Bruins, although he had to sit out three games before becoming eligible.AP Photo
UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad reacts after making a 3-point shot during a 97-94 overtime victory over Missouri in December 2012. Muhammad average 17.9 points per game as a freshman for the Bruins, although he had to sit out three games before becoming eligible.AP Photo

Height: 6-foot-6

Weight: 225 pounds

Age: 19

Position: Small forward

College: UCLA

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada

Points: 17.9 per game

Rebounds: 5.2 per game

Assists: 0.8 per game

Steals: 0.7 per game

What they're saying:

-"A great athlete with NBA strength, Muhammad can score from anywhere. Although he appears to be more of a one-dimensional player, he plays hard on every possession. Muhammad's not an elite defender or a great rebounder and doesn't really get others involved, but he's a guy who can get you 20 points a night. " -ESPN's Chad Ford

-"Completing the picture in terms of his physical tools, Muhammad is a good, but not great athlete, relying more on instincts and superior strength than fantastic quickness or explosiveness, which is a bit more concerning when projecting to the NBA than his height."-Draft Express

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