Bey is shooting 45 percent on almost six 3-point attempts per game, the type of complementary shooting the Blazers sorely need. This feels like a perfect fit as he also projects to hold his own defensively. Bey doubled his scoring average from his freshman to his sophomore season, so it’s possible he’s just scratching the surface as a scorer. While he projects as a secondary scorer at the next level, his 3-and-D tendencies make him one of the safer guys in this draft, and someone Portland should definitely be attracted to. He should be ready to help chip in on any team’s bench for a playoff push next season.
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