TYRESE HALIBURTON

BIRTHDATE: 2/29/99

POSITION: Point Guard

HEIGHT: 6'5"

WEIGHT: 175 lbs

SCHOOL/ TEAM: Iowa State

CLASS: Sophomore

STRENGTHS

  • Excellent size for a point guard

  • Can play both guard spots

  • Takes excellent care of the ball

  • High IQ

  • Good court vision

  • Grab & Go threat

  • Very good in transition (66% FG% in transition)

  • Consistently knocks down open 3's (43% from 3)

  • Finds the corner shooters

  • Ball mover

AREAS TO IMPROVE

  • Low release on shot

  • Slim frame must get stronger

  • Lacks mid range and off the dribble game

  • Can he play Pick & Roll

  • Does not get to free throw line

  • Only 26 free throw attempts as a freshman

  • 67% of field goal attempts are 3 pointers

SUMMARY

Tyrese Haliburton had a quietly impressive freshman season on a talented Iowa State where he put himself on NBA scouts radars due to his passing ability, outstanding decision making and his 43% shooting from deep..

 

Haliburton is the epitome of a game manager that makes good decisions and takes excellent care of the ball. ln 2018-19 he dished out 125 assists and only 28 turnovers. Usually when you see a point guard with a crazy high assist to turnover ratio like Haliburton's its because he does not take risks and plays conservative. Listed at 6'7, Haliburton has the ability to see over defenders and has a knack for whipping flashy cross court passes to open shooters in the corner.

He reminds me of Lonzo Ball with his size and passing instincts and has some of the same question marks about his game. 67% of his shots were from behind the 3 point line and the only other way he scored as a freshman was in transition. He also does not show much game off or offensive creativity off the bounce.

Rafael Barlowe - November 11, 2019