I've posted a column in the aftermath of Duke's 64-54 win over North Carolina Wednesday night that you can read here.
One of the things in the column was this description by UNC's Larry Drew of Jon Scheyer, who burned the Tar Heels for 24 points Wednesday night.
"He's as crafty as you can get," Drew said. "You just don't like playing against players like that. He can shoot the ball well. He's quick enough. He's smart. He knows about angles. He’s a good actor. And he can shoot."
So Scheyer is a thespian (the acting part, which I assume means Scheyer is good at looking like he's fouled). He's a mathematician (the angles). He's a master craftsman (the craftiness). And he can shoot -- which is the biggest thing, so much so that Drew mentioned it twice.
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