BIOGRAPHY: While the typical European point guard prospect tends to be a solid ball distributor who often relies on the 3-pointer to score, Dragic is a bit different. More of a combo guard, Dragic has shown an excellent ability to penetrate and score inside, while his outside shot certainly needs some work. But after never shooting above 32 percent from beyond the arc prior to 2007-08, he shot 45 percent and averaged 11.8 points in 27 games in Slovenia's Adriatic League this season. He's not a great passer, which makes it seem unlikely he'll ever be able to run a team for 35 minutes a game, but he's worked a lot on his ball distribution. Due to the way he plays - reminiscent of Manu Ginobili in his effort, but also his reckless nature - he sometimes tends to make poor decisions both in his shot selection and passing. Like Ginobili, he's left-handed, which he uses to his benefit. One skill that sets Dragic apart from a lot of European guards is his defense. He has excellent lateral quickness and though he's only 6-foot-4, he has long arms that enable him to guard some taller, bulkier players. Aside from improving his perimeter shooting, Dragic's NBA future may depend upon his ability to limit his turnovers and curb his sometimes wild tendencies. If he is ever recognized as a consistent threat from outside, that will open up his ability to utilize his quick first step and either get to the basket or drive and kick, which are his biggest strengths. Dragic is a likely second-round pick.