ANALYSIS: Sefolosha was a virtual unknown in the NBA community until recently. His play over this last season, averaging 12 points and seven rebounds per game in the Italian League, has teams looking into the Swiss swingman as a possible second round addition. Sefolosha is an athletic two-guard that likes to get out in transition and create on the break. He is a deadly standstill shooter, with the ability to hit from long-range, connecting on 41.5 percent of his three-point shots this season. He has also shown flashes of being able to take over games, dropping 26 points and nine rebounds in an 84-82 victory over a Livorno team that sports former college stars Luke Recker, Paul McPherson and Chevon Troutman. Although those names are not what most NBA dreams are made of, games like that show that Sefolosha can play at a high level against good competition. He will have to fine-tune several facets of his game to excel at the next level. Sefolosha tends to let his natural athletic ability gain an advantage on both ends of the court. Unfortunately for him, just about every NBA guard has equal or greater athleticism and this advantage will be negated. While he has shot over 50 percent from the floor, Sefolosha is not a good shooter on the move and needs to learn to create and shoot off the dribble. If he keeps his name in, Sefolosha could be asked to spend another year or two refining his game overseas before landing on an NBA roster.