ANALYSIS: Vasiliadis is the best shooting guard prospect to come out of Greece in several years. He gained significant playing time for PAOK, one of the upper division teams in Greek's HEBA League, at 19 years old and by the next year he was averaging in double figures. He is a dangerous perimeter shooter, but also uses his strength to his advantage against weaker players. He drives to the basket, but also is adept at pulling up off the dribble for shots. At the conclusion of last season, Vasiliadis signed a contract with Unicaja Malaga, the regular season champion this year in Spain. But Malaga's roster was crowded, and the team loaned Vasiliadis back to PAOK for another season, ensuring that he would continue to receive maximum minutes and aid his development. He averaged a career-high 14.4 points per game and shot 42 percent from three-point range. Vasiliadis is a member of Greece's national team and already has racked up some impressive experience. The NBA would require some adjustments on his part, particularly in terms of facing big guards that match his size, but for the first time in awhile, it appears a Greek player is ready to challenge for a spot in the NBA.