UCF guard Isaiah Sykes' rise to pro prospect fueled by family
Growing up in Southwest Detroit, it was the courts that kept him off the streets.
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#1 Mar 6, 2014
Unfortunately, because he can' shoot or make plays for others, his game will definitely not translate in the NBA, and he will not make it at the professional level overseas either. The guards are quicker and more athletic at the next level. Also, there are 2 7-footers waiting for the guards when they drive to the basket. He will not be able to make it at a decent level or make decent money. He would probably be able to make more money at McDonald's. I hope that he gets his degree to look at other opportunities for other professions. I wish that he could have been a better leader this year.
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