March 15, 2011
Deividas Dulkys doing an impression of Darius Songaila.
[...] Offensively, however, they often encounter problems. Singleton is the leading scorer, but considering his limitations on that end, this is reflective of the problem. There is little to no dribble-driving going on, nor any guard who can create his own shot. Starting point guard Derwin Kitchen
does his best to be a facilitator, but it doesn't come naturally to him. Like most of the roster, he is a defensive specialist, tall and athletic for his position, a great rebounder with good hands on defense, who just doesn't have much offensive fluidity. He is efficient, a willing passer, a decent mid-range jumpshooter and a transition finisher, but he just isn't a point guard. Designated Lithuanian shooter Deividas Dulyks
is similarly limited; slightly bigger than Kitchen, he plays scrappy, energetic, unathletic defense at the two guard position, but offensively is largely limited to catch-and-shoot jumpshots. And, frankly, he's not that good of a catch-and-shoot player. Kitchen's backup Luke Loucks is a big point guard with some court vision, but his individual offense and athleticism are lacking, and he turns it over far too much in usually infuriating ways. And while 6'4 wing Michael Snaer is a former McDonald's All-American, he has not lived up to that billing. His forays to the rim often result in turnovers, and he is a fairly average jumpshooter.