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Aaron Gordon

Some analysts are already crowding him the next Blake Griffin. A nice comparison might I say…no disrespect, but I would have to think this five star recruit wants to live in his own shoes. Yes Aaron Gordon has some similarities to Blake Griffin in the paint area getting tip-ins and dunks, but he’s still evolving as a player. Looking at his highlights that’s a little scary to think about because in another year or two the possibilities/potential maybe be endless for Gordon. He already has a hand full of scholarship offers. Keep it up Aaron, we look forward to seeing you play at the next level. Looking at his offers now sports fans; it would be crazy if he went to Kentucky!

 

 

 



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