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Tristan daSilva
Ht/Wt: 6' 9" / 230 lbs
Position: SF/PF
Team: Colorado
Class: Senior



2024 Draft Profile - Tristan Da Silva

Kevin O'Connor - The Ringer - June 17th: "Effortless spot-up 3-point shooter whoís made nearly 40 percent of his catch-and-shoot 3s in college, per Synergy. Coordinated at-rim finisher with a knack for opportunistic cuts and sealing off defenders under the rim, then using either hand to hit hook shots."

NBA Draft Room - June 16th: "One of the better shooters in college ball who also has good size and decent movement skills. Isnít a flashy player but is fundamentally sound and looks ready to play a role early in his NBA career."

Jeremy Woo - ESPN - June 7th: "While limited playing off the bounce and creating shots for himself, Da Silva plays a useful role as a willing ball mover and floor spacer with size and defensive versatility at either forward spot."

Sam Vecenie - The Athletic - June 5th: "Da Silva moves well without the ball but can also handle it himself and make good passing decisions. He processes the game quickly and plays at a high speed, even if he doesnít have great athletic tools. He isnít an elite defender, but heís smart, adequate against other forwards and sharp off the ball."

Colin Ward-Henninger - CBS Sports - June 4th: "He's a great cutter who finishes creatively around the basket to make up for his lack of explosiveness, and he profiles as an average to above-average 3-point shooter. Defensively, his basketball IQ is constantly on display and he can guard multiple positions."

Zach Buckley - Bleacher Report - June 4th: "There aren't a lot of rookies-to-be who can step into a hopeful contender's rotation on opening night, but Tristan da Silva might be among the exceptions. The 23-year-old has three-and-D skills and the know-how and willingness to play a role."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - May 30th: "Teams will start to think about da Silva in the mid-to-late first round, with the idea that he can provide plug-and-play shotmaking and complementary, spot-up scoring. Though not overly explosive off the dribble, a high skill level (at 6'8") and basketball IQ will have some teams willing to look past the athletic limitations."




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