Last season’s Euroleague scoring champion, Bobby Brown, has until August 15th to exercise the NBA out in the contract he signed in China with the DongGuan Leopards. With the deadline approaching, will the super scoring guard get a second chance in the NBA? The Knicks were considering him, but went for Beno Udrih instead. Will anybody else go after him in the next couple days?
Bobby Brown is a 28-year old, lighting quick, 6’1” point guard who can score at will in the international game. The guard out of Cal State-Fullerton demonstrates leadership, and can be a very strong weapon off the bench for a playoff team. While Brown has been the leader of his teams overseas, he transformed his game from being a Louis Williams type of undersized scoring guard, to becoming a true point guard that just so happens to possess excellent scoring ability.
With the free agent market dwindling, Bobby Brown could be a great late off-season addition for teams that need to add another guard to their rotation. Teams like Indiana, Utah, Chicago, Philadelphia and Sacramento, are all spots where Brown could show his true value, with his ability to run an offense, control the pace of the game, and assert himself at money time.