Professional Team: Neptunas
Classification: International ’98
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Adequate shooter from all over the floor
Excels at scoring on the move
Fairly good rebounder
Above average athlete
Good size to play out on the wing
Has played in some of the toughest professional leagues
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Does not shoot the ball enough
Does not collect enough steals or blocks
May struggle to guard more athletic players
Not an elite athlete
Must add strength
Missed considerable time due to a spine injury
Tadas Sedekerskis is a tall, skilled combo forward that can score in a variety of ways. He is a crafty scorer off the dribble, can post up smaller guards on the block, and he also can knock down jumpers.
Plus, he handles the ball well, as he plays like a point forward, and he also will get it after on the glass. However, he will need to improve his position defense, as he can tend to be out of position to allow scores.
Right now, Sedekerskis looks to be a second round prospect for the 2020 NBA Draft. He is already had played in some of the best leagues from around the world. However, he did not get nearly enough playing time in the ACB, and he had to relocate to play in Lithuania’s top league, the LKL, where he gets regular playing time. But after missing several months due to a spine injury, he is back in the ACB, and hopefully he may get some run with Baskonia.