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Scouting Jalil Bethea and his fit at Miami


proved to be one of the best scoring guards and shot-makers in the country this year. He’s a shooter who can make tough threes, both on the move and off the dribble. While he can occasionally hunt his looks and settle for contested shots, he still put up incredibly efficient numbers in the EYBL (41% on threes and 86% on free-throws). (247 Sports)

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Scouting Jalil Bethea and his fit at Miami


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