Three options for the Houston Rockets with the 20th pick

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Option Two: Leonard Miller

Leonard Miller is from Ontario Canada and rather than going to college, he decided to go straight to the pros by joining the G-League Ignite. Miller managed to outperform his teammate Scoot Henderson and averaged 16.9 points per game alongside 10.1 rebounds per game.

Miller stands at 6'11 with a 7'2 wingspan and managed to maintain a 63 percent true shooting clip. Miller has a great motor, and athletic ability, and can handle the ball well.

His main weaknesses are his defense (or lack thereof) and jumper. However after just a few months, he is a much better defender, and with time his jumper can improve as he has great touch.

Miller's good touch is encouraging, as that usually signals the likely possibility for the player to develop into a more consistent shooter. What is interesting about Miller is that he very well could be one of the best players in this draft.

Even though the Rockets have multiple players that are similar to Miller in Tari Eason and Kenyon Martin Jr., the Rockets should still be looking to prioritize talent over fit.

NBA comparison: Miller fits the Al Harrington/Jarred Vanderbilt/Thaddeus Young archetype and could be a valuable add at pick 20.