A player we hadnt seen as much of during the season as the other three, this probably wasnt the best setting to get our first real introduction, as he still doesnt seem to be 100% recovered from a bad ankle sprain he suffered back in the semi-finals of the NIT.
Loughton is a fairly skilled face-up power forward, with nice ball-handling skills and an excellent jump-shot with range out to the NBA 3-point line. He plays hard, knows his limitations, and seems to have a very good feel for the game.
In terms of the NBA, players at his height and position usually need to be either tremendously athletic or have one excellent skill they can rely on to warrant being brought off the bench. Loughton probably doesnt have either at this point in his career. He doesnt seem to have a problem with that, though, realistically noting that if things dont work out for him and the NBA, hell gladly go to Europe to add some polish to his overall game.