The engine of a sputtering Spanish national team, Jaime Fernandez showcased nice talent but probably didn't have enough weapons around him to really make his presence felt at this tournament. Fernandez isn't a great athlete, but he is a true point guard who plays the game with excellent pace and can create for himself and others with solid ball-handling skills. He often finds ways to make up for his lack of athleticism by utilizing his high basketball IQ, and he makes few mistakes.
Fernandez struggles to finish around the basket, but he has a nice floater in his arsenal and is more than willing to move the ball around to find the open man. A streaky shooter who doesn't get to the line very often, Fernandez lacks great upside, but he should develop into a solid player in Spain over the next couple of years.