Closing this ranking we find the Turkish center Oguz Savas
. Rather unathletic and visibly heavy-footed, neither greatly talented, Savas makes a living thanks to his understanding of the game and good use of his big body.
The savvy center builds his offensive production though nice continuations after setting picks, and his low post game. A good off-the-ball player, Savas shows a nice sense of spacing, knowing when and where to move to fill open areas on the court. Despite his limited athleticism and voluminous appearance, he shows decent mobility, and can emerge effective cutting and receiving the ball for the layup. From the low post, he shows decent footwork, nice use of his strong body, and some ability to finish with jump-hooks, especially with his right hand. Savas can also shoot the ball with range out to the three-point line, although its not his most prolific weapon, and he ends coming up with mixed results. A nice passer from the high post, hes a valid decision maker that can help the offensive flow.
All in all, its pretty obvious that were not talking about a very intriguing player. Savas has certainly limitations in terms of potential, and the NBA seems out of reach, but he enjoys the makings of a solid player in Europe.