Shooting is DiVincenzo’s NBA-ready offensive skill: More than half of his 391 field-goal attempts last season were 3’s and he made 40 percent of them (85-for-212). DiVincenzo also had good production as a pick-and-roll ball-handler, with nearly half of those plays generated by him leading to scores, per Synergy Sports. Last season DiVincenzo recorded 4.8 assists per 40 minutes vs. 2.7 turnovers.
After DiVincenzo's strong showing the pre-draft process, it's possible he could be selected in the first round. He presumably would be available when the Hawks pick at No. 19 and they also the 30th and 33rd picks. DiVincenzo was among the players the Hawks interviewed at the combine.
DiVincenzo told Yahoo Sports that he expected to remain in the draft. DiVincenzo said after his Hawks workout Thursday that he would make a final decision after his final team workout at Golden State on Sunday.
“I’m talking to coach (Jay) Wright, gathering information where teams see me and where I’m projected,” he said. “The mock drafts are different than what the GMs think.”