* Good shooter
* Can stretch the floor with his range
* Good left hand around the basket
* Long arms
* Very good footwork … can shoot pull-up jumper
* Not an explosive or quick athlete
* Lacks strength
* No real position … is he a small forward or power forward? Who would he defend?
Late second-round pick as a forward who can shoot the ball and stretch the floor.
CAI Zaragoza (Spain ACB): Averaged 8.9 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. Shot 41 percent from the field and 37 percent from 3-point range. CAI Zaragoza won the LEB Gold last year and was promoted to the ACB. One of the top cities for basketball in Europe, Aguilar was attracted to Zaragoza and was signed by GM Willy Villar.
2009-10 CB Granada – Spain ACB: 9.4 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 1.2 bpg. FG 40%, 3PT 37%, FT 84%
On March 13th, Aguilar tied his scoring career high with 23 points in the ACB in Sevilla, playing with team CAI Zaragoza against Cajasol. He also had 6 rebounds and 5 assists.
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What the Experts Say
Alejandro Gonzalez, international scout
"The Spanish national team needs Pablo to step up as soon as possible. He could be a perfect partner for Marc Gasol in the future. It's possible he could get stuck as a shooter to stretch the floor. He should be more than that if he can harness his potential."
Current contract and team:
CAI Zaragoza (Spain)
Chris Denker and Carl Berman are Managing Partners of NetScouts Basketball, "The International Basketball Connection."
|CAI Zaragoza (Spain)|
|Real Madrid II - Spanish LEB Silver|
|Three-point field goals: 22-for-90 (.244)|
|Real Madrid II - Spanish LEB Bronze|
|Three-point field goals: 24-for-102 (.235)|
|Real Madrid - Euroleague|
|Three-point field goals: 1-for-1 (1.000)|
|Three-point field goals: 2006-07, 0-for-0 (.000); 2007-08, 0-for-1 (.000); 2008-09, 28-for-70 (.400); 2009-10, 41-for-111 (.369); 2010-11, 48-for-135 (.356). Totals: 117-for-317 (.369).|