|After spending the last two years playing in the Spanish League, Satoransky is looking to bring his skills to the NBA. He didn't log many minutes last season in Europe, averaging 4.8 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists in just over 17 minutes per game, but he's one of the more complete Europeans in the draft with plenty of upside. His versatility has been on display for Cajasol Seville, where he is a long swingman with point guard-like ballhandling skills. Satoransky possesses impressive athletic ability and a smooth first step. Combine that with good strength and he has become an effective finisher around the rim. However, he can struggle a bit with the one-on-one game the NBA so often features and has difficulty creating his own shot. Despite decent size, he is also a below-average rebounder. However, Satoransky has an impressive basketball IQ and is extremely active on both ends of the floor, finding different ways to contribute even when he's not scoring. The Czech native isn't the most accurate shooter yet and has only average offensive numbers, but he has a lot of the intangibles GMs crave and will likely find himself on an NBA roster because of it.