Drew Eubanks, having already spent a year-and-a-half with the Blazers, is familiar with the system and can seamlessly fit into the rotation. As a shot-blocking specialist, Eubanks brings energy and defensive intensity off the bench. The Troutdale Shaq was a bright spot in some hard-to-watch games last season.
During the team’s struggles, Eubanks showcased his potential and provided much-needed energy off the bench. His shot-blocking ability and relentless hustle on both ends of the court injected a spark into the Blazers’ lineup.
Eubanks’ contributions were a source of optimism during a challenging season, making him an intriguing option to continue developing within the Blazers’ system.
In 78 games last season, he averaged 1.3 blocks, showcasing his ability to protect the rim. While not a flashy signing, Eubanks would provide stability as a small rotation center and offer reliable contributions on the defensive end.
His shot-blocking prowess provides an additional layer of support to the Blazers’ defensive schemes. Eubanks may be an ideal choice as a third center on the Blazers’ roster.