PG Rank – #13
Position – PG/SG | 6′ 3″, 190 lbs | Miami Heat
Born – May 6, 1986 in Yugoslavia
Drafted – 2008: 2nd Rnd, 45th by SA
College – None
Experience – 7 years
Sports Unbiased Staff G.F.R. Analysis
Steve Turner – Goran Dragić has proven to the NBA that he’s a true point guard. He’s a pass first guard who has amazing court vision. In addition to that, he’s a great shooter and finisher at the rim. Dragic may not rack up a bunch of points, but he will find the open teammate who can. There’s no doubt about it, Dragić is a fantastic point guard.
Sauping R. Arguello – Dragic is very good at pushing the pace of the game making it uptempo. His defense is his biggest deficiency he needs to work on.
Ben Buchanan – I’m still not sure about Dragic’s fit in Miami with D-Wade yet, but I like Dragic as a player. He was a big acquisition at the trade deadline for Miami. He’s good at the PG position and fills out their starting-5 (one of the best in the NBA). The Heat lineup is now: Dragic, Wade, Deng, Bosh and Whiteside with Gerald Green, A’mare Stoudemire, and Justise Winslow as key reserves. Dragic is a all around decent PG whose overall value could vary with such a stacked Heat squad.