Utah Jazz: UCLA’s Kyle Anderson can play, but what position?
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jun 13, 2014
"I’m used to it," Anderson said. UCLA's Kyle Anderson celebrates after scoring while being fouled by Southern California's Roschon Prince as Southern Cal's Byron Wesley, right, looks on during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Sunday, Jan. 5, 2014, in Los Angeles. UCLA won 107-73. As the draft inches closer, Anderson is one of the most unique players on the board. Now, "Slo Mo" is just a thing to Anderson, a 6-foot-9 position-less basketball player who can seemingly play almost every spot on the floor. Simply put, "Slo Mo" is about as accurate a nickname as has been attached to a basketball player.