Brown had an up-and-down camp, at times showing off some good scoring abilities from the mid-range and around the basket, but at others forcing his shot and hurting the flow of his teams offense. Brown didnt show off much of anything new here, showing the same versatile game he showed at UConn, which is lacking one true standout ability.
He has a good in-between game, but at only 65, its hard to say how well that ability will translate to the NBA, where he will be going up against bigger, more athletic players. He doesnt have exceptional quickness, so its not going to be easy for him to create some of the mid-range shots he took here and effectively get them off over bigger defenders. Hes not an exceptional three-point shooter either, though thats something hell probably need to work on to find some place to stick in the NBA. He is a good defender at the swingman spots, and also a pretty solid passer, ball-handler, and rebounder for the position.
As noted above, Brown is a very versatile player, but in terms of NBA translatable skills, he doesnt have one standout quality, which is what most teams look for with role players. Brown has a decent change to get picked in the second round, and probably make a roster, but its tough to see him cracking a teams rotation until he develops something teams could rely on consistently offensively.