A vocal leader who acted like a coach on the floor, Jason Cadee did a fine job running the show when he was on the floor for the World Select Team in both the Hoop Summit Game and practices. A well decorated junior player in his native country, hailing from the same Australian Institute of Sport that produced Andrew Bogut, Joe Ingles and Patrick Mills, amongst others, Cadee was steady and in control all week. Sporting a skinny frame and often a step slower than the other guards in attendance, he struggled to free himself when facing full court pressure in practice, but once the ball is in his hands, he plays with pace and is incredibly unselfish.
When he looks to score, Cadee shows a smooth stroke that makes him a threat to hit the three. Lacking the first step to get to the rim in one-on-one situations, Cadee picks and chooses his spots, often using his defenders momentum to get into the lane, where hes always looking for the open man. Lacking the leaping ability and strength to finish at the rim at a high rate, Cadee is a capable floor general who could become a name to look out for down the road in International play, but has much to prove still regarding his long-term potential.