A physically impressive player with a fairly versatile skill-set, Nemanja Bezbradica looks like one of the few big men at this competition who is virtually guaranteed to have a long and successful career at the senior level.
Slightly undersized at around 6-8, but with a strong frame, solid length and nice athleticism to compensate, Bezbradica is a tough and aggressive power forward who gets the job done on both ends of the floor. He runs the floor hard in transition, can play above the rim, puts the ball on the floor, and shows the ability to make shots from the perimeter, albeit somewhat inconsistently. In the post, Bezbradica mainly relies on his strength and aggressiveness. Using his body fairly well, he lacks an extensive back to the basket arsenal. His shot-selection and decision making isn't always the best, as evidenced in the finals, where he seemed to force the issue somewhat.
Defensively, Bezbradica shows the ability to make his presence felt both inside and out. He has quick enough feet to step out and hedge screens on the perimeter, and is pretty physical inside the paint, even if he may lack some size here for the highest level.
Bezbradica lacks the elite skill-set or feel for the game to be regarded a top-shelf prospect, and there are still some question marks about the extent of his upside considering his average size and already-mature frame. Still, players with his physical attributes, toughness, aggressiveness and versatility are not easy to come by, which is why we're sure to see him playing at a high-level down the road, where we'll better be able to evaluate his NBA potential.