Although the box score doesn't quite reflect it, Sarra Camara
's play throughout the day was much more consistent than Lima's. Camara showed legit NBA physical tools and did a great job today despite the rough season he had playing in France this year. Camara was active, played within himself and finished with his own double-double of 15 points on 7/9 shooting, 10 boards and 2 blocks. In the earlier game, Camara had 9 points, 7 rebounds and 1 block.
At 6-9, with a 7-1 wingspan and solid athleticism, Camara looks the part of an NBA power forward, even if his skill-level is still catching up with the rest of his game.
Camara had been showing adeptness at rebounding and blocking shots since the start of camp, but in the All-star game he scored on put-backs and basket cuts alike. It was a very positive sign for him since he is so good on the offensive glass if he could convert those into points that would make his value skyrocket.