A player we last checked in on all the way back in 2007, Charalampos Giannopoulos is finally beginning to see consistent playing time with Panionios. Born in 1989, Giannopoulos is starting to translate the talents he showed at the junior level to A1 in limited minutes. Giannopoulos is first and foremost a shooter, showing a quick release with his feet set and the ability to put the ball on the floor to take whatever space defenders give him to pull up. He can get all the way to the rim with straight-line drives, but is mainly looking to stretch the floor nearly two-thirds of his shots come from beyond the arc. His consistency has been less than impressive in the early going, as he's knocking down just 23.8% of his three point attempts, making him less than efficient in the small role he plays.
As it stands, Giannopoulos is a fringe prospect. He has solid size and length for a NBA small forward, but he's a poor athlete who wouldn't be able to hold his own defensively against NBA caliber players and doesn't bring much variety to the table offensively. Though he displayed some potential early in his career, especially during his strong performance at the L'Hospitalet Tournament, he's only now beginning to etch out a role for himself in the Greek League, and faces an uphill battle to generate interest amongst scouts as he becomes automatically eligible this summer.