Montenegros Sead Sehovic was the tournaments second leading scorer with 17.6 points per game. Although not the quickest or most athletic player around, his very solid and strong body frame gives him an edge at this level.
Sehovic is able to handle the ball, even taking it up court on several occasions. Hes quite effective slashing decisively to the basket, while still keeping an eye out for open teammates to dish the ball too. He forced a fair share of fouls thanks to his aggressiveness. He can finish with both hands near the rim, but he does show a strong preference to initiate penetration towards his better right side. Hes a player with a good basketball IQ and awareness on the court, as hes confident and creative playing the game.
Sehovics outside shooting on the other hand still needs a lot of work. He shot the ball more from long range with worse shot selection, and thus his percentages went down from 36% to 26% in 3 point field goals compared to last year in Riga. He is quite a good passer, though, both from his drives or from static positions. Hes also an excellent rebounder, possessing great positioning and timing. He makes sure to box out his matchup and often goes for offensive boards too.
Sehovic plays with intensity and is a pretty reliable defensive presence. Hes a good hustler, shows decent lateral speed and always gives a consistent effort. As a player to lead a team on offense he will most probably not be the best choice. Nonetheless as a versatile glue guy, hell have a nice career in Europe. If he can become more reliable as a shooter, he can probably play at a very high level there.