Playing on the same team as Renardo Sidney and Brandon Jennings, Chaney was able to step out of the shadows of both and create a strong buzz for himself at RBK. Chaney was as physical as any player in camp. Unlike other tweener types like Ashalou, Kevin Jones, Romero Osby and Karron Johnson, Chaney could step in and contribute physically as a power forward at a division one level right now.
Every time a shot went up, Chaney was under the basket boxing out, getting position and maneuvering his way to the loose ball. A very good rebounder by all accounts. On the offensive side of the ball, he isn't the fastest big man you'll run into, but he can get up and down the court very well for his size. His crowning moment had to be in the day three loss to team Gerald Green when he threw down a thunderous dunk late in the game on the break. Around the hoop, he is very efficient and knows his limitations. You didn't really see him make bad decisions with the ball all that often.
On the downside, his outside shot is somewhat flat and his post moves are limited because of his somewhat clumsy footwork. With that said, his positives far outweigh his negatives and Chaney definitely played his way onto a lot of scout's radars this past weekend.