Governor Rene Pardo was not pleased with the performance of their lefty import Courtney Beasely. He decided to replace him immediately after their last tune-up game. They asked for the services of the scorer Stefhon Hannah who came from the University of Missouri Tigers. He's describe to be like Allen Iverson. Here's the profile of Stefhon Hannah. He has a 6'1 frame and he plays the shooting guard position.
During his stay in Missouri he played the shooting guard position and as usual he handled most of the scoring chores for his division 1 team. The good thing for B-Meg is that this player has an inside-out game. He can shoot perimeter and outside shots and he can drive the ball inside the paint for an easy two. In fact he led his team in terms of points in the paint. He's a flashy and creative player who can facilitate fast breaks and who can create situations for him to score. He averaged 15.4 points, 4.6 assists and 2.4 steals per game. Here's what his fans say about him:
"Brings a south side of Chicago toughness to the Tiger backcourt and was an immediate impact performer for Mizzou last season as a junior college transfer ... Flashy, creative player at the point and actually led the team in points in the paint despite his smaller size ... Able to score off the dribble or from the perimeter ... Scrappy defensive player that led the NCAA ranks in steals for much of his junior season."
The problem for B-Meg lies on how they will use their import alongside James Yap. Stefhon loves to get the ball in most of the possessions of his team and he usually ends up as the one who's shooting the ball. If that's the case, James Yap and Peter June Simon will have to give way to their import's scoring. The question is, will they? Hannah plays like Allen Iverson and so like him, he demands more ball possessions.
Here's how he plays. He has a nice shooting touch from beyond the arc and from the perimeter.