Just a couple of years ago, “Solo” was nothing more than an energizer, an instant scorer, a specialist of the kamikaze drives and the ill-advised outside shots.
A “mad dog” who could pile up stats as well as hurt his team, although his attitude and good will have never been in question.
“Solo” had to learn what being a point guard meant.
Since then, this intelligent player has finally begun to live up to expectations, and, after the starting playmaker of Roanne got injured last season, “Solo” was handed the keys of Roanne truck and has just blossomed.
Extremely quick and agile, he is a world class one-on-one player and, even though he sometime gets carried away, he can do a lot of damage.