"We feel like we’re getting a steal there with the talent and skills he has, the length. The way that the game is being played now, it’s playing small ball, so you’ll be seeing – he’ll be definitely playing the stretch position for us at the forward, and there are times – if you watched the [NBA] Finals, there’s positionless basketball going on. He could play center for us very easily going down the line."
For his part, Skal's just happy to have a new home, especially one with three former Kentucky players already on the roster.
"I’m very excited to be here," Skal said. "I’m very thankful to be drafted here. I have a couple of other Kentucky guys on the team. I’m looking forward to learning a lot from them: DeMarcus Cousins, Willie, Rondo. Like I said before, I’m very thankful to be here."
And check out that bow tie: