He's strong with the ball, but not overaggressive. He's got a reliable jumper, but he doesn't pull too often. He can see the floor, but he doesn't force too many passes. In the League, that's a fitting description of Mr. Everything Brandon Roy, the young Blazers' leader who plays far beyond his years. And in NRF, it sums up the engine that runs Delta Force's offense, Kelvin Coffey.
Both guys are big combo-guards who do the majority of their damage when they've got the ball in their hands. Though Damian Bullock could never be compared to Steve Blake in looks or style of play, both Delta Force and the Blazers do work when they've got two guys who can play point guard or off-guard on the floor at the same time.
And whether Coffey is handling the rock or playing off-ball, he's always strong on the boards. He's one of the best rebounding guards in NRF - not because he's a great jumper, or because he's particularly strong. It's more because he's a smart ballplayer. Coffey's basketball IQ is at the heart of his success - that's why he's a well-rounded producer who is currently averaging 10 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 2.3 apg, and 0.7 spg despite getting off to a slow start.
The biggest difference between the reigning NRF MVP and Roy is that we can't really say whether Coffey has the same flair for the dramatic as the former UW standout. But if Delta Force keeps bringing it like they did last week, maybe we'll be able to make that determination soon.