Nik Stauskas has quietly found a home with the Philadelphia 76ers, the second-year Canadian guard has seen his playing time increase (24 MPG) and is making the best of his floor time despite all of the losses he has amassed in his first-year with the lottery bound 76ers. Primary known for his shooting touch, the 6’6, 205 lbs Mississauga, Ontario sharp-shooter has also been known to throw-down some vicious dunks during his NCAA time as a Michigan Wolverine. Now in the NBA and with one of the coolest and most original nicknames in the business -“Sauce Castillo” sauced New Orleans Pelicans and French born 7-1 footer Alexis Ajinca with a Kobe-like one hand tomahawk. With Canada and France paired-up at the upcoming 2016 FIBA Olympic Qualifying tournament in Manila we might not have witness the end of this.
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