Yeah, I think he's just about perfect as a 13th to 15th man who fits in every possible lineup as a glue guy who does the little things. But Northwestern made a big run to get back in every game by running pick and rolls with his man to force a switch, then iso him off the dribble. If Big 10 guards can do it in a cramped college floor, just imagine NBA teams.
He's not going to get any taller, although if he gets in amazing shape and gets a bit more athletic, it could be game changing for his career.
I just don't really see a realistic way that he gets over his limitations with the way the game is played now. It's a shame because I really like watching him play and he's definitely a talented guy, I'm just not sure he's a fit with where the league is going.