Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up!
- Jul 15, 2008
- Reaction score
Seems as simple as this:
If he hits 36%+ from 3P, doesn’t overdribbles/stifle ball movement, hustles on both ends, and communicates on defense, he’ll end up playing some useful minutes and occasionally having an impact.
If he can’t hit an efficient rate on 3P or sees this as an opportunity to break, become a hero, go into Clarkson mode, or be lazy, he’ll be sitting on the end of the bench until he’s traded or released.
I vote "B".