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Deng Adel

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the stats dont say it but i thought he was handy today.. maybe I'm being a bias aussie
He looks decent. I think he can be a nice piece off the bench. He hustles, makes shots and plays pretty good d. If he gets comfortable maybe he looks even better.
 

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He looks decent. I think he can be a nice piece off the bench. He hustles, makes shots and plays pretty good d. If he gets comfortable maybe he looks even better.
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Been great as gleague guy called up. Blaming a 2 way guy for not being very good is the height of low hanging fruit.
I think Adel is the exact kind of player you want on a two way but not how the Cavs are using the contract right now. Like Adel would benefit from 5-6 games in the NBA then to drop him back down to the G-league with clear instructions on what to work on. If he was able to do that all season and then had summer league to keep working, we might have a player that would compete for a 15 man roster spot or even a rotation spot next year.

Giving him 45 straight days isn't going to develop him, at least not for the Cavs. His 3 point shot will take time to get consistent. He also needs to work on switch on to PFs and bigs. A player of his size, you want him to be comfortable defending SGs, SFs, and PFs.
 

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I think Adel is the exact kind of player you want on a two way but not how the Cavs are using the contract right now. Like Adel would benefit from 5-6 games in the NBA then to drop him back down to the G-league with clear instructions on what to work on. If he was able to do that all season and then had summer league to keep working, we might have a player that would compete for a 15 man roster spot or even a rotation spot next year.

Giving him 45 straight days isn't going to develop him, at least not for the Cavs. His 3 point shot will take time to get consistent. He also needs to work on switch on to PFs and bigs. A player of his size, you want him to be comfortable defending SGs, SFs, and PFs.
Yeah not sure starting and guarding Thad Young is great for a rookie who started hisnba career 4 weeks ago.

He is literally playing all charge and Cavs games right now . Must be exhausted.
 

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