what do you guys say is his ceiling and floor, and comparisons best and worst case? i kind of want the suns to pick him in the draft..
I really like his game and have been thought he was one of the most underrated players last year, until knocking off Duke in the tourney put him on the map. I think he'll be a solid starter/6 or 7th man in the NBA and is worthy of a 13 to 20 pick. At the next level, I think he's a scoring oriented combo guard, best used off the bench but also capable of starting at the two. I think his ceiling is a Jamal Crawford type, meaning a dynamic 6th man or capable starter depending on his team needs, and his worst case is Jannereo Pargo.
I think he's a fairly safe pick in that range. I think he's a guy who will play 10 years and if he reaches his potential he could be a really valuable player to have on your roster, if he doesn't then hes a guy to give you 7 or 8 ppg in 15 minutes spelling both guard positions.
I'm really high on him, maybe too high but....
I think his basement is 6th man who can provide a scoring punch. One of the safest picks after the lottery.There aren't many flaws in his game, you know you're getting an NBA player. He has very complete skill set and mature game already. His mechanics are sensational and consistent, he isnt gonna be missing open jumpers.... his catch and shoot game is better than i thought.
His ceiling in my eyes is very high, he's like a poor man's Deron Williams in a good way. 21p-5a Scoring PG that can be used as a go-to scorer.
The Suns? They just drafted Kendall Marshall.
more like they just signed Dragic. I don't see Kendall being more than a backup point guard, maybe I'm wrong, but if anything they signed Dragic to be their long-term point guard. As for CJ, I was thinking he could play as Dragic's backcourt wingman to provide more of the scoring while Dragic is more of the playmaker?