Eric Maynor or Jrue Holiday
I don't know why people think Holiday is so good to me Maynor is way better and the second best pure point in the draft. What do u think?
I have not seen Maynor in lots of games but Holiday is an elite player mark my word. He has been underrated in draft boards until lately. Ucla style does not fit him very well but in an up pace style he will be very effective. If he gets on a team with lots of playing time for him he could have a Russell Westbrook type year (I do not compare them because they are from Ucla but because there games are like). I do think though that if Holiday is not taken in the top 14 he will have been underrated s
I think they're even but Jrue is guna get drafted higher b/c of his hs career,name,n potential
i think jrue is a top 5 point guard in this draft but i want him to fall so the hawks could get him
Maynor is the next Doug Overton.
Same level of competition (weak).
Shot just 33% from the field vs. ranked teams.
im just not seeing the hype on jru..what has he shown that was impressive..i mean yeah in highschool he was nice but thats highschool and the games ive seen him at ucla he hasnt impressed me at all so are people loving his potential from highschool since he didnt do much in college?..and i never put much stock in workouts unless its a 5 on 5 workout...but all this is just my opinion on about 3 games ive seen him play and seeing his college stats
he never played pg that much in college as collison was the pg, jrue is better with the ball in his hands than off the ball like he played in college. He also has great size for a pg and is a very good defensive guard. He has all the tools, just wasn't in the right situation in college to succeed.
I keep saying this so let me give you my scouting reports on both
Maynor- Good, Pure PG. He can create at the basket as well as shoot. Can lead a team and set up shooters and post players. This is the guy you want to lead a young team. ( High spot : 7-Golden State. Low Spot- 19 Atlanta)
Holiday-High Upside. Can play the PG or SG spots. Excellent defender, could be a all-defensive NBA teamer. Could post down small PG and speed past SG's. Could be a great player or a huge failure. (High spot- 4- Sacramento. Low Spot- 18-Minnesota)
but if youre suppossed to be a future super star will it really matter that much if youre position is changed?..i mean yeah a lil but should you go from being a regular player to being a super star?...if blake was playing pf instead of center would it matter?..if magic played sg instead of pg in college would it have mattered( actually magic did play other positions instead of pg and still dominated) i just dont see any other player thats expected to be a super star change postion and be a regular player
Maynor at 13 to Indiana.
Holiday at 18 to Minnesota. (He will fall to 20 if Minnesota takes Jennings at 6)