im watching the washionton ucla game. i think Wroton has tons of potenial but his turnovers seem careless. Im not sure im sold on him as pg if he leaves after this yr. BTW big second half for Terrence Ross
Terrence Ross ended the second half 7-8 from the field
Im never sold when players are over-hyped especially by a lot of talk from themselves. They normally don't pan out.
terrence ross stole the show! he's big time! another year in school wouldn't hurt wroten
ucla blew it, damn. Ross was great down the stretch, showed why hes a potential lotto pick. This is the worst i have seen wroten since conference play started.
ROSS IS speacial this Washionton team has good players should be better than there record.
Washington will be better when Wroten leaves. Book it!
UW down 10 to UCLA late in the game, Romar sits Wroten and Huskies commence to go on a run to pull put the win. I think he sat the final 8 minutes and during that time UW went on a 13-0 run.
This kid makes some of the most mindnumbingly dumb plays and can't be trusted in tight situations.
Yeah Wroten has big time potential he's very similar to Tyreke Evans accept where Evans is a better scorer Wroten is a better passer. A way better passer. There's some great footage on youtube of Wroten's passing ability it shows you both the good and bad. He creates a ton of opportunities that his teammates don't finish because they are often unready for the ball. Wroten is at his best with the ball in his hands making plays.
Wroten would be a perfect fit in a spot like New Orleans and Detroit where they have either and undersized SG or a scoring PG.
wroten was awful tonight and he is still a big gamble becasue he is a gaurd with average at best defense and absoulutely no jump shot whatsoever. But this was a bad game for him. He has been as impressive as any UW player this season and has taken over numerous games. UCLA is an improving squad and defends pretty well right now. Ross led them to a win becasue he hits stupid nba type off balnce shots that not too many college guys can make and ucla's d couldnt do anything about it.
Yeah, Wroten needs to come back to UDub next year and iron out the kinks.
T. Ross should go top 8 in the draft. 6'6/6'7 athlete who can shoot, penetrate, and create his own shot on the bounce (something that separates him from the pack). One of those guys with both an extremely high floor and ceiling. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Ross emerges as the best wing from this year's draft (over Barnes, Lamb, MKG, and Beal).
Well the mockdrafts have Wroten leaving after this year like everyone on this board wanted them 2, I think he is gone as well.
Wroten to me seems like a poor mans Tyreke Evans.. Considering people aren't completely sure what to think of Evan's yet that could bode good or ill at this point... It seemed like he wasn't quite 100% tonight either way.. He will be in the league though, and if he puts the work in, the jumpshot will come, and he will be effective... I'm definitely on the Ross bandwagon along with most of you it seems. He'll be very good.. We could see Wroten put everything together late in the season with the pac 12 tourney and on.. Much like how another Washington guard with some capable athleticism turned everyone's heads last year. Oh that was Ross..
I have watched a couple of Washington games this year, and while Wroten looks like he has an upside, there just seems to be something missing in his game, besides the obvious lack of an outside shot and free throws. He is big, strong, and pretty athletic, but it just doesnt seem like he understands the game. Perhaps his coaching in HS wasnt very good, I cant speculate on that but he seems like he needs alot of refinement.
Ross is a stud. I thought he was really impressive last season in the Tournament in the UNC matchup especially and looks like he could be a really solid NBA wing. He has legitimate SF size, he crashes the boards, can shoot, defend and drive pretty well. Not a ton of holes in his game.
Ross needs to get stronger,work on his ball handling and learn to play in a half court set....He excells in transition,but struggles in halfcourt..
i have been scouting young guys, watching them success or bust and still..i don't understand why you all guys think that guys like Wroten need one more year..i understand that 2rounder's who get 10minutes a game in the nba make a mistake and it's better to be in college but Wroten even with all those TO's and raw game still pretty much dominates it at least every second game, he would get 20minutes or even more a game his rookie year and that type of experience and a full year with NBA players teammates and professional coaches should be much better to get ready than that sophmore year in the ncaa.
Who in the hell is Tony Wroton? lol... :)
Wroten ends up being a better NBA player than Ross
I think Wroten was hurt that game because he was constaly limping and they took him out and would put him back in. For his size though he may a couple of plays that when healthy and with some seasoning show why many are high no him.
"i have been scouting young guys, watching them success or bust and still..i don't understand why you all guys think that guys like Wroten need one more year..i understand that 2rounder's who get 10minutes a game in the nba make a mistake and it's better to be in college but Wroten even with all those TO's and raw game still pretty much dominates it at least every second game, he would get 20minutes or even more a game his rookie year and that type of experience and a full year with NBA players teammates and professional coaches should be much better to get ready than that sophmore year in the ncaa."
The reason to go back to school is that there is way too much Iman Shumpert to his game at this moment. Wroten doesn't really know how to run the point, and can't shoot from the perimeter. It isn't a good combination.
Yeah, also, a lot of guys with holes in their games get exposed going to the NBA too early. You keep getting exposed against NBA competition and teams start to question whether you can play or not. Some guys step their games up, but some are just content being the player they are and having a million dollar paycheck. Some guys, it gets in their heads, and they're out of the league after their rookie contract is up.
Sometimes it's better to improve those weakpoints in your game against lower competition, the learning curve isn't quite so high. When I watch him, I see a talented guy, but a poor decision maker and a guy who would struggle to get PT in the NBA because he throws the ball away so much. He's also a slasher who shoots 57% from the FT line. That doesn't cut it in the NBA.