What point guard from last year's draft do you see having the most improvement.
A Lot of players that do not play well right off the back and even so that put up good numbers tend to have better 2nd years where they know how to pace themselves and what to work on.
Do you see some past rookie point guard like Holiday overtaking some of the point guards that outplayed him this past season?
Either Jennings or Collison. Jennings just seems like he wants to be an allstar. Collison because he is probably going to get traded within the next year and wants to be great for his new team.
I think Jennings will improve the most, and show that he should get mention as one of the elite PG's in the game. Look for his FG% to rise by about 6-8%, his assists to rise by about 3, and his 3-point shooting to stay the same.
I think his numbers might double from last season. I feel the man has all these talents. He shown he could run a offense in spurts, he could defend and he's not afraid of taking some big shots. I think Doug Collins should make Jrue Holiday the PG of the team and Lou Williams a spark off the bench.
The point guard situation in Philly might get a little messy this season. Jrue is the future but Williams is the "veteran" that doesn't want to give up his spot. I say let them play it out in training camp, don't go in with a preference.
It would appear that Philly may need to move Williams but what team could you see taking him. He could do well next to CP3.
^Nah, Holiday has the PG job locked down. Lou Williams is better off the bench in an instant offense role, and is much less of a true PG than Holiday is. Holiday will have the job next season.
Roddy Beaubois won't put up big numbers next year, but in my opinion he will improve the most. Coming in he wasn't supposed to be this good on offense, and with another year he will only be more polished as a point guard. Given more minutes, and playing behind the smartest PG in the game never hurt anyone either