does anybody else find his game strikingly similiar to danny granger? i mean check both of their first 2 years in the league stat wise
rookie: 7.5ppg, .7blk, .8stl, 1.2ast, 4.9reb, 0.4 threepm, 22minutespg
sophomore: 13.9ppg, .7blk, .8stl, 1.4ast, 4.6reb, 1.3threepm, 34minutespg
rookie:6.1ppg, .1blk, .5stl, .5ast, 2reb, 1.1threepm, 14.7minutespg
sophomore:14.4ppg, .9blk, .9stl, 1.6ast, 4.9 reb, 2.7threepm, 31minutespg
the real question is... where does the ceiling of improvement hit for gallinari?
Well don't take credit for this 1st, it's on ESPN.
I mean outside of shooting 3's alot I don't see too much of a comparison. We'll see though.
Not even close to Granger
i don't see gallo ever being the one on one threat off the dribble that granger is.
Granger actually played great d early on. From an offensive point i can see what you are talking about though. I just think Granger was more polished because he did stay in school all four years. I see galinari as a Bargini clone to some degree but Galinari plays tougher and may be slightly slower.
gallo isnt strong like granger and he isnt that aggresive on the offense,i see him more like mcgrady (but less versatile)
gallo will most definitely be a star in a few years. He is only 70 games into his career and already showing flashes of brilliance. This kid is going to be very special, and very different from any player we have in the NBA today.
looking back on the draft 5 years from now i expect gallo to be the consensus number one pick...trust me