I just can't see any significant issues with this guy. He's hungry and the effort is always there.
He's pretty solid on defense, and while not a great offensive player, he seems to know his limits.
I can't think of a better player for a Two-Way contract, and the following article explains...
My thoughts on each young player -
Fox: Incredibly fast. Needs to polish a few things but looks to have superstar potential.
Mason: Had trouble finishing, but I'm not concerned. I think he will compose himself.
Jackson: Very thin, but looked solid. Not sure he can provide much besides...
I'm fairly confident that Washington will match the offer. Now, with that said...
I love Otto. I loved him in the draft, and I like him just as much now. He's one of those "intangibles" type of guys.
He's the guy who does all the right things that don't necessarily always show up in a box...
Not sure whether I love this or hate this.
The issue is with the way he said things. It looks as if his role was to grab what's available, or at least, he makes it same as though Joerger gave him that role.
If that's the case I am ecstatic. This would mean he may have had the rebounding...
Willie has been crashing the glass lately. This is what we need on a consistent basis moving forward. It's really nice to see, and inspires confidence in his development.
Last 5 games:
27 MIN 10 REB
34 MIN 14 REB
29 MIN 8 REB
33 MIN 9 REB
33 MIN 14 REB
If Ben had not gone off tonight like he was supposed to three years ago, this game would have been MUCH uglier.
I love our young guys, and I enjoy watching them, but they sorely missed that vet leadership on the floor tonight.
And no, Ty Lawson does not count.
I love Temple. He's versatile, tenacious and overall just a very, very solid player. He's really built a nice career out of nothing (and has made some nice $ in doing so).
For me, he's a perfectly ideal bench guy. He seems to have great basketball IQ and with his defense, could be a situational...
So can we talk about how good this guy has been since he joined our team?
27 MPG: 15 PPG/ 4 RPG/ 1 SPG FG% 49 3P% 44
I know, I know. He's old for a rookie...but he's still a rookie!
He looks like what Ben McLemore should have been.
I know some people will be disappointed with the win here, but I'm excited. Nothing builds a winning culture like actually WINNING. I'm all for getting a great draft pick, but I believe the fastest way to winning in the future is winning now.
Perpetual losing kills morale.