Totally agree, although I'm going with Skal being the game changer here in Sac. He's got it all. Teams will be kicking themselves for years after passing on this kid. Watch him put on a little bit of weight over the off-season and just go off next season.
But Skal does have it all. And I love his attitude and work ethic. I really do feel we have the start of something special here.
Right now, just looking at Skal, don't you just easily see, minimum, a 20 pt scorer? I do. I mean, that's just obviously what I'm looking at. It's just that the team is figuring things out and finding it's flow, and also he's only really played about 30 NBA games. 2 years from now he's easily an 18-20 point guy, that's already obvious. What's amazing about him is that that now appears to be his floor. What I think is more likely is that he is a 24-27 pt, 10-12 reb guy. For years.