Originally posted by <b>kcchiefs-fan</b>!
Size is defintely a problem. Is athletic ability limits it as a problem, but it's obvious he'd be a much better player if he were 3-5 inches taller. As for his shot, you're right, even with that he's still a good rookie PG. But we're talking about potential here. Does he have the potential to be one of the elite PG's in the league someday? I would say that it's a possibility, but as I've already mentioned, he's definitely not the first PG I would take out of this draft class.
Which player couldn't use another 3-5 inches?
I think in the next couple years he'll seperate himself from the rest of the PGs in his class. (Since Lebron is a SG now)
Allen Iverson turned out alright and everyone said he could use some more height.
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