phil pressey's potential

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    phil pressey's potential

    can he play like dana barros? 

     
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    Re: phil pressey's potential

    What we learned in summer league is this kid can play. Like many young PGs coming into the league, he will need to work on his jump shot and improve his decision making skills (limit turnovers).

    Key worry - opposing teams running iso plays and posting him up.

     
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    Its a shame Nolan Smith was injured in the first Q of the the first summer league game.

    He has good PG size at 6'3", came from good pedigree at Duke, knows how to win (NCAA Championship team in 2010), averaged 20.6 PPG and was first team All American.  He was injured in 2012 summer league for Portland and never really got a chance to play.

    If he can return to the court and play healthy, he may be our PG over Pressey. 

     
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    Re: phil pressey's potential

    In response to Mployee8's comment:

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

     

    Its a shame Nolan Smith was injured in the first Q of the the first summer league game.

    He has good PG size at 6'3", came from good pedigree at Duke, knows how to win (NCAA Championship team in 2010), averaged 20.6 PPG and was first team All American.  He was injured in 2012 summer league for Portland and never really got a chance to play.

    If he can return to the court and play healthy, he may be our PG over Pressey. 

     




    He reportedly has a slight tear below his calf muscle, an injury unrelated to the Achilles tendon, meaning he'd miss the rest of the summer but possibly be ready to play again with the Celtics at the start of their training camp in October.

     



    Thanks.  Should be real interesting to see this team evolve over the summer and past the Feb trade deadline.   I can't see Bass, Crawford, or Bogans adding any value to the team.  But wouldn't be surprised to see Nolan and Pressey on the roster if healthy.    

     
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    In response to Mployee8's comment:

    another PG that could be had is Bobby Brown if we had a roster spot by the time the season starts but he needs to opt out of his euro-contract by 8/15th and no doubt wants an NBA team committment to do so.

    Bobby Brown is a 28-year old, lighting quick, 6’1” point guard who can score at will in the international game. The guard out of Cal State-Fullerton demonstrates leadership, and can be a very strong weapon off the bench for a playoff team. While Brown has been the leader of his teams overseas, he transformed his game from being a Louis Williams type of undersized scoring guard, to becoming a true point guard that just so happens to possess excellent scoring ability.

    http://www.sheridanhoops.com/2013/08/11/deadline-looming-for-euroleague-scoring-champ-bobby-brown/



    Agree with your perspective of Hump and Wallace.  Neither will be on the team 2014-2015 season one way or another.

    Thanks for the head-up on Boby Brown. He was never on my radar.

     
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    Re: phil pressey's potential

    Stop irrationally hating on Bass. He absolutely has something to contribute to an NBA team. He has done excellent in the post season. He's a good role player.

     
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    Agreed.  Bass is not a NBA starter.  He is over paid with a bad multi-year contract, especially for a bench contributor.   But should bring maximum trade value with a contender.

     
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