The best I can see him becoming is a poor man's Rondo cause that jumpshot of his I can't ever see being pretty enough nor consistent, but fortunately for him, with the Rondo comparison, he does a lot of other things on the court overall that affect the game, which is what warrants the comparison imo.
Even then it's like insulting Rondo almost, looking at how he never stood at in Kentucky nor with the Clippers much. People say because he keeps getting overshadowed by either Wall or Paul, but isn't that kind of a sign as well?
Still since he is going to be the ball handler in Phoenix and go to guy, hard to argue that his stats won't jump considerably, so we'll see if he can make it his own.
Edited by Ven, October 27, 2013 - 12:22 AM.