Even though it's only a stretch of 3-4 games, I agree.
I know a lot of guys on the forum are saying that Bayless will be a solid backup but in all honesty I think he could be a legit starting PG for us. I loved him in Portland (when he played) and what he's showing now is pretty good.
Like you guys have mentioned, the court vision and play making comes with experience and at this point he really has none. This is the first time he's getting good minutes and he's producing. He's 22, and his ceiling right now in my opinion is very high.