Originally Posted by halphbreedballer
Um he has played spot sf his whole time in Utah & he has been there starting sf for most of this season. He has enough speed to keep up with most sf's in the league & not to mention that he has expanded his game to the 3point line...
He is a hybrid pf/sf imo
Plus Utah does not plan to attempt to resign him because there front court is too deep.
Has he? I haven't watched their games. I just thought it would be common sense to put him as a 4. I don't think he can match up well against other dominant SF's, atleast any better than the ones we have. He's only made 11 threes this year, I wouldn't call him consistent from there. Either way, there's no comparison in which position he plays better. He's a natural 4. I think it's laughable if they have play at the 3 spot, other than situational ofcourse. Point is, if we get him, he's our 4 only.