Originally Posted by Admiral
just took a look at the current nba.com rookie ladder, they have Ross at #7, ahead of both Harrison Barnes and Dion Waiters who were both drafted ahead of him, at least that looks good whether or not it lasts or what happens in future seasons
he's also ahead of austin rivers which a lot of people in basketball were bashing the Raptors
for not taking since we were in need of shooting
not really sure why people were so down on Ross when he was projected as 1 of the top athletes and shooters in the draft, as well as 1 of the better perimeter defenders
those are 3 of the most important characteristics to have as a perimeter player, basically means all the guy needs to really do is develop the IQ to an nba level and he can just use his already developed skills
If he adds size and passing then just continues to improve his shooting at the NBA level and he can be special.