DuckIII wrote:Chandler Hutchison could not execute a cone dribble at one of my 5th grade basketball practices and was a “zero level” scorer. Couldn’t hit threes, had no mid range game, and is one of the worst finishers I’ve ever seen unless it was a dunk. He also had no left hand and I’m not sure I ever saw him pass the ball unless it was a two hand swing pass. What are you talking about?
We'll see how it goes with Williams, I don't want to be too down on him, but he has an average 1st step, his only somewhat advanced shooting move is a pull up mid range jumper, and his release is so slow from outside that he can only shoot when wide, wide open. I've not seen him do anything that makes me think he is an advanced ball handler or passer. He's average at best as a SF prospect in those areas, maybe a bit above as a PF prospect.
There are things I like about him as a prospect. I don't think he's awful at anything, and so if by all the tools, you mean he has a good base to work with, sure, he has a base to work with, but to be an elite player you need to be elite at things. Most guys whom become elite players are elite at something going in, even if that thing is just athleticism. I don't see him having any elite skills.
There are guys like Butler or Kawhi, whom were really good athletes, but not elite ones, that became elite players anyway, but that feels like a much less likely story than the guys whom were just super elite athletes or guys whom had some crazy elite skill right away.