Mylie10 wrote:The-Power wrote:Mylie10 wrote:So for me Paschall has already solidified the small forward spot for next year.
I love Paschall but let's see how he handles guarding good SFs and how reliable his shooting will be first.
I've seen enough. Unless we bring in another legit small forward, I'm good with Paschall. And I've said that prior to the outburst the other night.
I'm not in love with a frontcourt of Paschall, Green and Looney/Cauley-Stein unless Paschall can hit 3's reliably. That is yet to be seen. Likewise, I don't like him guarding quicker wings (which he would have to do as our SF) unless he can prove that he can stop their dribble penetration. If he can do that and exploit favorable match-ups and space reliably, I'd be open to starting him – but that's a bit premature for me.
I guess we'll see how he develops, who we add and what the coaching staff sees. At this point, however, I also still like the idea of pairing Steph and Klay with either a true wing or another Guard. I think there is a lot of untapped potential in having Klay be our SF and insert another shot creator into the line-up (so long as this player can also play off the ball) – not to mention that this helps roster construction because it allows you to add a high-level player to back up Steph as that player can still start.