Vae Victus wrote:Combo guards with some playmaking would be a help at this time as well. PatBev is truly a limited player, and its annoying how he cashed out perfectly at the right time only to regress back to what he always was. An oft injured, midget, with limited game, and a bigass mouth. Kennard might just work out as a spot PG, but with his knees, i dont want him chasing around super quick players if i can help it.
The contract was okay, just a bit over MLE, a little overpay, but nothing wild. I'm actually still confused as to why many Clippers fans expected more from him. I discussed with other Clippers fans that he's an injury prone player, his defense is good in spurts, but CP was an overall higher impact defensive player, and he's not a real PG.
So I don't understand why people expected him to be more than that. He's a high energy guard who is a decent ball handler, decent passer, good spot up shooter, generally above average to good defensive player, and his actual best skill as a guard is rebounding for a guard, mainly offensive rebounding, and his spot up shooting, both useful skills, certainly. He has no pull-up game, he's not a slasher, so offensively, there's only so much he can do as an initiator. He's like the better version of Delladova, though Delladova is probably a better passer.