puppa bear wrote:Nunn will walk, after signing an offer sheet we’re not prepared to match. He will blow-up there, once he has more of a green light & if he learns how to get to the FT line will become a legit starter.
This is not a mis-management, but just a place where Spo’s methodologies (& the team direction) aren’t in synergy with what the player needs to develop.
I can live with that and I don't blame it on Spo, the team, or anything else. At the end of the day as a 6'1-6'2 pg to me you've got to be one of 3 categories: Steph/Lillard like shooting, CP3/Lowry esque defense and playmaking, or Wall/Fox speed.
16.6, 3.9 ast, 43% FG, 37% 3
17.8 pts 3.2 ast, 49% FG 38% 3
Those are the per 36 numbers for Nunn this past year and another undersized combo guard that this team once matched an offer for. If Nunn goes on to blow up as you say, you congratulate him and pat yourself on the back for giving him a chance to develop in the first place. But I wouldn't lose sleep over it.