soxperry wrote:Btw Wes was around 36% last season on around 4 per game but a lot of that was anchored by 39 on wide open. 33 on pullups. Offensively Forbes looks better and thats without knowing the rest of his game. Dont have to though because shooting wide open 3s is literally all Wes could do.
Completely agree. I loved Wes’ ability on D to stay in front of most players and body up on physical wings. He was also one of their more consistent guys on wide open catch and shoot threes. But he had holes in his game. Anything outside of wide open catch and shoot threes was non-existent. And if he dribbled it was Sterlingsville. On D, he was in trouble if forced to switch onto anyone taller or asked to chase guys around screens.
Forbes offers more offensively than Wes and DDV is better all around defender. Between the two of them, they are better at SG than last season. (Especially because Jrue can also play SG)