Breakdown of Campazzo's game and how it may translate to the NBA...
That seems to me like an excellent explanatory video.
A. He's got a really unique passing style that has been effective at least in the euro leagues. Court vision is also obviously there.
Even if that unique passing ends up effective in the NBA, the Timberwolves have already had a special passer with special court vision before. They found out a few things. That skill alone isn't enough from a PG in the NBA, they also need to be their own threat to score, which brings me to the next point B. But first they also found out they need other players on the floor cutting more, and ready for such no look passes. This style takes time to gel with teamates.
B. The video points out that he's not afraid to shoot from the 3 and that is paramount in Rosas system. However, the video aptly points out the distance is different and the NBA defenders will be different. I'll let others argue on whether NBA players defend as much as Euro players. But the size and abilities of those defending him may be different. So while his percentages seem good at 38% and 35% against taller/better opponents as the video points out, it also points out there should be some expectation those numbers could drop a little.
C. Other unknowns.
He's never played an 82 game schedule. Is 40 to 50 an average number of games he is used to and will that have any bearing on anything?
How much would he really cost the cap in the new season.?