KnickMan wrote:MaseInYourFace wrote:Clyde_Style wrote:
Not every effective PG is quick. Mark Jackson wore lead boots, but he was effective, though he was a very physical guy who bodied his defenders.
Frank's issues were less about speed or quickness and more about decisiveness. When he doesn't hesitate he gets to the rack just like any other good penetrator.
And his hard work on his handle started to pay off as he began to show an ability to navigate to wherever he wanted on the floor which is one of the primary abilities you need in a point.
Frank is quite competent at the PnR. Our coaching most of his time here has not been competent and under-utilized the PnR.
Frank is big. He can see the floor.
I think he can handle the PG position if you commit to him. He's just one of those guys whose potential was going to take time and he was handled like garbage by the Knicks so far and he didn't crack. His confidence wavered a lot, but he hung in there and starting showing signs last season. I think he is a player that will continue to progress and reward patience.
Mark Jackson played in a different era. I can’t think of too many current nba points as slow as Frank if any.
Kyle Lowry says hello.
Lol, frank is much slower than kyle lowry man.