Synciere wrote:Nazrmohamed wrote:Synciere wrote:Iâ€™m waiting for that game where he dominates and wills us to victory against a contender or some shyt. Then Iâ€™m waiting for him to do it again. Thatâ€™s when Iâ€™ll be a full believer in RJ. The day he drops 43 against the Nets in a back and forth with Harden and KD or something. While I appreciate his slow and steady demeanor and energy, I need that explosion.
Well you ain't gonna get it. I'd be happy if he were a Jimmy Butler type. From what I see that's a best case scenario.
Jimmy Butler has definitely dominated games and controlled the outcome for his team. His career high is 50-something lol. Heâ€™s been the go to point guard for his teams the last half decade. Jimmy Butler would be an AWESOME outcome.
And I listed him cause he had to build it though, wouldn't you say? The guys you mentioned sortve, I never wanna say born into greatness cause all these guys work hard on thier craft, but they came into the league as phenoms and seemingly destined players. Jimmie didn't have thier talent level coming in and I feel like RJ could take a path like that. I didn't mean to disrespect Butler in fact I very much respect him. But it evolved over time.