ClipsFanSince98 wrote:As long as SGA starts next to CP3 I'll be fine. If SGA loses minutes it's a terrible situation for OKC long term.
Can you see both playing together or is it better to start developing SGA as a pure point guard? You know him way better than I do
I think the realistic scenario is they play together until CP3 is moved. The front office probably will use CP3 as a mentor for now (although you gotta be careful because he wears on teammates fast with constant barking and criticism). He demands a lot as a teammate in the way Jordan and Kobe did. If you have that competitor, win at all costs (including punching in balls) mentality, you'll be fine. If you're more laid back, not so much. SGA is 6'6" with a 7'0" wingspan and was often matched up with Klay Thompson in the playoffs, so obviously he can play 1-3.