dc wrote:RJ easily had a worse eFG% and TS% than any of the 10 guys who made the 1st/2nd team. And that includes smaller guards like Coby White and Nunn.
He was just very inefficient at scoring the ball. Gotta work on that.
Absolutely. On a positive note, RJ did improve his efficiency after he got back from his last injury before COVID ended our season. We know he's a hard worker and a good kid so hopefully he'll continue to improve.
Having said all of that, while some of my brothers and sisters on the Knicks forum may disagree, I don't feel as though RJ will be a superstar. He could be a borderline All Star. He does some nice things on the court but if doesn't develop a solid jump shot (fix that form), I think he'll be just a solid role player who does a little bit of everything. Still not bad.
Also, he's a 3 not a 2.