SWedd523 wrote:JMAC3 wrote:I could be wrong, but it seems like many on this board who are big fans of Wiseman are using his lack of games as a strength. His lack of games leaves a ton of question marks in his game and gives more room for speculation.
With all this room for speculation many seem to think he can shoot, handle the ball away from the basket, pass etc...
It’s as if because there is not enough tape of him “not” doing these things it leaves the door open that he can. Versus a guy who has a ton of tape we have a stronger understanding of their strengths and weaknesses and it’s easier to place limits on their potential.
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I think too many people are anti-Wiseman via looking through a vacuum and conveniently forgetting or ignoring the aircraft carrier sized holes in every other prospect's game. There's a reason why this is considered a weak draft with no clear top one or even top 3 players.
"I won't draft Wiseman because he's not Jokic on offense"
Is his lack of generational offensive talent really cause to put him behind Lonzo "Michael Carter Williams" Ball, Anthony "Needs a Lobotomy" Edwards, Obi "No Neck, No Hips" Toppin, and so on?
I believe this is what is referred to as a strawman.
I've tried to take the time to explain my take and even to point to multiple articles explaining it. Posts like this make it seem like it was a waste of time.