50yrceltsfan wrote:CSL_1904 wrote:His ceiling is superstar. And I don't care what anyone else thinks.
Will he get there? I don't know. He obviously needs to polish some stuff in his game. But he's an incredible hard worker, has great mentality and has improved at an oustanding pace. Love JB.
His game is similar to, and on a path to reach, Kawai Leonard's, who is 29 and reached superstar status around 26. His trajectory and pace of improvement is at a high angle as we've seen the past 2 seasons.
He's not better than Tatum, but to be honest he's just as good overall. He's a year older, physically stronger. He has terrific control and pace when finishing, his layups in traffic almost always go in, never clang off the board. He's got a quick and deadly 3, especially when hot. And he creates his own mid-range jumper and hits it more often than not. I have more confidence we're gonna score points when the ball's in his hands than in Tatum's. And I love Tatum too.
Not to mention his D which is generally excellent, and his ability to cover any type of player. And a leader of men. Total stud.
Meant to also add that his offense is pretty consistent throughout the game, not what I'd call a streaky player. His mid range and drives are reliable.
sorry but strong disagree here. Tatum initiates the whole offense at a much better clip than Brown has. Tatum can be "Kobe-lite one day.. Brown can be Kawhi-lite perhaps though.