You don't know what you're talking about.
Ha ok. Go watch a bunch of games from Indiana the past 2 seasons. Not just highlights, full games.
I would assume that this is largely true for him to be shooting 60%, but 44% from 3 taking 2 3s a game makes me wonder how justified the general criticism of his offense is. 2 guard version of Trevor Ariza certainly seems too negative.
Like I said, his shot has improved a lot. And he deserves credit for that because his work ethic and motor is off the charts. But, he also shot 20% the season before. Worked his butt off and improved. I give him that. But, hes not a natural shooter/scorer. He cant go left. He gets out of control and turns the ball over a lot. Over 2/3 of his shots came from the basket area and 30% of his used possession came in transition. He can drive and finish at the rim in transition really well. That is why he shot 60% last year. But he shot just 21.1% on jump shots and only 18% on catch and shoot opportunities. Can he get to the rim as well as he did in college?? Maybe. Maybe not. Defenders just have to sag off of him and cut him off going to the rim. Basically give him the jump shot.
Will his high 3pt % last in the NBA? Im not sure. But I will give him the praise of being an extremely hard worker, unselfish player, and a great athlete.
And i thought comparing him to a 2 guard version of Trevor Ariza was better than saying he is Tony Allen. Ariza brings more offensive game than Tony Allen.
And I like Oladipo a lot . His attitude, work ethic, toughness, and leadership is off the charts. Hes a good defender. Good rebounder. He is pretty much good at every aspect of the game, except the offensive end.