I agree. He gets knocked a bit because he isnt a traditional pg. No rule says your pg must get X assists in order to be good or a good fit.
It's more than assist numbers. You've made it pretty clear that you are anti-assist as an indicator of guard play, but a PG should get assists, or he's either a chucker or not a point guard.
Bledsoe is touted as this defensive/transition monster by several posters, but transition often leads to easy assists. Where are those? Overall, it implies he is a good finisher, but has limited court vision, which I want in a PG.
Frankly, he is another combo guard that is pretty redundant with Gordon. People are trying to make him a starting PG here, but I just don't see it. If I eat crow, so be it. I really just don't think his numbers will project out to a starting PG role.