Just because you play college for 4 years doesnt mean you are done developing as a player and already "topped out."
Jose Calderon- 11 pts 7 assists. Doesn't do anything else. He is a premier passer though. But top 10 PG? Come on.
Conley is a great floor leader and defender. I already said that. Less assists and points than Lillard though. FG% is 43 but 3s is 35.
I'm a huge Kemba fan. 17.5 pts and 5.6 assists. Only shoots 42% from FG and 32% from 3. Plays 35 minutes a game. How is this Kyrie like #s, but Lillards aren't?
Lowry is 1 of the best if not the best rebounding PG in the game. He averages 12 pts, 6 assts, and 5 Rebs. Shooting 40% from FG and 37% from 3. I'll give it to you he rebounds betters, but that's it. And I don't want a PG who's best asset is rebounding.
And like I said, out of the 26 other PGs ahead of Lillard in the PER, there are only a handful of PGs besides the elite that I would take ahead of him. You prove my point correct. He's on the same level as Kemba, Lowry, and Conley.
O and your too butt hurt because Lillard is going to get ROY over AD that you find the 1 thing that says he's not a damn good PG in the PER. And I'm not comparing Lillard to AD. Again, we def went with the right guy. But to say Lillard is just average when he puts up 19/7 in his rookie year and he won't develop anymore in the league is pretty absurd.
This post was edited on 3/28 at 6:52 pm