If Lillard isn't scoring, he's not making much of an impact.
Lillard is responsible for, I think, around 40% of Portlands offense. He makes an impact by other ways than just scoring.
I like Trey Burke alot. Only knock on him is his size. I doubt he will measure 6'0 with his shoes off and weighs 180 soaking wet. He likes to do alot of his work in the paint, and at that size it will be hard in the NBA. Not saying he cant do it, but thats really the only knock on him at the moment. He can really heat up from 3 when hes on.
But, Im 1 of those guys that thinks we have a bigger need at the 3 and 5 than we do at PG. Gravy is at least serviceable. And we arent sure what we are going to exactly do with EG. Trade him? Keep him? Who knows... The thing is with this draft though is that there really isnt a stud. At any position. There are a lot of 6'3-6'7 shooting guards that will have to put up a lot of shots. Smart, McElmore, Shabazz, etc.
I like Oladipo, but not as a top 8 pick. Hes a great defender and great in transition, but he disappears when you set up the offense and actually run plays. He gets his points by making stops on D and turning them into dunks or lay ups in transition. And you dont want to take a guy in the top 10 who has trouble creating his own shot and has trouble making jumpers. He reminds me of a 6'4 MKG, who has not played up to expectations.
I think I would still go with Otto Porter. Yes, they lost to FGCU and he didnt play particularly well, but he still had like 13 and 11. Hes not a #1 option, but we dont need him to be our go to guy. Hes a very efficient scorer(48% from FG, and 42% from 3) who doesnt need a lot of shots to put up solid numbers. And he is a good defender and rebounder. I think he is the type of player we need more than a PG at the moment.
But, what happens in FA will dictate where we go. A lot of things can still happen like trading Gordon, siging a solid player, etc. Just need to wait and see how it unfolds.