leadpipe wrote:In today's NBA it's awful hard to find an impact player who isn't near the top of the charts as an athlete.
Hey, it's not like you guys aren't making killer points on this. I'm listening. I don't think Sully is an elite talent either at this point. He's not a top pick candidate. I just don't know where his celing is yet guys. You don't have to jump out of the gym to be a very good player, even in the Association, even on the blocks. Lee's Love example is a good one. I think Boozer is another. And then you're talking about going back to guys like Dantley and Barkley who had a freaky inside knack.
I don't think you all are wrong, but I don't know ur right yet. I do think on the college level too many are too hard on the kid, esp after the loss. He got zero help.