Originally Posted by Vincent Van Ho
Wall is close to a max player though. It is what it is. Jennings got that Nate Robinson treatment for a reason. There is a huge difference between the two players
But that huge difference is due to what though? Because it can't be off of what Wall has done thus far right? Has to be off of what they believe Wall will do in the future right? Jennings hasn't done much except chuck since that 55 point game granted, but what has Wall done that is so substantial that says "Near max player."
If one believes that Wall will do in the future is 60+M's better than Jennings, then that's fine, he very well may. I just tend to disagree with that notion. I haven't seen enough of Wall honestly to give him the benefit of the doubt that he'll become this max guy. No matter the team, a Max player has to be able to get at least 30 wins in a season before he gets that contract, right? We'll see what this season has in store for the two.
By the way, i'm actually expecting Wall to prove his worth this upcoming season if the last half of the season was any indication. They should be in the running for a playoff spot. All I was saying was up until this point, he hasn't done much to separate him from a Brandon Jennings from a wins perspective and a statistical perspective, thus isn't a max guy. He may become one, but he isn't right now.