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Draymond to the Celtics?
Man, that pick n roll or pick and pop game would be lethal.
That team is already a good defensive team and adding Green, it'll be better.
Isiah Thomas and Green pick and roll/pop, would give teams problem along with some Turner/Green pick and pop/roll.
Green is probably the best at the screen setting and rolling off and making the best decision.
Draymond is a better defender.
But Blake Griffin averages over 5 assist a game while scoring 23 a night and their assist percentage is identical. Naturally, one would think that if you're averaging over 10 more ppg while still creating for teammates at the rate that blake does then yes he is a better playmaker.
Draymond is a better 3 point shooter. But that's it. Draymond is a below average midrange shooter while blake until very recently was above league average.
Unlike you, those things I just mentioned are factual b. Swallow your spit
you just said he does nothing better then blake two message ago. just like when you lebron is better then kobe at everything in basketball.... you straight comedy shoeking.
Kawhi, he's pretty good at getting his shots off, especially in the middle range area. Once he gets deeper into the paint, he'll do turn around with one hand hooked shots that are high percentage.
Basically, he can get to his spots and is very good at doing it and making it.
Mid range monsta.
hes a better defender. dont give me stats, you are the worst when it comes to try and drop stats to prove a point. stats arent everything and dont tell the whole story.
dray is a way better defender and its not close.
. can defend almost anyone one on one ,
dray is also the better passer. blake is a better scorer, dray a better shooter.
dray is not a number one option, yes we know that.
i would say dray plays his role and is better at his role then blake is at his. id rather have draymond and find a first option for him to play with and be robin then have blake as my batman ......
About Jimmy Butler to refer to your question.
He's forcing himself to a leader for THE team. He's trying to push the leadership issue on his teammates and they definitely are not vibing with him on it.
His play making ability is decent - solid, at best.
Him creating his own shots, he's not so great at right now..
Ball handling, he's gotten better but not enough to evade defense and double team on screens.
But when he drives to the hoop, he's pretty good at drawing fouls and finishing the lay ups.
He is improving a lot but face of franchise? Nah.