Originally Posted by PMatic
I have no idea where that three came from.
We'll see, but I think it bodes well that he has gotten to the rim against the likes of Draymond and Towns (rookie I know, but pretty good on D) so far. Last night was the perfect team for him because no one on the Mavs can stay in front of him and they have little to no rim protection.
The Mavs also rebound terribly, so that was another advantage for him.
I don't want to give the wrong impression. I like Randle. I think he's a nice piece with upside. But based on what I've seen from him so far, which I admit is not a lot, I'm not convinced he's going to be a star player. That's all I've been trying to get at.
If he proves me wrong, great . . . for Lakers fans.