Originally Posted by brwnman
I have no expectations from him. Never saw him play in the summer league and had never heard of him before. Also, he's behind Humphries and Bargs in the depth chart and probably Joey Graham (who is the most versatile player in the league)...
As in he's no good at every single position
. Let's not get started on the garbage pile that is Joey Graham. He'll be buried on the bench this year behind at least two players, which is where he'll be the most effective.
I have to think that if Jawai shows even the slightest of the tenacious, athletic banger the team is still sorely missing, he'll be splitting minutes with Bargs ahead of Hump soon enough.
Unless Bargnani shows drastic improvement pretty early on, he won't be getting those well-we-don't-really-have-a-choice
minutes that he got last year. As much as it'll hurt to bench his #1 pick, Colangelo isn't stupid.