Originally Posted by dd24
Stuckey is an above average PG. Heck the Hollinger ratings have him at #12 currently.... http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/holli...fposition%3dpg
. He's averaging about 15ppg & 5apg. While I'd like to see the assists go a bit higher, he's always been asked to be a scorer so we can't really complain too much about that. It's not his fault Detroit isn't winning more games, that's for sure. Gordon has been a far bigger disappointment.
Interesting list you sent me, I don't have ESPN insider so how are Jason Kidd,Aaron Brooks, and John Wall ranked? I'd have them higher than Stuck in rankings... I'd have him ranked in between 10 to 20 in terms of starting PG, so that's below average to me.
Agree the assists need to go up which is why I don't see his future as a PG. He just doesn't seem to have those natural PG instincts, way too much of a scorers mentality. Some of that is because of what he is asked to do for the Pistons like you said.
Gordon yea he's be a disappointment but part of that has to do with inconsistent minutes. Splitting time with Rip and now Stuckey..to be effective I say Gordon needs 20 plus...
I don't mind the losing...higher draft pick!!...but I want us to develop our youth more. Yea Austin and Monroe struggle in games but I'd play them regardless, let them play through their mistakes.