Originally Posted by Aussie Dunker
To answer your question - Definitely
Inconsistent as you would expect from a rookie, but strip that away and there is so much natural talent just waiting to be tapped into. He has the athleticism needed to excel in today's game, with a great dish and drive game as well as a great perimeter game and very active defense. He is only a baby in the big scheme of things but there is no reason he shouldn't develop into a premier point guard in this league... He has a couple of young big studs in Monroe and Drummond who he should mesh well with over the next 5-7 years...
So what do you do with Stuckey? He's still young and yet to peak.