Originally Posted by JellyBean
Not really. Some coaches will adapt their system around their talent levels. But I just don't see a coach like Larry Brown using Curry in the right manner.
No, coaches/teams draft to a certain style of play is more likely than that. Name one successful coach that adapts to their talent level versus coaches a certain style and have management draft into that style of play. A team is not going to draft Stephen Curry for the sake of it. The worst case scenario is that a team just drafts the best player available, but even that is a subjective argument. More than likely they take into consideration the draftee's game and what the team trying to accomplish as far as their identity goes.
And once again I really, really doubt Stephen will be lost under a Larry Brown team. The man coached and was successful with Allen Iverson for God's sake. Stephen Curry is in the same mold. An undersized pure scorer. He'd be fine there.
If Minnesota drafts him, I'd be worried. They already of McCants and Foye..which they haven't really had success in defining their roles on the team. Well Minnesota is just a mess overall. I have my own theories that Al Jefferson is quickly becoming another Shareef Abdul-Rahim.