He's pretty good. I could see him at 15ppg possibly, but his biggest problem is consistancy, he mostly pulls of for 3s in transition and one game he'll name 5 or 6 in a row and then the next game he'll finish 1/7 from 3s. I pretty much feel like that's where his only game is. He occasionally will take it into the paint but he mostly sits our shooting 3s. Really good at it though. He'll also grab a few rebounds for you. I'd say he's more of a very solid 10-12 ppg player.
He lacks a position....SF with pretty slow feet on D but wit the CLippers looked like he tried. But for the Lakers I don't see the point......He's Tim Thomas like with the consistency and he's not a tough inside player....they alreasy have Luke Walton...who he only shoots better than and Lamar Odom same thing...
Unless they are gonna go ultra big with KB8 at PG what's teh point of adding a player you have two versions of already?
I still can't believe yall chose him over Banks. I still think that's a mistake.
Outside shooting is a concern for the Lakers. Someone has to be able to make teams pay for the doubles and triples on Bryant.
But yeah, I agree with you. MLE money would have been better spent on the defensive point guard the Lakers need even worse than a shooter. However, if they find a way to get Duhon or Watson, the Rad signing will look a lot better.