- David Thorpe, ESPN Staff Writer
Leonard is in the unique position of being a steady rookie who doesn't have to do too much to make an impact on his team. But he has the potential to be a pretty skilled guy, and he would be an even more valuable player if he could make more plays with the ball in his hands, as Iguodala does. Iguodala stands behind only LeBron James as the best wing defender/passer in the game.
Homework time for the rooks. Which veteran should Kawhi Leonard study?