- David Thorpe, NBA
In today's NBA, point guards best help their team when they are threats to score, unlike the old days when teams couldn't flood ball side with defenders. Marshall, though, has an old-school game. He's a true setup man who has gifts as a passer and a quarterback. But until he becomes a scoring threat, he won't be as effective as a setup man and, more importantly, won't help his team as much.
Homework time for the rooks. Which veteran should Kendall Marshall study?