Many pundits have been surprised with De’Aaron Fox’s performance this year as a lead guard but the reality is they shouldn’t be. An elite high school recruit and a star at Kentucky, Fox was thrown into a tough situation as a rookie sharing minutes with George Hill and at the mercy of Dave Joegers strange rotations and general poor coaching.
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One of the last remaining Sixers from the early days of Sam Hinkie’s Process, Robert Covington had worked his way into becoming one of the best 3&D wings in the league. His tenure in Philly ended though as he was one of the critical pieces in the Jimmy Butler trade, sending BobCov to Minnesota.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander was a Player Line Pro favourite prior to the draft with his size and crafty game reminding us of lead guards like Jrue Holiday and Caris LeVert in the way he controls his body and pace. Despite a crowded backcourt rotation in LA, SGA has carved out a role, and been super impressive in doing so.
After what felt like years of drama in Minnesota, Jimmy Butler was finally granted his trade request to a (psuedo) contender last week. In Philadelphia he teams up with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons to create one of the most intriguing big three’s in the league, however the fit is far from seamless.