I have been watching the kid since he came into the league and during his time at Ohio State. He has always come up big in 4th quarters.
He really has the potential to become Stephen Curry due to his
underrated court vision and passing, not to mention he is an above average 3 point shooter who needs to work on keeping his percentages around 35-45 percent if he’s really going to take that next step.
Not saying he can be better then Stephen Curry but seems like he’s settled in Brooklyn with a player’s coach in Kenny Atkinson who I am sure is playing a role in D’Angelo Russell’s maturity as a player. D’Angelo Russell should be a lock for the all-star game this season.
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