Originally Posted by Shepseskaf
That depends on exactly where that is. Definitely top 50 all-time, imo, and in the conversation as the best perimeter defender ever.
High bb IQ, great intangibles, willing to do the dirty work, didn't need the ball to be effective...
His two downfall areas were his deficiencies on offense, and that he's a beta, rather than an alpha.
He was a franchise player that never got the chance to see how far he could go leading a talented team. Some people will try to say he failed as a leader cuz he didnt win in 00. But he was 34/35 years old.
The fact is he gets held to a standard a lot of players dont have to meet.