I don't think the Joe dumats comparison makes sense. Joe may have been the same height, but he was bigger and stronger than Ab. Plus, dumars was a great passer. AB is a bad passer. Dumars was a floor general who could run an offense. AB can't run an offense. Dumars was also a better ball handler. That's all above and beyond the fact that dumars was known for his clutch shooting, which AB clearly isn't.
Saying he's like a smaller iguodala doesn't work for me, because iguodala is special because he can pass well, run an offense, has great rebounding, and can guard multiple positions (pg to sf at. Least). AB lacks all of that AND lacks iggys size.
I absolutely love Bradley, but I don't see a multiple all-star appearance ceiling from Bradley, which is what I think it would take to have a higher ceiling than Sullinger.
I like the Joe Dumars comparison as an idea of Bradley's ceiling. Joe D was a six-time NBA All-Star.
Plus I don't see Sullinger getting multiple all star appearances. Honestly, I don't think he'll ever be quite All-Star level.
Look at Carlos Boozer, Zach Randolf - how many All Star appearances? How about Tyson Chandler? Monta Ellis? Latrell Sprewell? Al Jefferson? Al Harrington? Joakim Noah?
There have been a lot of very good players who have rarely (if ever) made the All Star game. I don't see Sullinger getting much better than any of those guys mentioned above. That said, I wouldn't complain about having any one of those guys on my ream in their prime.
I think sully has little chance if making it because he is a very good all rounder, but isn't elite at any one thing.
I think Bradley has a better shot because he has an elite talent in his defense. If he ever becomes a consistently solid offensive player combined with his defense and athleticism he could very easily have All-Star potential. He reminds me of small guard version of Iggy, who has been a borderline All-Star for years on end.