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Josh Jackson: 38-24-55 shooting splits with a 0.57 AST/TO ratio.
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38% FG
24% 3PT
55% FT

0.57 assist / turnover
For every 2 turnovers, he makes an assist


Thanks for cancelling that workout josh!

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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
Trade him for Jaylen Brown

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Tonight's stats:

20th game of the season where he had more turnovers than assists.

In 22 minute:
 2 pts,
Shot 0-7 a whopping 0% Fg percentage. Wonder what that will do to his shooting averages for the season
0-4 from 3pt
1 rebound
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Hes struggled, but Phoenix is a tough fit for a player like him at the moment and its way to early to close the book on him.

The game will slow down for him and he will start playing much better. Its only a matter of time. Hes a legit prospect.
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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
wait, what?
is it like a 30 team league or something
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The Suns do a pathetic job of developing young players.  Jackson deserves to be there based on his predraft behavior, but he and his agent should have known that playing time shouldn't have been the highest priority on their priority list.  I don't think players drafted by Phoenix are very likely to reach their potential.  They always seem to have a ton of lottery picks that don't develop.  Some, like Chriss, seem to get worse the longer they are on the team.  Like I said, Jackson deserves to be there, but hopefully he can get it together because he has the talent to be an exciting player in the league.

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thought he was a special talent and hoped we would draft him.

Oops.

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Gulp .... :-X.....whew that was close .


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The Suns do a pathetic job of developing young players.  Jackson deserves to be there based on his predraft behavior, but he and his agent should have known that playing time shouldn't have been the highest priority on their priority list.  I don't think players drafted by Phoenix are very likely to reach their potential.  They always seem to have a ton of lottery picks that don't develop.  Some, like Chriss, seem to get worse the longer they are on the team.  Like I said, Jackson deserves to be there, but hopefully he can get it together because he has the talent to be an exciting player in the league.

Devin Booker and Ty Warren have done a nice job developing.  Maybe even Alex Len too.

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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
wait, what?
is it like a 30 team league or something

Guessing there was a supplemental rookie draft.  I got Tatum with the 4th pick in the rookie draft of my keeper league!

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I was all in for Tatum (and other shooters other than Fultz) so Jackson never made my wish list though I feared he would be on Danny's. Otherwise, wanted Tatum over Fultz and to avoid Ball like the plague given his bizarrely slow shooting style. Would also have been happy trading down for SAC's two picks (5&10) at the time IF we could get Markkenan at 10.

Tatum is the obvious star of this class though (see link below comparing the 2017 NBA draft class stats) and is better than I expected. I think Tatum has to be taking more shots myself in this offense and that he will by the time the playoffs roll around assuming he doesn't hit the dreaded rookie wall.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/draft/NBA_2017.html
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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
wait, what?
is it like a 30 team league or something

Guessing there was a supplemental rookie draft.  I got Tatum with the 4th pick in the rookie draft of my keeper league!

Did Jackson go before Tatum or did someone get crazy?
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I drafted him 4th in a fantasy league.  He started off relatively well, but has gotten progressively worse.  Seems like he may even be starting out of necessity right now w/ injuries and a horrible team.  He has a lot of weaknesses and really needs to bulk up just to impact the game with his athleticism and versatility alone.
wait, what?
is it like a 30 team league or something

Guessing there was a supplemental rookie draft.  I got Tatum with the 4th pick in the rookie draft of my keeper league!
I've done a 15 slot keeper league where you kept 12 players, so the draft was only 3 rounds.  In that leagues the rookies were almost always the only players taken in the first round (and sometimes the 2nd round) of the 3 round draft.