For those complaining about Brown's handle and ability to drive, I don't think you are giving the kid enough credit. Brown's first year, he dribbled high and didn't protect the ball during drives. He also had no moves. Just straight to the basket.
In his second year, his dribbling was much lower and handle was tighter. He developed a Eurostep and learned to finish through contact. Also, when shut off he developed a nice fadeaway. And he learned to pass much better on drives where he got shot down, hitting the open man much better. The growth from year one to year two, was unbelievably incredible. He obviously worked on it all offseason. I can't wait to see what he brings differently this year. You might see some shake and bake stuff and learning to create better and be much better in the pick n roll.
To me this shows great dedication, work ethic and BBIQ. His court vision won't ever be great on the offensive end and the best I think we will ever see is he will become an average passer, but other than that he will be a tremendously well rounded two way superstar, in my opinion.