Sheesh...the departure of Troy have some serious negative effect on you people...
Maybe we should bring him back to bring peace to PD land...
I think it is still premature to tell who's better than the other. Simply because they are yet to prove themselves in the NBA level. Josh has been at the end of the bench for his whole tenure at the NBA, while Tyler had a cut short rookie season due to injuries and illness.
For me, I don't care who starts. The only thing that matters is while they are being given minutes to play, they must produce on both ends of the floor to contribute to more wins this season, or the coming seasons should they stay as Pacers players.
Let's just watch the games during the season and from there let's use their production to tell who's better than the other.
hey is mcroberts left handed or right handed?
he shoots left handed, but dunks right handed all the time and he throws the ball right handed. he's very unusual.
what hand does he wright with if anybodys gotten an autograph from him in person?
What caught my eye in this game was Paul George's excellent defense on Chris Paul for a couple of possessions. I think he's going to be okay defending both wing positions once he gains experience+reputation. Very quick for his length.
I hope Pops beats Joe Alexander for that roster spot with the Hornets. Both are poor players, but Alexander can be really annoying.