the bottom line here is this. whether a shooter is a stand still or fade away.. or whatever other type of terminology you want to label it.. 90% of the time they can put the ball in the net under any type of circumstances. whether it be from the free throw line.. a 17 foot jump shot, or from behind the arc. Brandon can do only one thing well, and thats shoot stationary from behind the arc.
coming out of college he was touted as a sharpshooter, but i do not see it at this point in his career. if rushs nba livelihood were dependent upon his shooting abilities.. he would last about as long as kareem did. but rush is a solid defender and rebounder which gives him value.
if he ever becomes a sharpshooter, then he could be an nba all-star in this league. your telling me he is a great 3 pt shooter, but yet he backs up a natural SF in dunleavy who is not a very good defender at all.
Rush is not a good shooter imho at this point in his career, and if he starts shooting with more consistency this season i will be the first to say how wrong i was.