He was the only good player on Vandy last year and he still shot at a more than 50% clip from 3. Given that at any time on the floor he'll be the 3rd option at best, he should see a lot of wide open looks.It will all come down to the shot. If he is a high volume 40+% 3pt shooter, we will be happy. If he settles in the mid-30s, we will likely be unhappy. If his 2nd year leap is indicative of an even higher trajectory, we will be extremely happy. Not that his physical/athletic profile suggests there is a ton of projection left there, but NBA spacing can do a lot for wings. Will want to see how the BBIQ develops, but depending who he is on the floor with, things could be very simple for him (shoot the damn ball and don't mess up the rotations on D).
Hope we get to see him and Romeo running some two man game this season with Romeo as ball handler and Nesmith as screener.