The Memphis game was good for Pritchard, some decent minutes (18), and he had some time running the offense. I honestly don't get this "he's not a good passer" stuff. He hit Muscala cross court and Moose nailed a three-pointer. Inside, he slipped a pass to Grant for an easy bucket. When he was running the offense, he was aggressively moving the ball around, getting the defense in motion. He's a good ball handler (good assist-to-turnover ratio). I think his harshest critics are on this message board; I don't think other GMs view him as negatively as people here tend to do.
His big problem is he's six feet, and not terribly athletic, and he's not going to grow five or six inches anytime soon. So he's limited in any ability to create shots when he drives. But he does drive (as he did this game), and when he feels resistance, he looks to pass (which is a lot of the time, admittedly).
On defense, I don't think he's as bad as advertised either. I wish he could fight through screens better, but he has held his own against some good guards. Where he's most at danger is when a big (basically anyone 6' 6" or over) posts him up underneath. That's why he starts fighting like an angry hornet every time they try to back him down (and he's gotten called for some fouls doing so).
His three-point percentage is down this year, but I think that's more a function of not getting regular minutes. As I recall, last year his three-point percentage started trending up once he began playing more.
My prediction is he goes to a team where he plays more, and he flourishes (as a nice rotation piece probably, but I could see him making some starts too). The guy brings energy and has a lot of fight in him. If the standard trades this year are getting five second-round picks, he should be worth three at least.