Fwiw, I expect them to test Romeo out as a Smartian combo guard over time. If you caught some Maine games, he occasionally was initiating offense there. It's obviously a ways away before he could do that at the NBA level, but I could see that as a way that he can share minutes with Tatum and Brown. Smart really lacked the handle and vision for it, but learned. I think that Romeo could too, and has the wheels to stay in front of most smalls and the explosion to get in the lane himself. Fwiw.If Tatum and Brown are truly franchised in, then Romeo will have to wait until Hayward leaves or agrees to a reduced workload but that is years of development from now.