From this story in today's Washington Examiner, it sounds like Chris Wright is following his former teammates like Jeremiah Rivers and Vernon Macklin in bashing the Prince-town offense.
“I know going into the process,” the Bowie native said, “what baffled me is a lot of people questioned my toughness and if I would be a guy that would play defense and be scrappy and all that stuff. I think I proved myself. Like I said before, I think a lot of people underestimate how talented we are coming from Georgetown because we’re in the Princeton offense so you can’t really do whatever you want – a lot of one on one and pick and roll possessions. I think a lot of people are surprised with the things that I can do on the court.”
The Wrecking Ball has some skills but also has plenty of poor reads, bad shot selection, weak 3 point shooting, and isn't even in discussion for a 2nd round pick. I hope he thinks about what he says before completely alienating his only fan base.
Is Wright right?
Yes, it limits players. (94 votes)
No, it makes players better. (33 votes)
What an future NBA-North Korea draft pick says has no impact when Roy Hibbert may be an all star next year. (59 votes)
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