Anyone else pleasantly surprised by Brister? Yeah, he got a little out of control at times, but he also played extremely well at times, too. He's got a good handle and has the potential to be an outstanding passer. A good example of his potential was when he drove from the left side under the basket and drew two defenders to him and passed the ball right between them to a wide open player who scored easily. That was a Tinsley-esque pass. I think when he settles down and learns to play within himself and the system, he's going to be a really good point guard for us.
It's nice that we have three very different styles of PG. But I wonder if we'll continue to see all three of them play throughout the season. The advantage is that we can adapt our lineup to the weaknesses of the other team. The risk is that we lose continuity by continually switching lineups. Not sure if you want to do that at the PG spot.