Eric Bledsoe could be very, very good if his development goes as anticipated

Eric Bledsoe
Eric Bledsoe - photo by Harry How | Getty

Bledsoe’s problem isn’t that he’s not a “true” point guard or some kind of scoring guard hybrid; it’s that his scoring is inefficient, and his limited playmaking abilities can’t compensate. If Bledsoe had been more effective one way or another, his overall performance would be substantially better. John Wall, Bledsoe’s teammate at last season, provides an example of effective counterbalancing; though Wall’s true shooting percentage (a good measure of shooting efficiency) is just as low as Bledsoe’s…

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