I was so high on Barnes then after his dissapointing tournament my expectations crashed but after blowing away the field at the combine I think he will be the guy that everyone kicks themselves over not drafting. You can teach a lot but you can't teach someone how to jump high or run fast. (To a certain extent)
In Cho we trust
Barnes only needs to improve his handle alittle bit where as MKG has to improve his jump shot ALOT and still needs to tighten up his handle. Not to mention Barnes is bigger and more athletic.
Barnes-bigger, more athletic, needs to tweak handles a little bit > MKG-"Winner", motor, needs a complete overhaul on his shot.
MKG may have a motor and a winners mentality and I definitely respect that, but his current skill set isn't going to do what some people project. I think he'll be a defensive specialist at best. No problem with that, however, Barnes has shown that he is solid on the defensive end and will be positioned and challenge shots. I'd take the scorer and still-solid defender over the only defensive specialist.