Players absolutely can improve their shooting. Look at Jeff Taylor's 3 point % throughout his Vanderbilt career.
The beautiful thing is that MKG can be effective without being a good shooter anyway. It's not often that we draft a player with the length, athleticism, and strength to guard multiple positions. May, Morrison, and Augustin show that smooth shooting skill isn't everything.
Some day MKG will lock down Lillard on a crucial game-ending defensive stand.......
Stop dismissing Rodney Stuckey in your argument. He has size, skill, athleticism, and tore the college ranks up
-give me an example other than A.
-example B given
-I disagree, give me an example other than A and B.
-example C given
-you're wrong, give me an example other than A, B, and C.
Don't feed the self-centered troll guys
MKG is exceptional in so many ways. For one thing he could easily improve his form. He's 19. And he wasn't drafted to be a scorer anyway.
Its not easy to change your form you have had for years.
Im sorry but I want the 2nd overall pick to be a capable scorer. Maybe thats asking to much.....
If MKG doesnt improve his shooting and scoring he is essentially a glorified glue guy.
Which every team needs, so not a complete wash.
the way MKG affects a game go far and beyond silly PPG, check the +/- stats for the last game. He's a 12ppg player as a rookie and scoring is his biggest weakness. thats how good he is.