It's hard to compare them because they're completely different players with vastly different skill sets. It's also difficult and dangerous to make too many projections based on summer league play. Last year they both showed potential but both had one glaring weakness. Taylor was a shooter who had difficulty doing anything off dribble while MKG was a slasher who couldn't shoot. Obviously, the success of their careers will be measured by how effectively they address those weaknesses.
I would say that given Taylor's athleticism and the fact that he enjoyed some success attacking the basket in college, I think he has much better odds of developing into a complete NBA player.
MKG, by comparison, was not a good shooter in college and continues to struggle in that area. Certainly players can, and have improved as shooters over the course of their careers, but when a jump shot is as fundamentally flawed as his is, it's hard to move that needle very far. That's why I've struggled with the pick from the start. Drafting someone as high as #2 is risky when there's such a glaring deficiency in a fundamental skill. For that reason, I'm not convinced that stardom is in his future, as many of my fellow posters seem to be. I think he will be a solid pro, but even that will require vast improvement in his J.
Both could end up being great and both could be busts. Only time will tell. The only thing we know for sure is that nothing that happens in summer league will provide us that answer. As for the question that was posed, however, ultimately I think they're best suited for different positions so I don't know that it's an either/or proposition.
Well the good thing about MKG is that we didn't draft him to be a scorer, scoring would be a added bonus . He could still be a all-star caliber player if he avg's 13-14 points a game. The bobcats have 4 legit scorers in our starting line-up ,so i feel someone has to do the dirty work , and MKG fits that mold.