Though giving Felton over seven milion a year could be a mistake ? I see DJ as a great insurance policy right now.
Felton needs to get a lot better from 3, but ultimately I'd just as soon he concentrate his shot attempts more from inside the 3 line than out. On the flip DJ needs to work more on his midrange game but keep on shooting the long ball.
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Felton doesn't have to get better from 3pt, he needs to just stop shooting so many. take a dribble towards the basket and shoot.
No doubts his heart or drive. That is not debatable. We question his skills. The fact that we can debate wether a rookie or a 4th year guy is better doesn't say much for the 4th year guy. And save the coaching excuses. Coaching does not make you a poor shooter.
I think think after 4 seasons, DJ will be a much better player than Felton, but he his own issues, mainly defense. He is as bad as Ammo on defense.
I don't know if you watch the Panthers, but Felton is like Jake Delhomme, One game they look great, the next they look like the worst player in the league, and its maddening.
Felton is better than Jake, because he won't lose the game for you in the first quarter...but other than that you're right. They're both better than most players at their position in the league talent wise, their coaches love them, they have talent behind them waiting to shine, and they both give their best effort every game, it just doesnt always translate into a W.
Ive seen everybody on the team at times get great looks and just plain and simple miss the shots.... Thats the part of our game we need to clean up alomg with the turn overs and FG%......
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