If the Spurs are lucky, De Colo turns out to be another Goran Dragic. But most likely, he'll be another Beno Udrih.
I like Nando because he is somewhat a poor man's Manu back when Manu was a herky-jerky, unpredictable young player. I like his sizzle. The turnovers didn't surprise me-most Euro's who come over and are 1's or 2's really struggle with the speed of the game and adjusting their ball handling and passing to compensate for said speed. I think he'll be more prepared this season. I also like his length and the fact he can be a jack of all trades. Can't coach height. That is the way the league is going-guys on the perimeter who can play 2-3 positions. That said, the Spurs have Danny and Manu and Marco who already do those things. I have a gut feeling Nando will, along with either PM or CJ moved to get a couple of other pieces we need. The only thing Nando shouldn't have done this past season (and TP should have drilled this in his head because he knows how Pop rolls) was going to the media to complain about losing his backup point guard position and then lack of playing time. Pop doesn't like that. Ask Stephen Jackson or DeJuan Blair. Sadly (because I like the kid) -I think his days are numbered here.
@JohnxDiaz So much LOL
@Spursfan66 Hope so. I'd love a long-term investment in him as a pg, again, because of the length, but methinks all of these rumors about Spurs interest in pg's and even bigs and the fact we have all these pg's and are stacked deep at 2 guard...I dunno. I like De Colo.