A real feast or famine guy. As we've seen so far this season, he's talented enough to hit some really tough shots, but he's also undisciplined, taking dumb shots and committing bad turnovers. He doesn't move his feet well on defense, but his hands are super-quick, so he can get steals or even blocks on guys who are going up to shoot, as he did several times at Dallas and at Orlando. As with so many average or ho-hum NBA players, it seems like he could really be good if he just played with more heart and more court awareness. Trying to piece things together from his NBA.com bio and a couple of other articles I've read, it appears that he ended up at a little Division II school (Shaw, in North Carolina) because he didn't have the grades to get into any major school--he was at community colleges for three years before ending up at Shaw. Then he dominated there: Division II national player of the year, led his team to the final four, etc. He must have been so much more talented than everyone else at that level that he could dominate every game without any sort of unusual effort. I also remember him going nuts and scoring over 20 ppg for about a dozen games when he was filling in for Ray Allen early on in the '04 season, which is probably what cemented his place in the league. It's a nice story that he went from nowhere to being a multi-year NBA player, but maybe this is an instance where he actually had it too easy, even though he was in the sticks for so long. He probably never had to work much on moving his feet on D or developing a good sense of court awareness on offense. His talent has carried him to this level, but maybe this is an example of a guy who really could have been something special, if only he could have gotten some good tough coaching at a major college program.