One of Chriss' big issues that carried over from college is his high foul rate. Often it ends up limiting his minutes. It should be something he can easily fix but he wasn't able to at UW and he he hasn't shown any signs so far as a pro of addressing it. I generally give rookies a bit of a break on defense and defensive lapses but Chriss has to clean up his fouls. His low rebounding rate also continues to be a concern. Chriss has the potential to be the poster child for the prototype PF in today's NBA but he still has a long way to go and some clear red flags. He may end up being a better player than Skal but he may not. Skal (barring injury) looks like a lock to at least be a contributing player for 10 years or more. I think Labissiere actually has a higher floor. And I say that as someone who predraft was on board with taking the two Huskies (Chriss and Murray) at #8 and #22 and who considered Skal one of my least favorite prospects. He's dramatically changed my opinion of him with his play of late.