I am creating this thread for those who have access to NBA TV to see Orlando and Utah games ahead of our first game this Friday! Here's my impressions watching a few games so far: Donovan Mitchell (aka Lillard 2.o) looks great tonight.....definite All-Star potential! For those questioning if he could play PG, question no longer! This guy has the instincts and handles like I anticipated. He is strong and relentless. Coach Pitino was right all along. He's a PG and the Jazz got a steal. He is a shadow defender and his shot is beautiful with quick release. He sheds contact when he drive the lane to create space to finish or dish. I wonder if he would have slipped to #15 if we would have nabbed him? I certainly hope so for the credibility of our FO. On other hand not impressed with Fultz or Tatum. Fultz in particular....ugh. NaPG! Fultz is a combination of Mudiay and D'Angelo and I don't mean that as a compliment. He has good size and spring in his step but that shot is mediocre and there is zero PG instincts. He also has this aloof nature I don't like. Donovan is more ready to play NBA PG than the #1 pick in the draft! Fultz wants to score. And because he is so athletic he is capable of getting a shot anytime he wants. This is where discretion and judgement has to come into play and I don't think he has it. This was actually an issue with Boogie for a lot of years. Actually it is an issue to this day. When a player can get any shot anytime and thinks he can make any shot anytime, it is up to that player to have discipline and judgement to pass up below average shots for above average shots. How often did Boogie drive into waiting defenders early in his career then beg for call? How often did he force the issue when the simple play was the smart play? This is what I see from Fultz. He's going to jack shots and his efficiency is not going to be pretty. Danny Ainge did good to trade down. But then he screwed up taking Tatum over Jackson! Tatum looks more like a late lottery pick than the #3 pick. He does have decent instincts for the game and patience to the way he plays but his combination of skills and athleticism scream role player. His shot is jacked too. Jonathan Isaac was shaky in his first game but he is a transcendent talent. Super active. DOPY potential with potential to be a 20 PPG scorer. Isaac is who I thought he was. He would have been a great pick for us at #5. Isaac needs polish but he's not as far off as fans think. This bust or boom assessment is ridiculous. Isaac is a sure thing. But overall the player that stands out in the first few summer leagues I watched is Mitchell. He has all the makings of a special player. Fultz may be have better success playing off the ball but I don't know. I see a low efficiency player who may be able to defend if he decides to engage. This will be fun development with the many of the 76er fans obnoxious and arrogant wanting to mock the Kings. Fultz is NOT ready to take the league by storm. That rookie PG is named Donovan Mitchell. Lastly Jaylen Brown can be an all-star. He has tremendous size, handles and body control. And his shot is smooth and effortless. There is actually a lot of LeBron to his game when he gets a head of steam. He is what they call a "downhill" driver. The only problem I anticipate for him is getting the touches and the usage he needs to turn into the player he can become. If he was on a lesser team he would put up monster numbers next year. That said, I still expect him to make a big jump in Year Two.