Tatum and Rozier had great games last night, and unfortunately for Jaylen, they overshadowed multiple positive steps forward in his game. He is still raw and figuring out how to stay engaged the whole game, but its because of rhythm, not effort or passion.
He had a great drive where he drew both his man and Horford's man into the paint, and then kicked it out to Horford for the wide open 3.
He had multiple quick passes that set up teammates for easy scores.
His drives looked much more creative. The drive to the right, hopestep left around the helpside, and finish the left hand was awesome! The no-look finish over his shoulder looked a bit like Kobe (except Kobe would have gotten that call).
Using the pick-and-roll, he had multiple pull-up 3s.
His defense on-ball was not great, although his positioning was pretty good the whole game.
Wiz G - Beal, Satoransky, Murray / W - Ariza, Walker IV, Green, Shumpert, McLemore, Brown / B - Giles, Bjelica, Randolph, Gasol, Bryant, Morris, 20 Det 2nd, 21 Mem 2nd
Nets G - Lavert, Evans, Dinwiddie, Napier / W - Carroll, Graham, Bogdonavic, Harris, Musa, Kurucs / B - Allen, Davis, Dudley, RHJ, Williams, '20 Ind 1st