November 26, 2019, 9:07 amBruce BrownSG, Detroit Pistons
After a rough rookie season, Bruce Brown is showing signs of rounding his game into form, showing promise as a third point guard, while improving his ability to finish at the rim.
Offensive efficiency has been one of Brown’s biggest problem in the early part of his career, as he shot 40 percent from the field and an ugly 25.8 on 3-pointers last season. He has improved marginally this year, shooting 41.4 percent from the field, but he has jumped to 36 percent from beyond the arc. Brown is also getting to the rim and finishing in transition, which has given him more confidence and let him ease into his game without having to force up 3-pointers. Dwane Casey seems determined to keep him in the starting unit and he deserves consideration due to his ability to deliver defensive stats and triples.
Source: Detroit News