Nice, actually Id like to see Kemba coming off the bench for the first year or two, learning the 'NBA' game , then master it, especially as a pg. To bring him along 'slowly' to me would benefit the team in the future. He has skills that can give him longevity, but Kemba seems to feed on self-confidence. The NBA mercilessly can take confidence away from a rookie/young player no matter how good they are coming out of college.
If they invest in him and look to him as being their guard of the future he should flourish. Bottom line for me is that he doesn't need to start.
Yeah I agree, I said the sort of the same thing in a post of at Bobcats planet.
Basically, his freshman game again Missouri in the tournmanet was his coming out party and we knew we had someone special. The sophmore he developed more control but was had juniors ahead of him, but once JC handed him the keys and told him it was his team, well... we all know what happens there.
He'll need a couple of years before he starts to shine.