+1Eh, tough to call Daniels better based on two exhibition games against severely undermatched opponents. I think people forget how good a defender Roscoe is at both the 3 and the 4, and he's an excellent (and gritty) rebounder as well. If he can become a dependable set shooter, then he's perfect for this team.
But man, Daniels is one heck of a talent offensively. His shot and handle are smooth as a guard, and his passing is pretty damn good for a wing. He's most likely going to hit rough patches and land himself in Calhoun's dog house once or twice, but what a threat UConn has with him coming off the bench.
(His and Roscoe's games also complement each other very well, which makes me think we'll see them play together a bit this season.)
Nope, Deandre Daniels is better offensively then Roscoe. Better passer, better scorer. Good enough on defense for him to start. Not forgetting what RS did last year with his stellar defense but that doesn't take away how good DD is. I'm glad we have both on my team with all that said.
You can compliment Daniels without bashing Roscoe.