Regardless of Young's perceived deficiencies, he was, w…

Regardless of Young’s perceived deficiencies, he was, without question, the most electric and most popular player in the NCAA last season. In other words, he’s a player fit for the brightest lights. “That would be something special to be in that market,” Ray said. “And I’ll tell you, the way he plays — as much scrutiny as he took, he sold out arenas all over the country. People wanted to watch him an hour before the game just warm up and shoot. And I’m not necessarily big on the Steph Curry comparisons but it is what it is — especially with the following and how people look at my son.”
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For Spoelstra, he’s in no rush to determine who starts at point guard between the two, but he understands the importance of having a healthy Dragic. “We need Goran, and we’ll be able to figure that out. We’ll take this process patiently. This is not going to be something where I’m phasing him in and, ‘You’re playing 32 minutes a game.’ Not at all. Not with 26 games to go, and Goran realizes that too – that he still has quite a bit of work to do – but he can be available and he can still play. If not [Thursday], soon. That’s great news, however you slice it.”
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