He'S basically the point guard version of Landry Fields.
I saw him in action against the Lakers last season. He's a high energy guy and listens to the coaches. Obviously pretty intelligent and he plays with a lot of effort on defense.
His level of talent however is very limited....he's turnover prone and his decision making is questionable. Not a great shooter either.
It's no coincidence that he was released by the Warriors after a few games and didn't make it in Houston either.
I'd have taken Marcus Banks, NBA veteran who's a legit second or third string PG, played in Phoenix under D'Antoni.
I pray that we'll never see Lin and Fields together on the floor, that would be a nightmare of a backcourt.....