Watch them both out on the court and you'll see what I'm talking about. Chandler due to the court time he's had, which exceeds Gallo's, is simply more comfortable and thus better able to just play, w out thinking.
Gallo on the other hand is still thinking out there. He's been set back by the back injury. No doubt about it. He feels alot better as evidenced by his willingness to get in the paint and draw fouls. He also looks much more mobile/agile, which tells me that he's close to, if not 100% physically.
The reason people like myself are on Gallo to be a all-star type talent is because he has the array of skills in in all important areas at his height to be able to do it. He can create his own shot. He can shoot, I mean really shoot, w range. He can also facilitate for others. AND..... defensively and offensively he has real good savvy. He has what you need to be THAT kind of player.
Right now he's still trying to get a feel.. IT'S STILL TO EARLY TO WRITE HIM OFF.. If Metro hasn't written off AR in all of his wackness then you can surely give Gallo a bit more time. He will continue to grow as Bargnani has..
Bargnani is nasty now dude. It took him 5 seasons to the point he's at now tho.
Gallo can do it too, trust.
Gallo is growing every game. One moment I really liked against Denver was when Gallo, from the 3pt line, drew Sheldon Williams whom he promptly crossed over, got to the hoop and drew a foul. The cross over he weilded was on some Jamal Crawford type ish. You just don't see that ability to create from 6'10'' dude often. At the top of the key was Billups who as Gallo broke Williams off at the ankles had this look on face that just said "No he didn't just cross up Sheldon like that.." Gallo is bad bro, and he will get better. It will just take time. In the meantime enjoy the ride Bleedblue.