Since Cleveland won the Draft Lottery, and presumably will take Kyrie Irvin first overall, does this make Ramon Sessions available? And more importantly, should the Blazers try to acquire him if the price is right? And if so, should Sessions be considered a PGOTF?
These are tough questions to answer since Sessions improved his game markedly this season, but stopped short of establishing himself as an upper-echelon PG. But he's just 25 and averaged a career-high 13.3 PPG to go along with 5.2 AST and 3.2 REB/game in only 26:18 MIN. He's actually reminiscent of a young Andre Miller in that he helps on the glass, keeps his TO low and shoots the mid range well but is not a good outside shooter.
Should the Blazers be looking at Sessions as the heir apparent?
Is Ramon Sessions a PGOTF option?
Yes (50 votes)
No (38 votes)
Only a backup (73 votes)
161 total votes