Episode two of The Kings Herald Show featuring Jerry Reynolds is live! On this episode of the podcast, Jerry Reynolds, Will Griffith, and Tony Xypteras break down an eventful week for the Sacramento Kings, including the 2020 NBA Draft and the beginning of free agency. How does Tyrese Haliburton fit with De'Aaron Fox and the Kings? What can we expect from 2nd round picks Robert Woodard II and Jahm'ius Ramsey? Where do the Kings go from here with Bogdan Bogdanovic following a failed sign and trade with the Milwaukee Bucks?
Listen to all of that and more in episode 2.
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Love the Doug Christie comparison! It’s something I’ve thought of as well as it’s hard to really pin down a good comparison for Haliburton. Maybe a guard version of Shane Battier where his impact won’t fully me measured by the counting stats?
My guess is that Haliburton will probably be better than Doug on offense & that he probably won’t be as good as Doug on defense.
Doug was a pretty elite defender. And an underrated passer.
Yeah, I don’t think that Haliburton will become an elite defender like Doug. I think he’ll probably be a better passer & shooter.
Oh, another Jerry Renolds KH show?
Great podcast. I really enjoyed listening to it throughout. I had to click off slightly early as Jerry was wrapping up his final thoughts but that was only due to my phones lack of battery.
Only now was able to listen.
This was great; I’d love Haliburton to be a new Doug Christie.
The Rik Smits story was awesome.
Jerry’s analysis of Buddy Hield and who should start between him and Bogi is just so freakin’ spot on.
Also, as it pertains to Hield, someone should tell him that “It is OK to have unspoken thoughts.” Priceless.
That is a very Jerry Reynolds like comment. Which is, indeed, priceless.