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Bones is the 3rd best guard on the roster behind Murray and Barton. Campazzo, Morris, and Dozier are all at a similar level with Bones but NaShon has a much higher ceiling.

He's gonna make this roster and play a good chunk of minutes this season
 

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Bones is the 3rd best guard on the roster behind Murray and Barton. Campazzo, Morris, and Dozier are all at a similar level with Bones but NaShon has a much higher ceiling.

He's gonna make this roster and play a good chunk of minutes this season
hope so too! don't forget Austin Rivers too in the Nugs backcourt - 9 year pro says he got skills
Bones has a nice window with Murray out until Feb/March to be the change of pace offensive threat - Bones needs to show he will play real defense (will spend a lot of time defending pick n Roll and switched on bigger and stronger players - he needs to learn and succeed with that before he gets those 18+ minutes of run (top 3 guards on the team)
I think he can pass and look for teammates (just needs to eliminate that careless one or two turnovers we saw at VCU when he forced it a few times on trips to the rim) clearly doable in my mind
Go Bones
 

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Bones is the 3rd best guard on the roster behind Murray and Barton. Campazzo, Morris, and Dozier are all at a similar level with Bones but NaShon has a much higher ceiling.

He's gonna make this roster and play a good chunk of minutes this season
Campazzo and Rivers will get their minutes early in the season….the former is a solid all around player who plays max effort, classic high floor/low ceiling guy. River is the experienced wiley vet at this point and will be included in a trade for whatever injury they have to solve for mid-season. I think Bones will get some run, but they’ll bring him along slowly until around All-Star break—if they still love him, he’ll be in the rotation to close the season and a specialist in the playoffs.
 
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