Interestingly enough, four of Tennessee's top five point guards of the decade 2000-09 were shooting…
As the only NBA player in the Rocky Top Summer League, C.J. Watson faces considerable pressure each time he takes the floor. Naturally, his elevated status brings out the best in opposing players who are looking to brag "I took the pro guy off the dribble" or "I blocked the pro guy's shot." Given this circumstance, Watson might feel tempted to showboat a bit. That wasn't his style during his college career at Tennessee, however, and it isn't his style now that he's a three-year NBA veteran for the Golden State Warriors. In Wednesday night's RTSL action, for instance, he attempted just 10 shots and scored a mere 11 points. The 6-2 point guard ran his team's offense so smoothly, however, that Richardson Construction rolled to a 124-97 defeat of First Tennessee Bank. Watson has...
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