Originally Posted by cincrazy
I don't think that Sullinger is athletic enough to be very successful in the league. He's a back to the basket guy that can't do that in the pros. I think he landed in a perfect spot in Boston. That was his best hope of being productive. I'm rooting for him. I just don't think he'll be very good.
Zach Randolph certainly proves you can be a below-the-rim PF that can be successful in the NBA. Sully has a high basketball IQ. It may take a couple of years, but I think he (like Z-bo) finds out how to use his body to score in the league. I'm not necessarily predicting Z-bo like production, but I would wager he plays double digit years and averages double digit points for his career.