Cason Wallace is such an efficient player.
How many rookies in the league can be highly optimistic on offense and defense? Most would bet the OKC Thunder have two of them. But for now, the spotlight belongs to the Kentucky guard Cason Wallace.
Wallace had 10 points on 4-for-7 shooting by maximizing his spots on the floor and simply being tough on executing plays. Wallace is now 37-for-56 or 66 percent from the floor this season and has been scorching hot from the three-point line with a 57-percent clip.
He has been used as a short roller numerous times. He has delivered his tools utilized effectively on the court while being a positive contributor on both sides of the ball for the OKC Thunder has been excellent while being a positive contributor on both sides of the ball for the OKC Thunder.
Wallace looked to be geared toward being a creative passer as his patience in finding the open man or creating the best pass possible proved to be rapidly improving. Also, he is a joy to watch on defense, stifling perimeter players off their tracks by moving his feet well and being harsh again.
Wallace may be young, but his potential as a two-way star is boundless.