Ball movement is like dancing; there's a rhythm to it but it's not always easy especially when you need 5 guys to be on the same page; much like defense, there will be slippage.
Alot of our players need others to create opportunities for them via ball movement. On the road especially, it's harder to keep it moving. DeMar can now make something happen when the ball isn't moving but at the same time, he makes good reads & passes when that's the right read.
I think that's where his value really is. He's not one dimensional anymore.
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