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Nice little video from Clutch Fans of the former Cats going head-to-head at Houston Rockets' practice:
Kevin Martin fakes Chandler Parsons, then hits an 18-footer while Patrick Patterson takes Terrence Jones in the post for a bucket and foul in an open practice scrimmage in Edinburg, Texas on 10/6/2012.
That was some weak post defense by TJ there. Lol.
looks like pat just owned him. hahaha
What about the coaches going, "aww come on" when Jones shoots that 3?
lol, he didn't even move the ball. He just went straight 3.
At least he shot faked and then jab stepped
Who we thinking ultimatly has a better pro career between Patterson and Jones? I'm thinking Patterson grinds out a solid 10-15 year role player career, while Jones should be an NBA starter at some point. Somehow don't see Jones reaching his NBA potential unless he finds another gear of effort and drive. So talented though.
Physically, they measure about the same.
Work ethics, and passion Patterson is level or 2 above Jones. Patterson could end up being key piece to a championship team.
Patterson is a much tougher player than Jones because he lived thru a tour with Billy Clyde. But all kidding aside PP is an all around better player now but he should be, he has been in the league for a while now. Jones is a rookie and I think he forgot he was shooting from the NBA 3 pt line not the NCAAs.
jones went off tonight....
Jones is going to be a good one with just a little discipline in his game.
Jones has the higher ceiling IMO. Just a matter of whether he can realize it or not. Patterson much more workman-like.
I agree with this. I think PP has the longer career though because of his work ethic and attitude. He will be in the NBA as the consumate teammate and backup for years.
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