By Keith P Smith
In just 89 NBA minutes over 10 games, Waters has shown some flashes that have fans excited for his potential.
Waters strength lies in his ability to run a team. He’s a floor leader, which you need from the point guard spot. He gets the ball up the floor quickly and immediately gets the team into a set. Even with the Celtics, Waters wasn’t afraid to tell his veterans where to be during plays. That’s a skill that not enough young players have.
For his own scoring, Waters is able to use his speed to break his man down and get into the paint. He also has a great understanding of relocating to get himself open when his teammates are handling the ball: