Does Josh Jackson’s emergence change T.J. Warren’s role next season? You’d have to think so. Assuming Jackson continues to improve, there’s no way Phoenix can keep him out of the starting lineup. Jackson and Devin Booker already are developing a nice chemistry on the floor, and Jackson has a larger skill set than Warren. Pencil him in as the starting small forward the next few years. But Warren does do one thing well, and that’s score, which would make him an ideal sixth man. Off the bench, Warren could be used as a small forward or an undersized power forward in some lineups and average 16 to 18 points a game against second-team defenders.
What does Suns rookie Josh Jackson's development mean for T.J. Warren?
Arizona Central | Mar 8