“It’s really for him to learn our terminology, learn our plays, and learn what we’re trying to do schematically,” Outlaw said on Zoom. “He can play-make, he can handle the ball, he can pass. He shot over 50% from mid-range in college, so he’s got great touch.
“We are just trying to help his learning curve. There’s not one specific thing that we want to see him improve on. We want to … let him get his feet wet. Understand … how the NBA game is played. I think the games he plays in Summer League are going to be really, really beneficial for him in that way.”