Summary: Bouldin is a tough one to figure out. On one hand, he has a nice all-around game with his shooting and passing abilities, good strength, and tremendous intelligence on the floor. On the other hand, he just lacks the ideal athleticism to be a real threat as an NBA two guard. I think he is a safe bet to be a second-round pick and could be a potential steal.
Player Comparison: Wesley Matthews. As a Marquette grad and die-hard fan, I think this one makes sense. Matthews went undrafted but found the ideal fit by working his way onto the Jazz roster and eventually into a starting role. I think Bouldin could follow that blueprint. Both players are intelligent, physical two guards, who can shoot the rock but lack the ideal quickness for the next level. Bouldin is a better ball-handler and could be a great steal just like Matthews has been for Utah.
Mike glennon got overpaid, no doubt. However, he's basically on a 1 year prove it deal. The Bears have no intention of spending all that cap money so why not take a flier on a guy like Glennon. And nobody wants to go to Chicago to play on a @[email protected] team, in @[email protected] weather and pay @[email protected] taxes. The bears have to overpay for free agents.
@Bac151 Thank you for pointing this out. I was going off of the fact that there were two charges, and working from the reason the second was dropped, the accuser stating she didn't want the media attention and settled out of court apparently. But you are right he wasn't arrested