Originally Posted by grizzly_bexar
I'm not saying he's a sure thing in terms of productivity. I'm saying he's a sure thing in the sense that you can put him out there and won't screw up and miss an assignment. You can count on him to play hard, play smart position defense, rotate well, not turn the ball over, and hustle.
You can't count on him to rebound or make contested shots.
Or make shots at all in the postseason. Trust me I get where you're getting at. Between the two, Bonner is definitely the safer bet