I think the time he has been in Austin has really helped Cory. And when he's here in San Antonio, his hustle doesn't hurt him either. But I do agree that he needs PT to progress. It's sad to see kids with young raw talent wasting time sitting at the end of the bench. I hope the Spurs keep him and cultivate his talent. If he's not in the Spurs plan and he can be traded to a team where he can either start or be the backup point, I hope he goes. But I sure hope he gets his chance to florish. It's times like this you wish there were more teams in the league to accomodate all the good players out there. Guess that's why there's Europe/Asia and the D-league.
Why does Superman stop bullets with his chest, but ducks when you throw a revolver at him?