It is the end of the season which marks the point where the Bullets Forever community get to weigh in on how well they think each Wizards player did over the course of the the abbreviated 2011-12 season. Each player is rated on the 1-10 scale. Next up: Shelvin Mack
In that sense, one can judge Shelvin Mack's debut Wizards' season as a moderate success. He demonstrated that he could run the offense, though he was at times limited by his running mates inability to score. He further demonstrated an ability to get to the basket and by the end of the season his jumpshot was inching its way towards competency. There are those that think John Wall needs a senior caddy behind him, someone to be the new Kirk Hinrich and establish a stability at the position. I think that for the value, Mack is perfectly serviceable, and that the Wizards have more pressing needs that need to be addressed. He may not be the perfect solution, but neither is he a detriment to the team.