Mosley hits them all on the head. A former NBL player who’s spent the majority of his coaching career focusing on player development, Mosley is a true player’s coach. Through the season’s first twenty games, those players stand out as potential building blocks for the rotation going forward.
Offensively, he’s showing off his full arsenal of moves, at his best attacking closeouts against scrambled defenses, while not quite showing the acceleration and dribble moves to be a killer 1-on-1 player, yet. The developable ball-skills are there though to be “Good” at just about everything, while the sum-of-its parts effect of a player having so few holes in their game can be the difference between “Good” and “Great”.