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However, because of Grant’s insane length and athleticism, people didn’t take into account that he wouldn’t need an elite handle to get where he wanted to go. As the above clip shows, Grant doesn’t need to mess around with the ball when he wants to go to the rim. Grant is a good two steps behind the three-point line here, but he is so long that he only needs one dribble to get all the way to the rim.
For several years and iterations of its team, the Atlanta Hawks hoped to go against these odds and build a contender on the foundation of smallish guards that were neither an elite shooter nor driver. After failing to build a contender with Jeff Teague and then with Dennis Schroeder, they decided to rebuild and develop a team even more dependent on such a player in Trae Young. The Hawks are now built around 6-foot-1 Young, who is struggling mightily this season.