Gordon isn’t just a better shooter.
Jonathan Tjarks

That’s true, although you could say the same thing about Ty Lawson. Also he hasn’t been the same after the knee injury, with a .575 TS% before it and .542 TS% after. I think that he would make sense against teams that don’t have a good scoring option in the backcourt, but against the elite PG (Curry, CP3, RW, etc) Gordon will be eaten alive.

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