"[He's improved] just off the bounce, pump fakes, getting into the lane during games a little bit more," Ollie said. "Just his basketball IQ has grown. … I love that he's a versatile wing. I see him as a 3, but definitely we can go small and we can give the other team mismatches putting him at the 4, which we did a lot last year. But I do see him at the 3, too. He has things about his game which are going to make him a lethal 3-man."