"Watching Melo, I happened to see his team play three times," Thursday, Schwartz said. "I'm sure he missed shots, but I just don't remember them. He's an elite, elite-level shooter. He's one of the best shooters in the country. I really think he's probably, at this point, better suited as a 2-guard who can help out and run the offense. He's a shooter – that's the primary aspect of his game. He has a really good frame, which helps him as well. I think he'll continue to develop and do a little bit more at the rim. His shot is just so good right now and he really understands [how to score]. He's just a very, very lethal player beyond the arc. If you give him space, he'll make you pay."