Jrue Holliday came into his own last year, proving that he can play. He gave 100 percent of his energy all the time, and was arguably the Sixers most valuable player.
What he did well:
Holliday is a natural point guard, and was one of the best true point guards in the league last year. He excelled at defense, passing, averaging 6.5 assists per game, and free throws, shooting 82 percent from the charity stripe. His best qualities are his vision, and his ability to use his body on defense.
His three point percentage wasn't too shabby either, shooting 36.5 percent from behind the arc.
What he must work on:
Jrue Holliday was a very efficient scorer, but only averaged 14 points per game. For a team that lacks a real scorer, with their leading scorer averaging 15.6 points per game in Elton Brand, Holliday must gain the confidence to take more shots. Holliday took 12.2 shots per game, and shot 44 percent from the floor. He must take more shots and command a leadership role, especially with Andre Iguodala occupying the point forward role.
Overall, Jrue Holliday is the brightest part about this team. The 76ers will revolve around him for years to come, and deservedly so.