True Hoop put together a pretty good post with a lot of links.
Jay Bilas thinks he starts right away. Some of the other ESPN guys are wondering if he ever starts. Last year Magic shooting guards made 40 3 pointers with Dooling hitting 13 and Diener hitting 25. Redick hit 139 college 3 pointers last year in 1336 minutes. If he's any good he should play at least as many minutes for the Magic next season.
“He’s so damned good, people hate to see him succeed,” says Carter. “Everybody wants to see him miss the big shots. If he starts off slow in a game and misses a couple, those fans really start cheering. They think this is a night where he’s gonna be off. But as he goes on in a game, he usually gets his rythmn. He starts hitting shots, and that’s when they hate him the worst because he comes through in the end and Duke wins another game.”
“He’s such a good shooter you have to change your defensive game plan to deal with him,” says former University of North Carolina coach Matt Doherty, now a scout for the New York Knicks. “That’s unusual, to have to do that for a 6-4 shooting guard. Usually you only do that for a really quick point guard or a big post player. He shoots that pure jump shot, not a set shot. You’re so concerned about his shooting, that you have this tendency to chase him. So he gets you up in the air and draws a foul. He’s such a great foul shooter he just kills you.”