How this overlooked Wizard can give the team a boost this season
Ramon Sessions is not the flashiest player in the NBA, but as a veteran backup point guard who can penetrate, knock down open shots and really push the pace, he may be the perfect complimentary piece on this Washington Wizards team.
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The 28-year-old (he's for real that young!) averaged 7.4 points and 3.1 assists in 28 games with Washington last season.
In the playoffs, he shot 40.0 percent from behind the three-point line, which is a stat that really needs to maintain itself in 2016 if Sessions plans on keeping Washington afloat whenever John Wall needs a rest.
He's no stranger to being the backup. Ramon has made his living in the NBA coming off the bench, feeding people inside and attacking the basket for his own point catalog. Now that he's at the point in his career where his numbers are starting to dip, can he still be useful for the Wizards this season? To find the answer, let's start by looking back at what he's delivered in his career.