Phoenix Suns sharpshooter Cam Johnson talked about Mikal Bridges’ improved ball handling and playmaking after Thursday’s 117–112 home win vs. the Brooklyn Nets (28 points/2 rebounds/9 assists/9-19 FG/2-5 3-PT/8-10 FT).
(via Burn City Sports):
“You saw Mikal handling the ball from any different position. Whether he’s off ball, on ball, the ball finds him, comes to him, and he’s making plays. I think that’s just his growth. He worked on that all summer, and to see it coming into play, making plays in games, continuing to defend at a high level. His potential from there is unlimited of what he can become. I think it just sparks positive growth throughout the whole team.”