He’s been starting of late, due to an injury to Dion Waiters, and since arriving at the Cavs via a trade from Memphis, Ellington has nearly doubled his production — from 5.5 to 9.8 points a game. And the coach loves him. Read a nice article here.
He is not a demanding ball hog. He is not a player who turns the ball over often,” Scott said Thursday. “He is not the kind of guard who will take wild shots from all angles of the court at any time.
“I trust him when he’s out there because I know he’s going to do all the right things. He’s just a solid basketball player. … He plays within himself and competes. He’s not afraid of the moment.”