Calling Tyshawn Taylor's decision-making second-round worthy is a bit of an understatement. I would technically classify it as "undraftable" most of the time. Just watch the tape. Turnovers. Forced shots. Deep, uncontested 3-point attempts early in the shot clock. Passes attempted to get by two, three or sometimes four defenders.
Taylor was a first-round prospect entering the year, but his decision-making has really hampered the way most teams feel about him. He was a potential starter with his size, length, athleticism and elite-level quickness with the ball in his hands, but all of that gets overlooked with his lack of steadiness at the point.