Now Wyatt faces adversity again. After fighting for a contract and an opportunity, Wyatt has seen sparing minutes in preseason action. With little time to show what he can do in game situations against NBA talent, Wyatt will have to impress down the stretch as the preseason winds down, or he may find himself in the D-League.
It's time to give the 22-year old Norristown native a shot though. The shooting guard proved to be a prolific scorer in college and showed he could keep up with those deemed worthy of a draft pick in the Summer League. With a young team looking to develop, why not look to Wyatt as a potential scoring threat off the bench? In a season that will be used to rebuild, why not give Wyatt the minutes to see what he has? What's there to lose? Why not Wyatt?
By: Kyle Babcock
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