I guess it depends on how the rest of the off-season goes. It's possible we lose Clarkson, THT... then we are unable/unwilling to replace them and we might suffer from lack of experienced ballhandlers which is one way to lose a lot of games. Even if Keyonte and Brice might profile as good NBA guards in the long-term, usually rookies are not great for winning right away...
I think I heard in one of the podcasts I listen to that Bilal won their matchup handily in their youth competition. Maybe this guy takes another step this year and is worthy of a top pick by the time the draft comes.
FYI, Risacher vs Coulibaly this season (per36):
Risacher: 16.5/7.4/5.0/2.2/0.8 - 4.6 TOV - 52.0 TS - 11 games
Coulibaly: 24.6/7.2/2.8/2.9/1.3 - 3.2 TOV - 62.7 TS - 16 games
Risacher: 7.3/3.4/2./1.3/0.5 -2.0 TOV - 43.8 TS - 18 games
Coulibaly: 10.9/5.5/1.8/1.6/0.3 - 1.9 TOV - 60.1 TS - 36 games
Risacher is great prospect. Let's not use head to head numbers of games y'all haven't watched to mean anything. Bilal is also a great prospect.
Head to head games do not matter
I think Risacher is super overrated. I am not a Bilal fan but Bilal is a much better prospect than him. Whether that means Bilal is better than we thought or Risacher is a lot worse than projected I’m not sure.
He was my number one choice. I was at the delta center for the draft and was so excited we could get him at 9. And then again at 16. I was pretty pissed when we passed.Good thing we dodged a bullet with him. The last thing we needed was a super athletic wing with great size that could score.