We know Delly's trademark on the court has always been his relentless hustle and defensive energy - we remember his efforts against Dirk, and more recently his fourth quarter outburst against the Raptors. It hasn't been as obvious, but Dellavedova's shooting has definitely taken a huge jump this season. He worked hard to prepare himself for the adjustments new teammates (read: LeBron James) would bring, and the role he knew he had to learn to embrace: that of being a spot up shooter. LeBron is renowned for his passing vision, and being able to knock those open shots down is a big part of playing alongside the King. Delly would also be able to prove himself as a competitive asset, on a team that had qualified shooters like Mike Miller and James Jones.