Shelvin “Mackaroni and Cheese” Mack almost defies description. I’m struggling to come up with a good analogy for his play style. The closest I’ve got is comparing him to his namesake pasta dish, macaroni and cheese.
Shelvin’s scoring ability is the noodles, the main attraction. Without the scoring-noodles, nobody would even want to eat this lovingly prepared meal. His point guard skills, ball-handling and ball distribution, are the cheesy sauce, keeping everything together in a cohesive whole. His turnovers are like the sliced-up hot dog you mixed in with the noodles; not a big deal in the grand scheme of things, but you probably don’t want them in there.
…Wow, reading what I just wrote, that analogy really, really sucks. I’m so sorry everybody. From now on just forget my descriptions.