I dont thinks Ty needs the ball to be affective. Hes in the top 5 percent or so for spot up shooting at Virginia, so simply spacing the floor he'll be effective. I also think hes a lot more fundamentally sound defensively than Shamet and rarely makes mistakes. Off -ball especially, hes much more locked in than really anyone at that level. I think hes a 3rd guard who you ask to control the tempo and run the offense off the bench whod fit well spacing the floor next to a scoring wing or big while provided good team defense and solid on-ball defense.