Jrue Holiday will likely be asked to do some significant ball-handling for a team next fall.
That might be considered a tall order for someone that just turned 19 a few weeks ago, but not Holiday.
"I'm going to make mistakes because I'm so young and because I'm new to this, but everybody fails at times," Holiday said Wednesday. "What matters is how you come back from it."
Holiday left UCLA after just one season, in which he averaged 8.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 35 games.
He added that no matter where he goes, he'll be looking to take over the job of starting point guard.
"Anywhere I go, I'm going to try to take that starting position," Holiday said. "I'll try to do that in practice or summer league or whenever I get the chance."
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