^ u act like nobody realised that iggy was a good player.
there are many other factors involved with the sixers being better off without him.
Oh look RP responded to a post by not answering the guy's question and going off topic. SHOCKER.
Sure I did.
Hydro was busting on Iggy about something meaningless and I defended him, citing facts about things that were not.
Mind your own beeswax.
wtf are you talking about.
1. He asked a wise-*** rhetorical question.
2. The topic was Iggy's contribution.
3. YOU are now off topic, doing nothing more than trying to pick a fight with me.
His question, with whatever tone he used, was related to the thread (his own thread by the way, which you earlier tried to make fun of with the boredom line, because you don't like the topic) asking a question about what he did at the end of a close game. Which, by the way, Iggy lost...
Your response was that he had three steals and some points. Didn't answer the question. And unrelated to the topic. Classic RP.
Rp got faced!
Rp, its not about staying on topic for the thread, its about responding to posts based on what the original writer is talking about.
You tend to quote people and find some irrelevent piece of that post and take it to some odd extreme ultimately bastardizing what people are trying to say and taking things off on a tangent that no one cares about.
Also, u cut and paste peoples posts in order to make them easier for u to respond, and u avoid typing responding to points that u cant respond to cause u know the other person is right.
I dont fall for it, im aware of what hes doing and i choose to respond. Lol.
Maybe thats even worse. Ha
Please, let's all try to stop the personalized comments against each other...I know it isn't easy, but please do your best. You will all have a week to not argue with Ricky.
Iggy played too large of a role in the half court offense late in games. But he did it less last year than the year before. And in the post season last year, he obviously displayed he was more than willing to have ET/Jrue as playmakers in the game's crucial minutes. Doug is allowing ET/JRue to do more and JRich has been left inexplicably wide open late in a few games against mediocre teams. Doug is the one deciding who gets the ball and how. It wasn't Iguodala.
The bigger issue is our late game defense. I don't know the exact stats, but it appears to me to be not much improved over last season. And that was an even bigger problem than the late game offense....just less noticeable.