Jennifer Love Hewitt
In this game, I would probably take Love out. He wasn't going to be able to make much shots so why keep him in and pass him the ball all the time? I won't mind him still being in, but he need to learn to play with the others. The "Mine" need to learn to share with his team. LOL
if i see another jj rindour back court to end a game im gonna write down a loss.
no question it should be
JJ/Lee (Matchup depending)
Pek/Williams/Cunningham (matchup dependant love obviously plays 5 if Williams/Cunningham are in)
i feel like shved is a lock right now given the depth chart. ridnour is given way to much credit for being a slightly above average shooter.
JJ is just as inconsistent as Shved and thats with a whole year under RA.
Pek should get his touches early, end game situations typically starting 5s are not in, unless ur name is Dwight, those big bodies are the only times outside a total dominate Pek game, that pek should finish game because of... defensive mobility plus bigs get worn down thoughout a game faster and it does show statistically, historically.
ie. in tonights game love pek vs landry lee...
if RA is such a "feel coach" then the end game lineup would have been
(its a better match up)
hell start kappernik or how ever the hell you spell that big nose.
The offensive strength of this team is supposed to be Love and Pekovic on the inside...why do we turn away from that in the 4th?
This is what I wanna know. Why was love taking 3s at all? I mean, he first had his arm pad, his shooting hand is not 100% ok, and he must have missed tons of shooting practice. So why even bother with them? Better to have quality shots near the basket.
Love bothered me today. He needs to learn to pass, or the rest of the team must learn to give him the ball only when they want the ball movement to stop.
Other than that...whats happened to our Defense? Was Budinger so central to our D that when he left our Defense collapsed?
Sacramento has quick guards but that team plays 1-on-5 so it negates the advantage.
Toronto with Lowry beat us handily.
Brooklyn doesn't have quick guards and Shved's size was enough on Williams.
Orlando has young nobodies at the guard positions so we won.
Indiana we squeaked out, but George Hill killed us.
Chicago saw Nate Robinson go off. We lost.
Dallas let Kaman shoot too many jumpers and negated the advantage of Collison, so we won.
Charlotte saw Kemba carve us up and kill us.
Golden State got into the lane at will with their guards doing much of the damage.
Denver was an odd situation where we were on our heels and they hit shots.
Portland ran Lillard at us and he had a great game.
Golden State's guard duo went bonkers and killed us.
Notice a common theme?
I'm glad too see Jennifer Love Hewitt won the poll
We're last place in our division, and phoenix(you know the team with all our sucky players from last year) has a better record than us.:cry:
Again, if we can just not sink away until Love gets his hand back, and Rubio has a few games under his belt, we should be fine. But I am starting to get worried we will be in too big of a hole by the time that happens.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
A wise man once said if your shooting hand injury is preventing you from making shots then stop shooting so much and help your team in other ways(passing,rebounding and DEFENSE)!Atleast I think thats what the wise man said?LOL
Last edited by DW3421; 11-26-2012 at 02:58 PM.