As for Douglas I know how he plays, I've seen him at his best and worst, Douglas is a catch and shoot guy. That's when he was at his best here in NY, he's back in that role in Houston that's why he's thriving.
Harden is a great player I'm not questioning that acquisition. What I'm saying is I've seen the type of system Lin needs to play his best and it's not in this current Rocket system. He's just a spot up shooter for you guy's that's just not his game.
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Wait...what happened to Linsanity?
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Also the Rockets made numerous attempts in moving up as high as possible in the lottery on draft night but failed to do so, Kyle was being dangled in those efforts.
To me it's clear Houston had their minds made up in accumulating as many assets in the form of draft picks and young talent in order to acquire a star player which in the end they did. Kyle Lowry was really the only player in Houston's roster that could net such pick.
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Smartest Contract, you know who is the NBA team to watch in Asia?
Indeed it was. The guy was good for all of 2-3 weeks last year and that was it.
Boston Red Sox: 27-17
Indianapolis Colts: Decent draft, no new wide reciever though.
Detroit Pistons: Looking forward to the draft and whoever the new coach will be
Ottawa Senators: Down 2 to 1 to Pittsburgh, Game 4 on Wednesday Night, Game 5 on Friday Night and Game 6 on Sunday Night (If necessary)
Lin's ripping the Spurs for 31 9-15...
32 pts; 4-5 from 3. 6 pts from a career high.
Can HOU find a coach who can exploit the talents of both Lin and Harden?
lin needs the star of the team to be sitting for him to have a very good game