The PGs on this team do not play like real point guards looking to quarterback an team offensive strategy in my opinion. You can throw the assist numbers out the window. They look for their own shots first and pass as a last resort often. The assist numbers will be there because they are a jump shooting team not because the PG are actually looking to set their teammates up the majority of the time. They can dribble and they have the ball in their hands a lot but I have seen 4 assist a game PG's that look to set up their teammates much more often. Al Iverson averaged over 6 assists a game because he had the ball in his hands so often. That is what I see from this teams PGs. I do not blame the players. It has to be the strategy if it keeps repeating itself so often. The strange thing is GK has drawn up well executed passing plays out of time outs. Why not do it more often?
Originally Posted by BirdIsTheWord
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