therealdeal wrote:You could almost SEE the kid's heart pumping out of his chest. He was excited to be on the floor. He didn't shoot the ball very well, but he was having fun and so was the team.
Ariza3 wrote:if we get Phil and run the triangle Kobe is gunna play a lot of 3 to be closer to the basket and I think it would really help if Meeks played the 2 with Nash Kobe Pau and Dwight. maybe Jamison instead of Pau in that lineup.
Ariza3 wrote:Dave McMenamin: Just got a text from an opposing player: "Even Phil can't save that bench"
prove them all wrong meeks.
Murdock wrote:I can' believe what everybody is saying (so called experts) this is probably the best bench in years ... if Brown misused it then that's another problem ... but there are 5 solid guys on that bench (Hill, Blake, Meeks, Jamison, Ebanks)
Rooscooter wrote:Ariza3 wrote:if we get Phil and run the triangle Kobe is gunna play a lot of 3 to be closer to the basket and I think it would really help if Meeks played the 2 with Nash Kobe Pau and Dwight. maybe Jamison instead of Pau in that lineup.
This is a concern of mine. Too many people on our team NEED to be close to the basket. MWP's only effective area to score is in the post. Kobe plays best in or near the paint. Howard doesn't play outside of the paint and Pau....... well Pau.....
We need to find some balance. Kobe as the SF with Meeks as the SG to start the games might be a great solution. That puts shooters at the SF and SG.... and Nash when he's not facilitating. That's the most balanced team we can field right now.
nthydro wrote:I'm still confused about all the praise Meeks has been getting. He hasn't proven a thing yet. Overall he's played rather poorly. He scored a few points in garbage time against Golden State and people get excited? Well at least you guys can't blame Mike Brown anymore for him not playing well. Hopefully he picks up his play cause we really need him to hit his outside shots.
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