lakerfan2 wrote:therealdeal wrote:Other players are recognizing what's going on. When Robert Sacre received his first DNP in more than a month Friday, Jordan Hill yelled out to him across the locker room, "Great work tonight, Rob." Not to chide him, but more so bring attention to the snub. When Kendall Marshall didn't get off the bench in the final quarter Sunday, Young interrupted his talk with the media to shout out, "All right, Kendall. Maybe next fourth quarter."
I don't like that.
You might like it when Jim and Jeanie take notice and fire D'Antoni next season.
I think two things are in play here...
1. D'Antoni will be fired regardless. I truly believe this.
2. I think this plan is coming down from the FO. They want to see what they've got in these young guys so they're going to get minutes over players they feel they've already evaluated. At least for a while.