Maluco Beleza wrote:yup he always plays hard and smart. love him
i love his energy too. all of the players should learn from him maybe even kobe
trodgers wrote:Well, actually, he doesn't know his strengths at all and he plays like a young, inexperienced player.
wcsoldier81 wrote:trodgers wrote:Well, actually, he doesn't know his strengths at all and he plays like a young, inexperienced player.
Sounds like an extreme comment , don't you think ?
There have been moments in some games where he dribbled too much in traffic and turned the ball over but he plays the right way most of the time .
Putting the ball on the floor is the right thing to do when the opposite D is closing out on you ... he just needs to improve his handles... his lack of athleticism makes him missed shots at the rim too
therealdeal wrote:Meeks as a young Ray Allen? Eh...
The comparison isn't ludicrous, just kind of silly. Meeks actually learned from Ray and Michael Redd and uses their shooting routine to train. Something like 500 threes a day or something like that.
basketboy wrote:cant wait for this thread to be bumped the next game he goes 1/7 from three
Forward Three wrote:He's a good complementary player who we would be singing endless praises for if the Lakers were above .500 and playing like a team that is capable of winning a Championship. He's the type of piece that great teams love to have, but without the rest of the team playing at a competent level, it's like having a bowl of gravy with no dinner.
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