Let's play a game of name that person, here are the clues:
1. Mike Brown made a living out of milking his star player without any kind of set offense, so why all of sudden he was so eager to implement the Prince Offense AFTER we traded for the best pick 'n roll combo in the league? who's game is he protecting? clue no. 1
2. Mike Brown is a bad coach, but I don't think he will jeopardizing his job by keep playing MWP heavy minutes and allowing him freedom on the offensive end. Now who on the team claimed MWP is the only player he'll go to war with? clue no. 2
3. Remember when we first traded for Sessions last year and our offense got a jump start, and certain anonymous player claimed he plays too fast, hence reverted back to more minutes for Blake and totally ruined Session's confidence and psychic. Now who could that player be? Gasol? nah, he's too nice to say anything, Bynum? nah, he and Brown barely talk, MWP? nah, he's just a role player. clue no. 3
4. Remember certain player kept his silence for months after Lakers first hired Brown? and all of sudden embraced him with open arms? could there be some kind of deal been struck behind the scene between this player and Brown so they look out for each other down the road? clue no. 4
5. Now, what kind of player keeps taking baits from media by claiming this is his team every chance he gets? even though everyone including their grandmas know that without saying. clue no. 5
now, before i get flamed, please take a deep breath and think about all these, are they all coincidences? Why did the Princeton offense surfaced after we traded for Nash, who's ball dominance is like a breath of fresh air to this staled offense. Now, think about it.