LakerBoyz24 wrote:Honey moon phase tbh. I'm not convinced yet, but I know for sure he's a better PG than Blake. While everyone acts like Sessions is the greatest thing that happened to LA, I'm not going to ride on the Sessions bandwagon just to see it crash down. Laker fans acting like he's an all star. He's a solid PG, we know that.
But people are basing him off 2 games, and in those 2 games he is shooting lights out 6-9 and 7-8 in the last 2 games. That's 77%, no one shoots like that constantly. I'm thinking he's coming down to Earth soon and I hope Lakers fans won't rip on him when he's not shooting as good/they're not winning because he's a career 40%-45% FG shooter. Everyone knows that when you win/having career nights, everything's all good but when things get bad I'm betting you everyone will be pointing fingers, and one of the first fingers is gonna be pointed at Sessions. Don't flame me to much, I want Sessions to succeed but I look at things objectively. I may seem like a Sessions hater but until Sessions proves that he's a all-star, I'm just reminding everyone to not jump off their horses and that he's been a career average-at-best backup PG.
Of course... Sessions is an above average point guard that savvy basketball fans would not confuse with any of the elite ones. What he is though is a considerable upgrade to the elder Fisher who had trouble adjusting to a traditional offense and the game but now passive Blake. Sports fandom is a reactionary recreation so what you commented rings true. Bryant though has been on record stating that he is pleased with Sessions playmaking abilities. There will be valleys but I can bet that there will be more peaks.