lakerfan2 wrote:i'm sorry, but blakes stat llne does not justify his play.
he makes a few good plays, but with him in, the offense doesn't run that well and his defense is suspect. on the ball he's fine, but he gets lost on pick and rolls and rotations so easily. offensively, he needs to stop going laterally and start trying to penetrate. for the picks he's getting, he's going sideways and gets doubled and forces things, the offense goes dead. if he can learn to turn the pick quick enough to create a mismatch, things would open up offensively.
khmrP wrote:I dont know bout that Blake getting to the rim stuff, he rarely does that and when he actually does do it he usually dribbles it right back out and usually just kills alot of clock.
lakerfan2 wrote:The team stands around because Blake is supposed to direct the team and call out the plays.
That's what a PG does right? I'm watching Blake go around a screen, and then go laterally. If he does get into the paint, he gets stuck.
I'll agree that he's played better than what we've seen before, but it's still not consistent.
SpencerHarrison wrote:Our offense runs better under Blake than Nash right now. What a wake up call...
therealdeal wrote:SpencerHarrison wrote:Our offense runs better under Blake than Nash right now. What a wake up call...
puffyusaf#2 wrote:therealdeal wrote:SpencerHarrison wrote:Our offense runs better under Blake than Nash right now. What a wake up call...
I swear I must be watching different games. Nash on the court the balls run through Kobe on the block. When Blake is in he runs the offense on penetration. Both players penetrate looking for the mismatch..... however, both are looking for the others to move without the ball especialy Nash. When our guys are moving, setting the right picks and cutting then Nash will deliver the ball. Unfortunately for Nash guys aren't doing that and he is putting the ball where they "should" be. I have been screaming that we need movement all season. It hasn't changed.
Doc Brown wrote:I bet he has more takes to the hole since he's came back from injury than he has in his whole Lakers tenure. And I'm being serious.
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