Doc Brown wrote:It was amazing how many WIDE open looks our starters got with Nash. How many times was Kobe, of all people, left wide open last night? Add in D12 and Nash could seriously get any person on the court an open shot.
He needs to be the only one who pounds the rock when he is on the court. Period.
That's what I've been saying - I'd just as well scrap the Princeton offense for the most part when Nash is in. I don't need to see the ball taken out of his hands for a motion offense. I don't need to see D12 making passes. I want us to take advantage of utilizing the best PG we've had since Magic freaking Johnson. Pick and roll them to death. Probe 'em to death. I guess they were still justifying the Princeton by saying Nash would like to not have to work as hard, but with teammates like Howard, Gasol and Kobe on the team it's literally like Nash playing on the All Star team. Can you imagine how much fun he's going to have? He's NEVER had a starting 5 to work with anywhere near this. It's so sweet.
Let the second team run the Princeton stuff and let Nash and the guys take care of themselves.