^^ Great game by Jamison.
JGC wrote:I'm optimistic about the fact that we weren't handed the Clippers early schedule because it is very possible we'd be 2-11 or worse right now.
Finwë wrote:JGC wrote:I'm optimistic about the fact that we weren't handed the Clippers early schedule because it is very possible we'd be 2-11 or worse right now.
LOL there's no need to come and post fake optimistic posts here that just make everyone feel worse.. People are hanging on to very little, have some sympathy!!
Ariza3 wrote:Our bench played well tonight. I thought Jamison started being more aggressive with a scoring mentality. And Meeks is starting to get his shot. Not there yet, but you can see it. Duhon doing good things.
This team wont look good until Nash is back. So right now were just hanging on. Sucks that thats what our team is though right now. IDK what they were doing with Bernie vs now but we should go back to that. Bigs have to get more involved.
Ariza3 wrote:it would affect Pau's mental state but it would be what is best for the team. We would lose his passing ability which is pretty important with Dwight but id take his scoring in the post over that. If we start Hill, than on offense Dwight would be pretty bad. There were stats saying the Dwight/Hill frontcourt was terrible offensively. Opponents can easily double off Hill for Dwight. I think if they become serious about not starting Pau than they would have to start Jamison in his place and let Pau play with Hill as the center.
MWP/Ebanks (idk where he is but he should be playing esp in this new system)
that would be good. and a championship formula as when dwight rest pau would kill backup centers imo. also they could still play some minutes together where pau can still be affective but not the focal point like he would be for the bench unit. plus his passing ability would be very good for meeks and duhon for 3 as well as a cutting ebanks imo.
Aonex wrote:I dunno, maybe something like this?
Nash 32 mins / Blake or Duhon 16 mins
Bryant 32 mins / Meeks 16 mins
MWP 32 mins / Jamison 16 mins
Hill 24 mins / Gasol 16 mins / Jamison 8 mins
Howard 36 mins / Gasol 12 mins
Not sure how that'd work rotation wise, but there's plenty of minutes to go around if you take Ebanks out of the equation and continue to play Jamison at both SF and PF.
dwighthowardsdad wrote:The bench has done well on this roadtrip so far. Jamison and Meeks seem to be getting in a rhythm which is huge; Duhon is also playing fairly well. That's a good sign.
kobe_mamba wrote:i think a major change is required to the line-up and the rotation when Nash is back....
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