therealdeal wrote: charvin wrote:
Of course, it might just imply that he's saying that Gasol is a much better passer, but I digress, let's leave it at D12 is a black hole and the ball stops with him
It's certainly both. I'm just excited about seeing good ball movement again.
Agree about that one. Without Kobe, they have no choice but to get the ball moving and keep it moving. Along those lines, Nash and Pau are great facilitators and they will have a fair number of teammates who can hit midrange or longer. And as a bonus, some of those are young and hungry guys.
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