Uncut Steve Nash Interview on KTLA

Re: Uncut Steve Nash Interview on KTLA

Postby LTLakerFan on Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:22 am

^^^ all the above. Clown nowhere near the passer as Pau (not many bigs are), black hole and stripped often with bricked free throws.
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Re: Uncut Steve Nash Interview on KTLA

Postby therealdeal on Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:29 am

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 :man1:

It's certainly both. I'm just excited about seeing good ball movement again.
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Re: Uncut Steve Nash Interview on KTLA

Postby jlkr on Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:50 pm

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 :man1:

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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Re: Uncut Steve Nash Interview on KTLA

Postby therealdeal on Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:00 pm

jlkr wrote:
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 :man1:

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.

I really think that if those two come out healthy we'll see some fun stuff on the offensive end. Defense is going to be really iffy, but offensively I think we can see a lot of fun.
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