Vasashi17 wrote: Rooscooter wrote:
Vasashi17 wrote:I love how they felt they had Dwight to go to late in the game even after Ariza is going crazy from outside and Wall is balling.
Yet we ignore our real version who has only missed once in the entire freaking game and instead rely on the guy that rushed back from a pretty bad looking injury.
All but 1 of Howard's makes were off of motion and chaos created in the middle by Kobe and Nash..... in the second half WA took that away by rotating the PF under the rim before Kobe got below the free throw line. They adjusted their defense to take that away.
It wasn't as if Dwight was dominating one on one in the post all night on traditional post touches.....
Roos...you do realize this is the Washington Gene...Wizards, right? This isn't some defensive juggernaut of a team.
Kobe with a bad ankle and Nash are both on the perimeter and there is zero excuse not to create for your big guy in the middle...none!
I realize it.... just reporting what I saw.... they clogged the paint and started making shots. Both of those things limited limited our opportunities to get him the ball.
If the Generals had been making their shots from the start we'd have been in a tight game most of the night. We didn't lose this one on the offensive end. They carved us up just about at will. In the first quarter they shot 25%.... the rest of the game they didn't. The shots were pretty much the same....
"If the past sits in judgment on the present, the future will be lost." Winston Churchill
“The prospect of domination of the nation's scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is ever present - and is gravely to be regarded." Dwight Eisenhower
"Socialism in general has a record of failure so blatant that only an intellectual could ignore or evade it" Thomas Sowell