Juronimo wrote:If you look at last year's squad, outside of Kobe, Pau, Bynum and Artest, our squad was pretty bad. I don't know how you can argue otherwise, and on top of that, Ron was terrible the first 3 months out of the year. I think last year's team did as well as can be expected considering the circumstances. Phil had more talent the previous season and he didn't have any more success than Brown did and Phil's the greatest NBA coach of all time.
Its like Dr. Buss is guarding the Celtic rim this second half. Nothings dropping
Snakell Beast wrote:I gotta say, Nash is looking done. He's turning the ball over, getting beat to the basket on defense and missing most of his shots. I'm not impressed right now. NO ONE can shoot the ball. We are LUCKY to be down by only 4...EVEN to a young, undertalented non-playoff team like the Kings...Frustrating and ominous.
Dwight isn't a cure-all. He won't make Nash or Pau more athletic, Kobe more efficient, or our bench any less putrid at this point... Pau is looking good...if he was a volume shooting SG...he's shooting like 40% from the field. Metta is back to chucking it and making it 1/4 of the time , and I am going to say right now that Jamison looks like a bust as a free agent pick up.
3.5 Pre-Season games left, and I am really starting to worry BIG TIME. Our offense has no flow, and Nash looks to be a poor fit for it. We can't get ANY transition game going, we can't hit any perimeter shots, we can't get ANY shots in the paint against a set defense...I am seriously concerned...
The Original 81 wrote:I haven't watched a second of this game so I guess I can't say you're wrong, but I find this diatribe to be just a little bit of an exaggeration....
Or is it?
Punk-101 wrote:I want to see a good 20min of DJO, hopefully some with Kobe at the 3 or with Nash so he will have someone to do something other than sWinging the ball around the perimeter for 22secs of the shot clock.
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