Pig Miller wrote:The Original 81 wrote:Pig Miller wrote:JoelMyersScrotalSack wrote:Pig Miller wrote:last play was completely broken down, not sure what peopled wanted pau to do. the play should have never to get the ball to pau in the corner.
it's not his fault, he got put in a position to put up a shot.
Pau is the scape goat like he always is. The win would have been nice but this early in the regular season it's basically meaningless. We played a ton better against one of the best teams in the league. We're improving and that's what matters right now.
pretty much, but you know the over-reactors on this board will blame everything on pau. apparently he's in the 10th percentile of players the way some people act on here.
Yep, guess I'm overreacting on his piss poor defense, inconsistent effort, and sub 40% shooting from the floor. This is a guy who shot 60% at one point...
his effort has been fine, i haven't seen him or any of the guys not caring out there.
he's also being pushed further out on the floor, starting last year with the emergence of bynum and now with dwight. there's not enough room and he's being asked to float outside, probably more than he should but that's where he's spending more time now.
and yes, i agree you're overreacting. glad you can acknowledge it, very big of you.
JoelMyersScrotalSack wrote:Artest is a bigger issue than Pau. This bum is taking 10 FGA at 38 FG% and nearly 6 threes a game at a mediocre 32.7% . Tonight he goes 4-14 He should be getting spot up 3s and maybe a couple from run outs or post ups.
BDG wrote:Artest needs to cut down on the shot attempts, but having a coach *should* get that in order.
Dwight needs more than 9 FGA's.
I'm pulling for the guy but Meeks was beyond HORRIBLE tonight.
Not too much to complain about considering we're coach-less right now.
KareemTheGreat33 wrote:What is this no head coach nonsense, Bernie did a terrific job in three games...breaks (or bricks) of the game killed us, I hope Bickerstaff is retained in any capacity...
noobiew wrote:Its sad that a 36 year old Duncan outplayed and still better than a 32 years old Pau Gasol.
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