21_Blessings wrote:I can read english. And so far, you have said Sasha has good vision (which he doesn't), good passing (still no) and then called him a 'true hybrid' guard, which would then imply he plays defense well or something. Then you go on to call people who disagree with those outlandish sentiments a douchebag. I understand exactly what you are saying.
But this is no surprise coming from a guy who believes Sasha has a top 5 shot and is seriously trying to argue that he would be second all-time in terms a freethrow shooting (which he wouldn't be based on the number of freethrows he has attempted.)
I love your inability to read. It has provided a few minutes of enjoyment. I've never said that Sasha "would be" anything. Since I've never said it, I certainly didn't stage an argument toward that thesis, so good luck in trying to establish that claim. It's simply a fact that he has shot FTs remarkably well, has been touted at all levels for his pure stroke. He hasn't been able to do it in a game...but it's not his mechanics. They're beautiful.
As for Sasha's defense, there are many PGs and many SGs who do not play good defense, but we don't stop calling them PGs or SGs. I know that you think Sasha plays no defense, but why should Sasha be held to a standard different from the other guards in the league? He has the length to play SG, the skill set to play PG offensively. His defensive numbers are good, he has looked pretty good defensively against some top PGs (e.g., Iverson, Bibby).