Vasashi17 wrote:Glock wasn't a good fit fellas...and don't forget there are 2 sides of the ball. On defense (which should be the emphasis here...we got 4 All-stars on the team....we'll be fine in regards to scoring fellas) dude would've got killed. He's too short to guard a typical SG and too slow (not athletic enough) to guard the PG.
Offensively he could hold his own and no one is saying he can't...but in terms of commanding the offense as a PG, he couldn't do that and more importantly, defensively he's a huge liability. Either our bigs would be exposed to foul trouble or perimeter players would have good looks cause he's not tall enough to challenge the shot.
Texas Lakers Fan wrote:kray28 wrote:Well, it was nice knowin' ya Glock. You might actually be the best bench scorer on the team, but as Mike says, it's not like you're scoring 15 ppg.
LakerFan1235 wrote:Well he sure has hell has more value than a Clark or a Morris. Morris is garbage.
therealdeal wrote:LakerFan1235 wrote:Well he sure has hell has more value than a Clark or a Morris. Morris is garbage.
I agree here. Clark has some upside and his contract is friendly, but Morris is pure garbage... why would we extend him? I really don't understand that move.
Rooscooter wrote:While I don't see him as a legit NBA talent..... releasing him and keeping Morris is adding insult to injury.....
kray28 wrote:The Rock wrote:That sucks.
Yeah, it sucks that talented players who could have helped us get cut, while worthless trash we have guaranteed contracts with get to stay.
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