dwighthowardsdad wrote:Unfortunately, the Clips won. The Lakers keep digging their hold a little deeper each time they lose and the Clippers win. I'm still holding out hope we can win that Pacific Division and get Home Court in the First Round...
kenzo wrote:dwighthowardsdad wrote:Unfortunately, the Clips won. The Lakers keep digging their hold a little deeper each time they lose and the Clippers win. I'm still holding out hope we can win that Pacific Division and get Home Court in the First Round...
Now, that's just wishful thinkink... and i think you know it
Magic Skywalker wrote:20 points for Derek today. I don't like the Mavs, but I'm really happy for him, didn't think he still had those kind of games in him.
puffyusaf#2 wrote:So the Spurs lost and the Heat lost they must both suck
lakerswiz wrote:thkthebest wrote:Magic Skywalker wrote:20 points for Derek today. I don't like the Mavs, but I'm really happy for him, didn't think he still had those kind of games in him.
Mike Brown literally made all of our role players play worse.
Anyway, I like both this Timberwolves team. I like the way they play, and I didn't expect Rubio to play so well in his first game back. Love just needs to stop sucking, and they're just going to be another tough team in the West.
I'm curious to see how the Mavs play with Dirk too.
Mike Brown didn't make Derek Fisher any worse. I don't know how you can say that. That is just baffling to me.
You guys really think Brown had that much power? To simply just make a player bad?
This is Derek Fisher. Derek Fisher. 38 year old Derek Fisher. And even he gets the benefit of the doubt for Brown's coaching?
Anyways...here's how you've felt about him in the past 6 months. Funny how all the blame shifted from the players to the coaching.Regardless, Sessions on a bad night is better than Fisher and Blake combined.Some of us are already forgetting how terrible Fisher was.I want him to head to Miami and get a lot of playing time so he can destroy any chance they have of winning.I don't see us as contenders yet, but I'm also really excited to see what this team can do without Fisher holding us back.even though the idea of benching Fisher permanently is extremely enticing.Benching Fisher would definitely improve our teamStat tells me that the smarter teams leave Fisher open.Something must happen to bump Fisher out of the lineup.
So what happened? What changed so much that Fisher is now not responsible for his play, but Mike Brown is? If Mike Brown was the one holding Fisher back (by playing him 30 minutes a game) why would you call for his benching? How would that help Fisher break free of the chains that Mike Brown is seemingly in control of? Where is that line? At what point do we say (besides every other day for the past 6 months prior to Brown's firing), "Hey, Fisher you blow", instead of saying silly repeated rhetoric such as my personal favorite 'he wasn't using him correctly.'
Made Derek Fisher worse.
I just can't take y'all seriously.
lakerswiz wrote:thkthebest wrote:Uh...have you missed the past few months of basketball? I still don't think Fisher is good, but with Mike Brown at the helm, a lot of our role players sucked. What happened after he left? Every single one of them got better. Some hit career highs. Others are shooting much better. When nearly everyone is shooting better or playing better with a new coach, then it's time to start thinking, "Oh shoot. Maybe it was Mike Brown."
Which one of them got better?