kenzo wrote:He played Kobe, Pau and Drew way too many minutes during the rs. His rotations suck, he looks lost out there... but he'll be back
Doc Brown wrote:You could have easily brought Pau up to the free throw line when they were fronting. Brings Ibaka up with him, a quick pass to Pau and a quick lob over Perkins and the defense doesn't have time to rotate to help. And if they do it will be a foul, because it will be a guard trying to stop Bynum from going up for a dunk.
I've said it multiple times....Mike Brown fails to micro-manage the game and cannot do the basics (rotation/personnel) or able to adjust to something as trivial as the fronting in the post.
Out of timeouts we can never get that easy score. Never. Last night out of timeout we get a Pau long jumper and half the time, I don't think there is a play drawn up other than inbound the ball.
lakers_09tv wrote:Magic Johnson calling out Mike Brown out on ABC.
kenzo wrote:lakers_09tv wrote:Magic Johnson calling out Mike Brown out on ABC.
As much as im tired of Brown, im even more tired of Magic.
Rooscooter wrote:Brown didn't adjust..... he didn't call a timeout to change our offensive decisions at the end of the game so going away from what got us the 13 point lead is on him..... he watched it... he didn't try to change it....
When Bynum was fronted he didn't adjust to that.... the front is fairly easy to beat... it's a desperation move...just as Andrew said it was. You rotate the ball and he's under the basket in position or he creates a mismatch by having to be doubled.... instead we used him as a decoy to set up isolation for Kobe....
This is a real issue with this team. I don't think he will be fired but I, now think he should be fired.....
Pau: "It's a different scenario now. I try to get more involved, but it seems my involvement is thru offensive rebounding and a couple Js."
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