Playing 3 Rookies at once. Good or bad idea?
I Don't know if this is a second post or not as I tried posting this before but it never showed up so here goes again. If this is the second post, please remove one of them. Thank you.
Here goes: So a lot have been made about starting three rookies at the same time, however Golden State is proving that it is not always a bad idea. They currently have the second best road record after the Spurs. And it was one of their rookies, that stunned the Head last night with .07 seconds left. http://scores.espn.go.com/nba/recap?gameId=400278034. They are also the most improved team in the West for 2012-2013.
Is this because of Good coaching, a good GM, teamwork or all of the above? What are they doing that we are not other than winning games of course. There were much talk about following the mold of OKC, now are we to start following the role of GSW? I know it's still early in the season, but you cannot deny the fact that they are playing great basketball. Coin toss or not, we could have maybe selected Barnes, and he would be sitting on the bench because Casey & BC wouldn't play him along with JV.
And would he have thought Barnes would be enough to start and not picked up Fields?
Your thought please. Curious mind would like to know!