Type: Posts; User: OldSkoolCool
That all starts with JV. (well mostly)
He is a good rebound but has a bad habit of holding the ball too long after a rebound. He needs to get quicker with that outlet pass to the wing, especially...
I agree. However helping too much is bad, there is a fine balance.
All I can say about our D right now our second unit is awful. Our bench has taken a major step back to start the preseason.
All the time at the local gym playing pickup ball in the first game the black guys isolate me and try to break my ankles. Now, I come from a defense first school so it generally doesn't...
Don't care...he was still the catalyst for change that was desperately needed. I am willing to look the other way.
This was a serious detriment to Casey last season. It became especially evident in the playoffs when he didn't trust/couldn't use any of his bench players (namely Nando as we needed a...
There is no use in changing the starting lineups for random match-ups. This whole off season has been about continuity and progression...suggesting to change the starting lineup on a game to game...
On court chemistry problems, absolutely. The Cavs with Delle in the starting lineup vs Kyrie was massive more successful. Let me put it this way, Irving was a -220 on the season, Waiters was a -55,...
At least give me credit, i made this comparison months ago whilst having a long, drawn out battle with he-who-shall-not-be-named.
Seriously tho, it is a spot on comparison for DD.
An added note on Ross is I think his help rotations are exceptionally quick.
Right now he does struggle with containing stronger guards and can be lifted (however he can still recover cause he is...
However, there are instances in physical games where you are not making many perimeter shots and need some offensive rebounds. Hansborough is your guy.
*Don't rely on him if you are...
Also, as much flack as JV received last season (myself included) for being "fat"...seeing him this summer has made me realize that a big Jonas will be a much better option than skinny, quick Jonas. ...
but don't worry, people will still defend that BC was a good GM
"Great block by the Steamer!"
How are the Cavs second is the better question??
They should have a management rating of zero, and a draft rating of zero
Should throw a poll into this thread.
I vote JV.
Mobile big men who do not rely on athleticism to produce are cornerstone guys
I was not aware of this either at the time of the joke.
With the size of this thread and how imanshumpert has repeatedly done the same to me, it is neither petty nor inside.
I'll stand by...
That was me.
And that was not my point.
I made a joke how someone else thought Waiters was better than DD than myself (a jab at imanshumpert and a joke of how much of an argument was made...
Hasn't done anything?? Are you kidding me?
Over the last 35 games of this past season, Waiters boasted better per36 numbers than DD on better efficiency and more assists at the same usage...
The humour is lost on you isn't it?
Definitely not a top 5 SG at the moment. Absolutely starter worthy today. Waiters has a great skill set for the 2 guard position with his ability to be a...
Ahh...no wonder it has been quiet
Either way, I'm glad I'm not alone in that thought...got a lot a hate here for it
Wait a minute...someone else has Waiters better than DD other than me??
@imanshumpart can you please confirm this??
I'm a Bennett fan.
Dude actually has every tool needed to be a dominant PF
Can handle and run in transition, has FREAKISH length and is a good rebounder, is quick (for a PF) and can stretch the...
I do. But I didn't say that I would stop watching them if they started losing.
Hell, look at the Raps and Blazers last 5 seasons.
I don't think you understand what I am saying. We were all...